Dr. Deepak G Shivarathre
MBBS, MRCS, FRCS (Orth) (UK), CCT(UK)
Specialties: Orthopaedic, Joint Replacement, Tumour Orthopaedics
Address: Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, 4/1, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru 560022
080 4910 8000
080 61 222 000
Specialist in Primary and Revision Joint replacement surgery, Musculoskeletal tumours and Arthroscopy
Lead Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Sparsh Superspecialty Hospital, Yeshwantpur
Dr Deepak Shivarathre qualified from KIMS, Bangalore. He soon left to the United Kingdom in 2003 to pursue higher postgraduate training in Trauma & Orthopaedic surgery.
He completed his basic surgical training in Manchester and was awarded MRCS (Membership of Royal College of Surgeons). He underwent higher surgical training as a specialist registrar on the Liverpool rotation and obtained the Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, FRCS (Orth). He was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCT). Having worked in some of the premier institutes such as Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham and Alder Hey Children's Hospital, he has a comprehensive experience in all aspects of Orthopaedic surgery.
He pursued a super-specialist fellowship training in musculoskeletal oncology at the prestigious Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. He underwent further expert training in dealing with revision joint replacements at the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals.
He was appointed as a Consultant in Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals, United Kingdom and was instrumental in establishing a Regional referral centre for metastatic bone disease at Liverpool.
He has several publications and international presentations. He has won awards at international conferences including the prestigious Jacques-Duparc award. He is on the editorial board for World Journal of Orthopaedics.
Throughout his career, Dr Deepak has concentrated on improving the patient's experience in the hospital. A patient centred approach and evidence based care continues to remain his prime focus.