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John Mukhopadhaya

Dr. John Mukhopadhaya

Director - Orthopaedics

MBBS, FRCS, MCH - Orthopaedic

Paras HMRI Patna
About John Mukhopadhaya

Dr. John Mukhopadhaya is a distinguished Orthopaedic Surgeon at Paras HMRI, Patna, with an extensive experience of 34 years. Recognized as a leading figure in the eastern region of India, Dr. Mukhopadhaya is the son of the late Professor B. Mukhopadhaya, a pioneer in Orthopaedic surgery in India. He has held pivotal roles, including Chairman of the Orthopaedics Research and Education Foundation, India, and the Indian Orthopaedic Association Trauma Committee. His contributions extend globally through his participation in various national and international courses and meetings.

Medical Qualifications: 

  • MBBS 

  • FRCS

  • MCh - Orthopaedic 

Specialization and Expertise: 

  • ORIF Upper Limb (Right)

  • Complex Fracture Fixation

  • K-Wire Fixation

  • Total Hip Replacement (U/L)

  • Bone Grafting in ORIF

  • Patella Stabilization for Recurrent Dislocation

  • PFN (Proximal Femoral Nailing) for Lower Limb Fractures

  • Percutaneous K-Wire Fixation

  • Implant Removal from Right Hip

  • Minor Wound Debridement

  • Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty

  • Revision Fixation with Bone Grafting for Tibia

  • Bone and Soft Tissue Surgery

  • Osteomyelitis Surgical Decompression (Major)

  • Digital Amputation with Skeletal Traction

  • Foot Bone and Soft Tissue Surgery

  • Tenotomy and COP [Right]

  • Major Arm Bone Grafting in ORIF

  • Complex Lower Limb Fracture Surgery and DJR

  • Closed Nailing of Tibia Long Bone

  • Major Orthopaedic Amputations

  • Split Osteotomy and Internal Fixation

 

Awards & Recognitions: 

  • Dr. P.K. Duraiswamy Oration Award (IOA)

  • Dr. Talwalkar Oration Award (IOA)

  • Oration at Jharkhand Orthopaedics Association (JOA)

  • Oration at Karnataka Orthopaedics Association (KOA)

  • Silvoscon Oration at Vidharbha Orthopaedics Society (VOS)

  • Presidential Guest Speaker, European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery, Brussels, Belgium (2005)

  • The CME Dronacharya Award (2021)
     

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