Orthopaedic Surgeon, Spine surgery in BANGALORE, Karnataka (KA)

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Dr. SHASHIDHAR B K

Orthopaedic Surgeon, Spine surgery
(MS, FISS, DNB, MNAMS)

Locations

  • BANGALORE SPINE SPECIALIST CLINIC
    #222,4th Cross, Near Jal Vayu Vihar, CMR Road, HRBR Layout 3rd Block, Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043
    BANGALORE, Karnataka, 566043 - India
    Phone: +919448311068
  • Room no F14, First floor, OPD, Chinmaya Mission Hospital, CMH Rd, Indira, Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560038
    BANGALORE, Karnataka, 560038 - India
    Phone: +919448311068

About Our Practice

I am a Consultant Spine Surgeon working at, Bangalore, India. With spine surgery practice over last 10 years.

I completed my basic Orthopedic training (MS Ortho) at the prestigious Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh after my undergraduate from Bangalore medical college, Bangalore. Following this, completed the degree of Diplomate of the National Board (Orthopaedics) and was awarded the membership of national academy of medical sciences (MNAMS).I undertook Spine Surgery fellowship training at Bombay Hospital, Mumbai and received the ASSI traveling fellowship award at Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore during this period. I then spent next four years in training at Singapore, Seoul (South Korea), Nottingham (UK), New York (USA), Germany and Japan where I underwent advanced training in all facets of Spine Surgery. In 2016, I was awarded to be one of the few spine surgeons from India to be awarded the prestigious SRS Traveling Fellowship to visit the center for minimally invasive spine surgery at Los Angeles in the USA. I am routinely doing micro endoscopic and endoscopic spine surgeries for the enitre spectrum of spine surgery and published on the same topics and contributed chapters to books on Spine Surgery.

I believe in a Comprehensive Management Program that includes a thorough evaluation, a broad-based non- operative care program, and when indicated pain management injections and Surgery.

For appointments please contact: +919448311068 and +91-80-25442552

Achievements and Awards

1.AO Spine Scoliosis Week – National Delegate 2018

2.Scoliosis Research Society Robert Winter fellowship, USA 2016

3. Euro spine travel grant 2015

4. Scoliosis Research Society Global Outreach educational scholarship, USA 2015

5. Best paper award at Bangalore Orthopedic Society monthly meet May 2015 at Bangalore for-Extended posterior circumferential decompression for dorsal spine tuberculosis – Technical

6. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution for Failed Back Spine Surgery. ASSICON 2015, Pune- Selected for VTI Gold medal paper.

7. A.S.S.I. Spine travelling fellowship for 2015

8. Sicot meets Sicot fellowship 2014, Germany

9. Awarded second prize for the paper minimal invasive tlif vs. Open TLIF: is less more? At the Karnataka orthopaedic association conference [KOACON 2014], held at Bangalore

10. Indo American Spine Alliance[IASA] visiting fellowship 2014 May, New York, USA

11. Tohoku university visiting fellowship 2014 march, Sendai, Japan

12. Department of biotechnology [DBT] scholarship to attend Sicot 2011 xxv triennial world congress, 6 to 9 September 2011, Prague.

12. Awarded degree of IAPC certification course by the Indian Association of Palliative care (roll number-01 108 10 02) November 2010 batch.

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS - FACULTY

Non-Peer Reviewed/ Invited Visits
1. Faculty during the Morning pre-breakfast session on ‘Complications in spine surgery’. ASSICON, January 2015.

2. Faculty talk on ‘Evaluation of deformity in elderly’ at the Ageing Spine CME at Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, February 2015.Bangalore, India

3. Faculty Case presentation, Instructional course in spine. decision making in spine surgery, 14th to 16th August 2015, Visakhapatnam (Vizag), India

Peer-Reviewed Poster or Podium Presentations
1. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution for Failed Back Spine Surgery. May 2016, Spine week Singapore.

2. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution for Failed Back Spine Surgery. ASSICON 2015, Pune- Selected for VTI Gold medal paper.

3. Free paper award session: Minimal invasive tlif vs. Open tlif: is less more? Karnataka Orthopaedic Association Conference [KOACON 2014], Bangalore.

