Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement
All kinds of Foot and ankle deformity, trauma, sports injuries & performing Arthroscopy, minimally invasive techniques.
Dr Soura Sekhar Saha, consultant in the Division of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is having profound experience in the field. Apart from an incredibly successful academic career, he is extremely well behaved with his patients who are till date very satisfied with his approach & treatment. He obtained his medical degree from Nil Ratan Sircar medical college & completed MS Orthopaedic surgery from renowned RG Kar medical college as institute topper. Later, passed the prestigious MRCS from the the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (UK). He has gathered immense knowledge & experience from NUH, Singapore during his one year fellowship in Foot & Ankle and Hip & knee Division.
Dr Saha’s primary interest is in the Lower Limb surgery. Perhaps the most vital body part to maintain an active lifestyle is our feet. He enjoys all aspects of Foot and Ankle surgery with special interest in sports injuries of the foot and ankle, foot and ankle deformity correction, Charcot foot reconstruction, lower limb trauma and degenerative conditions. He is well trained in ankle arthroscopy, tendinoscopy, cartilage injury management and tendon disorders. Dr Saha particularly enjoys arthroscopic keyhole procedures as he believes in minimally invasive techniques to improve outcomes.
In addition, he strongly believes in evidence based orthopaedics and is active in research having published many peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts including surgical techniques in the field of Foot & Ankle and Orthopaedic Trauma. Dr Saha Significant contributor (as acknowledged by the author in the Preface) in the book titled Handbook for Orthopaedics examination. (Theory & Practical) by Dr. Kaushik Banerjee, currently in its 6th edition.
He provides comprehensive Foot and Ankle care and strive to ensure that our patients have pain-free mobile feet to maintain an active lifestyle.