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Dr. Ashwin Deshmukh

Best orthopedic surgeon in Dhanori


Dr. Ashwin Deshmukh is theBest orthopedic surgeon in Dhanori ,Pune having treated and successfully send sports patients/atheletes back to pre injury status in competitive sports. After completing his MBBS & M.S. Orthopaedics from Pune he did his Fellowship from Lokmanaya hospital Pune followed by International fellowship in Arthroscopic Surgeries from Prestigious University of Hong Kong.
He’s a Professor (Associate) in Orthopaedics department in a Medical College and has trained many post graduate students in Orthopaedics and Fellows in Arthroscopic Surgeries. Having operated over 1000 surgeries till date he also has publications done in National and International reputed Journals and also presented papers and posters in Various state and National conferences.

  • Currently working as Associate Professor in Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College, Pimpri, Pune since 1st October 2018 till date.

  • Assistant professor from July 2013 till Sept 2018.

  • Three year experience as orthopaedic trainee as a resident doctor in Pad. Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College & Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune.

  • Inland Fellowship in Arthroscopy from Lokmanya Hospital Pune under Umesh Jadhav (Shoulder & Sports Injuries Specialist) in March-August 2014

  • International Fellowship in Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine at Queen Mary Hospital, University Of Hong Kong under Yau Wai Pan (Chief, Division of Sports and Arthroscopic Surgery) July-December 2017.
  • General and complex trauma.

  • Cold orthopaedics (deformity correction, malunion and non union treatment)

  • Arthroplasty and Arthroscopy.
  • Participated in the Basic Course Workshop in Medical Education Technologies conducted by Department of Medical Education Technology, M.U.H.S. RL Pune, Regional centre in Medical Education Technologies, at Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Pune, from 3rd to 5th October 2013.

  • Conducted Continuing Medical Education Programme on “INFECTIONS IN ORTHOPAEDICS 2012” along with Dr (col) S. K. Biswas (HOD Dept Of Orthopaedics Dr.D. Y. Patil Medical College) organized by DPU under the aegesis of Indian Orthopaedic Association.

  • Participated as delegate in 17th Post Graduate Training Course held on 28th-30th September 2012 at POST GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF SWASTHIYOG PRATISHTHAN, MIRAJ, Dist – SANGLI.

  • Presented a poster on Shoulder Tuberculosis – A Rare Case Report during MOACON NOV 2012

  • Conducted Continuing Medical Education Programme on “RECENT TRENDS IN EXTERNAL FIXATORS 2011” along with Dr.(col) S. K. Biswas (HOD Dept Of Orthopaedics Dr.D. Y. Patil Medical College) organized by DPU under the aegesis of Indian Orthopaedic Association in July 2011.

  • Nominated as College General Secretary at Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College in the year 2006-07.

  • Have attained Cadaveric Knee & Shoulder, Hands on training course at SMS (Scopy Made Simple), SAIMS Indore August 2016.
  • CT Scan Assessment of Femoral Tunnel Location in ACL Reconstruction Performed During Initial Phase of the Learning Curve. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2021.

  • Management of tibial plateu fractures in a tertiary care hospital. MedPulse International Journal of Orthopedics. July 2018; 7(1): 01-05. (CORRESPONDING AUTHOR).

  • Conservative vs. surgical intervention in diaphyseal forearm fractures in age group 1 to 15 years: A prospective study. International Journal of Orthopaedics Sciences 2018; 4(3): 251-254. (CORRESPONDING AUTHOR)

  • Case report on Shoulder Tuberculosis – A Rare presentation. Accepted In Journal of Orthopaedic Case Reports ( AUTHOR)

  • Sciatica due to Osteochondroma of Proximal Femur: A Case report. WebmedCentral ORTHOPAEDICS 2013;4(8):WMC004379 doi: 10.9754/journal.wmc.2013.004379 (SECOND AUTHOR)

  • Comparative evaluation in the measurement of the radial height, radial inclination and ulnar variance in fracture distal end radius treated conservatively by POP cast and by radio-ulnar K-wire and cast technique. A prospective study of 30 cases. (SECOND AUTHOR) (

  • Study of efficacy of radiological findings of multiple ligament injuries, International J. of Healthcare and Biomedical Research, Volume: 04, Issue: 02, January 2016, 89-92( (SECOND AUTHOR)

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