4. VI World congress of neuro-endoscopy December 8 – 11, 2013, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai – India. Presentation: Micro-Endoscopic Decompression for Lumbar Canal Stenosis- – Video Presentation

5. Safety profile, feasibility and early clinical outcome of co-transplantation of olfactory mucosa and bone marrow stem cells in spinal cord injury- 2 year results. ASCON fellowship session paper. ISSICON 2013, Conference of Indian spinal cord injury society, Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore.

6. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution for Failed Back Spine Surgery. ISSICON 2013, Conference of Indian spinal cord injury society, Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore,

7. Targeted discectomy- with minimal anatomical disruption: a path to avoid failed back, ISSICON 2013, Conference of Indian spinal cord injury society, Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore,

8. Targeted discectomy- with minimal anatomical disruption: a path to avoid failed back, 6th Annual Conference of the World Society for Endoscopic, Navigated and Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery. The WENMISS conference, November 8 to 10, 2013, New Delhi, India.

9. Unconventional positioning in micro endoscopic decompression for lumbar canal stenosis and its impact on patient satisfaction. SICOT 2013, 17 to 19 October 2013. , Hyderabad India

10. Lordotic Patient Positioning in Micro Endoscopic Decompression for Lumbar Canal Stenosis in 138 patients. Bombay hospital research meeting 2013

11. Safety profile, feasibility and early clinical outcome of co transplantation of olfactory mucosa and bone marrow stem cells in spinal cord injury- a novel implantation. SICOT 2012 world congress, 28 – 30 November 2012, Dubai.

12. Safety profile, feasibility and early clinical outcome of cotransplantation of olfactory mucosa and bone marrow stem cells in spinal cord injury. Association of Spine Surgeons of India Conference -ASSICON 2012, annual spine meeting, 23 rd to 26 th February 2012, New Delhi

13. Non-vascularised fibular grafting in post osteomyelitic gap nonunion in children less than 10 years – our surgical experience. IOACON 2012 –SICOT Session, New Delhi.

Poster presentations
1. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution For Failed Back Spine Surgery, September 2 – 4, 2015, Euro Spine 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2. The ‘nightmare’ of wrong site spine surgery: is minimally invasive spine technique more forgiving? 6th Annual Conference of the World Society for Endoscopic, Navigated and Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery. The WENMISS conference, November 8 to 10, New Delhi, India

3. MI-TLIF – A Tailor Made Solution For Failed Back Spine Surgery. Instructional Course in Spine [ICS], Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 16th to 18th August 2013.

4. Traumatic odontoid fracture with sever atlanto axial subluxation in a 4-year-old child; a case report. Association of Spine Surgeons of India Conference-ASSICON 2013.

5. Bilateral psoas abscess: atypical presentation of spinal tuberculosis in children. Association of Spine Surgeons of India Conference-ASSICON 2013.

6. Traumatic L5 over S1 spondyloptosis without neurological involvement managed non-operatively- a case report. Association of Spine Surgeons of India Conference -ASSICON 2012, annual spine meeting, 23 rd to 26 th February 2012, New Delhi

7. E-poster: Unilateral bicondylar Hoffa’s fracture with patella and tibia fracture and contralateral sacro iliac joint disruption –a rare case report. SICOT 2011 xxv triennial world congress, 6 to 9 September 2011, Prague congress

8. Tuberculosis presenting as osteolytic lesion of medial end of clavicle. 17 th Annual Conference of Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of India, 11 th to 13 th February 2011

PUBLICATIONS

1.Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion: An Attractive Option for Select Failed Backs. Shashidhar B K et al .Asian Spine J. 2018 Feb;12(1):52-58. Epub 2018 Feb 7.

2.Metastatic spine tumor surgery: does perioperative blood transfusion influence postoperative complications. Shashidhar B K et al . Transfusion. 2017 Sep 16. doi: 10.1111/trf.14311. [Epub ahead of print]

3. Using spinopelvic parameters to estimate residual lumbar lordosis assuming previous lumbosacral fusion-a study of normative values. Shashidhar B K et al . Spine J. 2017 Aug 16. pii: S1529-9430(17)30906-3.

