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Dr.Anil Bhatia

Hand and Plastic Surgeon


  • Deoyani Multispeciality Hospital Plot No 121, Lane No 4, Dahanukar Colony, Kothrud, Pune
  • info@deoyanihospital.com

Dr. Anil Bhatia, Hand and Plastic Surgeon.

Dr. Anil Bhatia is one of the few Brachial Plexus Surgeons in India who has operated on more than 1000 different cases from all parts of India with very good results. Dr. Bhatia is the President of Brachial Plexus Surgery Group of India . He is the only representative from India in the International NARAKAS Club of Brachial Plexus Surgeons.

MBBS MS(Ortho), VISITING FELLOW in the Hand unit , MILANO, ITALY , Plastic and Hand Surgery Unit, LEGNANO, ITALY, Hand Surgery Unit, University of MODENA, ITALY , Plastic and Hand Surgery Unit, LEGNANO, ITALY.

Philosophy

I would like to utilize the knowledge and experience gained (abroad and in India) in the management of brachial plexus injuries for restoration of function in these young patients with paralysed upper limbs. My aim is to spread information about this condition and about the modalities of reconstruction that are currently available and that I practice regularly. Although normalcy cannot be restored in cases with total paralyses, some active motion can certainly be regained by timely surgery.

Education

Dr. Anil Bhatia did his basic medical qualification from LTM Medical College, Sion, Mumbai (MBBS from Bombay University in October 1985). He completed his post-graduate qualification in Orthopaedics from LTM General Hospital, Sion, Mumbai (MS from Bombay University in January 1990). Residency training included 9 months in plastic surgery under Dr. R. L. Thatte at LTM General Hospital, Sion.

Dr.Bhatia participated in evaluation before surgery, surgery and evaluation at varying periods after the operation. This provided a detailed insight to clinical patterns of brachial plexus injuries, indications for surgery, surgical techniques, delay in appearance of results and quality of function restored in different situations. In addition, they also noted the need for secondary operations to improve the utility of the restored function.

Landmark Cases

April 1995:

First case of brachial plexus injury ( C5T1 avulsions) operated.
August 1995:

First case of C567 palsy operated with successful restoration of biceps at eight months from the operation (nerve grafting from available C5 stump).
September 1999:

Triple nerve transfers for a case of C567 avulsions with restoration of almost full function.
July 2000:

Triple nerve transfers for C5T1 avulsions with restoration of hand function from contralateral C7 transfer.