Dr. Milind R Sawant
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SpecialityComputer assisted knee replacement / Minimally Invasive knee replacement / Knee replacement in severely deformed knees / Osteotomies around the knee / Arthroscopic (Key-hole) knee surgery / Ligament reconstruction in the knee / Complex knee fractures / Meniscus injuries / Cartilage pathology in the knee / Sports injuries of the knee / Patella dislocation & other pathologies
Thane – Specialty Hospital (Kapurbawdi)
Dr. Milind Sawant - Orthopaedics Surgeon
Consultant - Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement Surgeon
MBBS, FRCS Trauma & Orth, MS Orth, FRCS, D Orth, DNB Orth, FCPS Orth
Years Of Experience
About Dr. Milind R Sawant
Dr Sawant did his graduation in Medicine and post-graduation in Orthopaedic surgery from the prestigious Grant Medical College and J.J. Hospital, Mumbai. He then trained and practised in England for over eight years. He trained on the “St Georges Hospital (London) & South Thames Orthopaedic rotation” and on the “Cambridge & East Anglia Orthopaedic rotation” of the British Orthopaedic training programme and was awarded the FRCS Trauma & Orth in 1998. He returned to India in 2001 and has since been practising here.
He has acquired specialised experience in Knee surgery from various centres in England, Australia, USA, Japan and Europe.
Dr Sawant is a faculty on courses that teach Orthopaedic surgeons - Knee Replacement surgery, Arthroscopic Knee surgery and management of Fractures of the knee.
Dr Sawant has described and pioneered specialised techniques in knee surgery:
1) Technique for achieving accurate alignment in knee replacement surgery (published in ‘The Knee’ journal).
2) Technique for assessing ligament tears in the knee (published in 'The Knee’ journal).
3) Technique to stabilise dislocated knees (published in the journal ‘Injury’)
4) Technique for delayed primary closure of fasciotomy (published in the journal ‘Injury’)
5) Technique for treating arthritic knees with associated stress fractures using a stemmed total knee replacement (published in ‘The Journal of
Bone & Joint Surgery’)
6) Technique of Allograft Reconstruction of extensor mechanism of the knee in knee replacement surgery ( published in ‘The Journal of Arthroplasty’)
7) High tibial osteotomy in PCL deficient knee ( published in ‘The journal of Bone & Joint Surgery’)
Awards and recognitions1. Arthroscopic drilling of femoral condylar articular defects – results at five years | President’s Millennium Prize Papers Meeting, London
2. HTO in PCL deficient knees | British Orthopaedic Association meeting, Glasgow
3. High Tibial Osteotomy in Postero-lateral instability of the knee | Japanese Orthopaedic Congress, Yokohama
4. Postero-lateral Knee Instability | Wellington Knee Meeting, London
5. Direct current stimulation in spinal fusion - does it work? | British Orthopaedic Association Annual Congress, Cardiff
6. Is there a role for Arthroscopic Drilling of femoral condylar articular defects? | Asia-Pacific Knee Society Meeting, Tokyo