4. Metastatic efficiency of tumour cells can be impaired by intraoperative cell salvage process: truth or conjecture? Shashidhar B K et al . Transfus Med. 2017 Aug 23. doi: 10.1111/tme.12453. [Epub ahead of print]

5. Autologous Salvaged Blood a Viable Option for Patient Blood Management in Oncologic Surgery? –Shashidhar B K et al . Transfus Med Rev. 2017 Jan; 31(1):56-61. [DOI: 10.1016/j.tmrv.2016.06.003]

6. ¬Perioperative Blood Transfusion: Does It Influence Survival and Cancer Progression in Metastatic Spinal Tumor Surgery? Shashidhar B K et al.Transfusion 2016. Nov 22. [DOI: 10.1111/trf.13912]: PMID: 27878812. Epub ahead of print

7. Cervical Footprint Anthropometry in Indian Population: Implications on Design of Artificial Disc Replacement Devices. Shashidhar B K et al . Asian Spine J. 2016 Feb; 10(1):20-26.

8. Letter to the Editor: Computed Tomography-Guided Biopsy for Potts Disease: An Institutional Experience from an Endemic Developing Country. Shashidhar B K et al Asian Spine J. 2016 Feb; 10(1):196-196.

9. Safety profile, feasibility and early clinical outcome of co transplantation off olfactory mucosa and bone marrow stem cells in spinal cord injury. Shashidhar B K et al . Asian Spine J. 2014 Aug; 8(4):484-490. Published online Aug 19, 2014. [Corresponding author]

10. Comparison of the Oswestry Disability Index and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings in Lumbar Canal Stenosis: An Observational Study. Shashidhar B K et al . Asian Spine J. 2014 February; 8(1): 44–50. Published online 2014 February 6

11. Corresponding author: Traumatic L5 over S1 spondyloptosis without neurological involvement managed nonoperatively: a case report. Shashidhar B K et al. Chin J Traumatol. 2013 Jun ; 16(3):178-81. [Corresponding author]

12. Cortical Blindness Following Spinal Surgery: Very Rare Cause of Perioperative Vision Loss.Shashidhar B K et al . Asian Spine J. 2012 December; 6(4): 287–290. Published online 2012, December 14.

13. Corresponding author: T-condylar fracture delayed for 10 days in a 5-year-old boy: a case report and review of the literature. Shashidhar B K et al . Chin J Traumatol. 2013 Feb 1; 16(1):58-60. [Corresponding author]

14. Bilateral four-part anterior fracture dislocation of the shoulder – a case report and review of literature. Shashidhar B K et al . Bull NYU Hosp Jt Dis. 2012; 70(4):268-72.

15. Axillary artery thrombosis with anteroinferior shoulder dislocation: a rare case report and review of literature. Shashidhar B K et al .Chin J Traumatol. 2012 Aug 1; 15(4):244-8.

16.Bilateral pathological dislocation of the hip secondary to tuberculosis arthritis following disseminated tuberculosis: a case report and review of the literature. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B: November 2012 – Volume 21 – Issue 6 – p 567–573. Shashidhar B K et al

17.Comments on Chen et al.: Conservative versus surgical management of Pipkin type I fractures associated with posterior dislocation of the hip: a randomised controlled trial. Shashidhar B K et al Int Orthop. 2011 Sep 18. [Epub ahead of print]

18.Fixation of pathological humeral fractures by the cemented plate technique R. Weiss, R. Bhumbra, D. J. Biau, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2011; 93-B: 1093-1097Letter to editor-Shashidhar B K et al (2 September 2011)

19. Retained, asymptomatic bullet in D11-D12 intervertebral disc space: A Case Report.ShashidharB K et al : The Internet Journal of Surgery. 2009 Volume 5 Number2.Shashidhar B K et al

19.Excision and Endoprosthesis Implantation for Proximal Femur Giant Cell Tumor. Shashidhar B K et al . Webmed Central ORTHOPAEDICS 2010;1(11): WMC001236.Shashidhar B K et al

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Specialties
  • Orthopaedic Surgeon
Certifications
  • Fellowship Trained
Area of Focus
  • Degenerative Spine
  • Spinal Deformity
  • Trauma
  • Tumor / Infection
  • Other
Hospital Affiliations
  • Columbia Asia Hospitals
  • Chinmaya Mission Hospitals
  • Navachethana Hospitals
University Affiliations
  • RGUHS
 

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BANGALORE SPINE SPECIALIST CLINIC
#222,4th Cross, Near Jal Vayu Vihar, CMR Road, HRBR Layout 3rd Block, Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043
BANGALORE, Karnataka, 566043 - India
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