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Dr Arpit Agrawal started his medical career in 2004. He pursued his Diploma in Orthopaedics from Sancheti institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Pune. He completed his DNB from Bhilai and during his training days he developed his special interest in Paediatric Orthopaedics and Deformity correction when he observed that majority of neglected cases of children being referred from one centre to another centre are because of lack of knowledge and inappropriate outcomes . He is personally very close to children and loves to spent his majority of time with children. Paediatric Orthopaedics is his passion and he enjoyed his work a lot. To enhance his skill in this field, he joined Wadia Children’s hospital, Mumbai where he was awarded POSI ( Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of India) clinical fellowship. He was also awarded a Certificate of Excellence by the University of British Colombia for his contribution to the International Hip dysplasia Registry. He was also awarded the BIOS-UK fellowship and completed his observership from multiple centres in London. His passion towards his subject gives him energy to treat children.
It is a super specialty branch in orthopaedics to evaluate & treat the musculoskeletal (bone, joints & muscles) problems in a child who is still growing. It includes newborns to teenagers.
A child is not a young adult. Musculoskeletal problems in children are different from those in adults. Since children are growing, their response to infections, trauma, and deformities are different from adults & need to be managed by specialized pediatric orthopedic surgeon.

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that affect movement and muscle tone or posture. It's caused by damage that occurs to the immature brain as it develops, most often before birth. Signs and symptoms appear during infancy or preschool years. That’s called “Cerebral Palsy”

Cerebral Palsy

Clubfoot

Clubfoot (CTEV : congenital talipus equino varus) is the most common congenital deformity. As the name suggests, the foot is turned-in from leg & acquires a shape of the club of the golf stick. Exact reason why it happens, is unknown. Though some scientist have found specific genetic changes associated with this deformity.

Clubfoot

Hip Dislocation

Hip joint is a ball & socket type joint. Sometimes the hip joints of an infant do not develop properly during early stages of foetal development. It results in to the unstable hip since birth. A careful examination can detect it early and can be treated early with good results. If left untreated can results in serious joint problem with gait abnormality.

Hip Dislocation

Scoliosis Treatment

Scoliosis is a three dimensional deformity of spine in which spine get deform and bend on either side of body. Early diagnosis of scoliosis can give better chances of correction as spine becomes more rigid with increasing age. Treatment can be started in very early age group so that angle of scoliosis can either reverse or stable with increasing age.

Scoliosis Treatment

Congenital Limb Anomalie

Congenital limb deficiencies have many causes and often occur as a component of various congenital syndromes. Teratogenic agents (eg, thalidomide, vitamin A) are known causes of hypoplastic/absent limbs. The most common cause of congenital limb amputations are soft-tissue and/or vascular disruption defects, such as amniotic band-related limb deficiency, in which loose strands of amnion entangle or fuse with fetal tissue.

Congenital Limb Anomalie

Growth Modulation

Angular deformities in children who have substantial remaining growth, are treated by principle of growth modulation. We place a device along one side of growth plate & the other side keeps of growing. This eventually corrects the deformity over few months or a year. This unique procedure avoids major bone cutting. Most of the children do not miss school days & are mobile after a few days, unlike conventional bony osteotomies.

Growth Modulation

Children’s Fracture & Injury

It is normal for children to sustain injuries while indulging in physical activities and sports. Each time a fracture occurs, the child’s bone is broken either partially or completely. Boys are more likely to sustain fractures than girls. Child bone is differ from adult in terms of growth and they behave differently. Pain, swelling, crepitation, tenderness, deformity commonly seen after fracture. Redness, bruising may present over the skin. Clinical examination along with X-ray of involved part gives us accurate diagnosis.

Children’s Fracture & Injury

Flat Foot Treatment

Flat foot (also called pes planus or fallen arches) is a postural deformity in which the gap between foot and the floor collapse, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. Flat foot may involve either one or both the feet of a child. Children with flat foot have abnormal shoe wear and tear. However, the symptoms of flat foot differ from one individual to another. Some children with flat foot do not show any symptoms, whereas others experience pain.

Flat Foot Treatment

Bone Tumor

Bone tumors can affect any bone in the body and develop in any part of the bone—from the surface to the center of the bone, called the bone marrow. A growing bone tumor—even a benign tumor—destroys healthy tissue and weakens bone, making it more vulnerable to fracture. When a bone tumor is cancerous, it is either a primary bone cancer or a secondary bone cancer. A primary bone cancer actually begins in bone—while a secondary bone cancer begins somewhere else in the body and then metastasizes or spreads to bone. Secondary bone cancer is also called metastatic bone disease.

Bone Tumor

Radial Club Hand

It is a rare congenital disease in which child born with underdeveloped or missing radius bond in arms since birth. Because of this wrist joint become unstable and twisted inwards. The severity of radial club hand depends on how much radius bone is missing ranges from complete absent to mild shortening. Sometimes absent radius associated with absent thumb on same side. This condition can affect a single or both hands of a child. Based on severity, radial club hand can be classified into four levels – types I, II, III, and IV. Timely treatment without delay gives acceptable results.

Radial Club Hand

Bow legs & knock knees

It’s a one of the most common concern of parents and results in their anxiety. Normally, each child’s legs appear bowed inside till he is two years old known as Physiological Genu Varum. On the contrary child’s knees appear knocked till he is six years of age. But during this growth period due to calcium and vitamin deficiency it results in Rickets (Pathological bowing of legs). If the child’s legs remain bowed after two years of age, the parents must start treatment for bowlegs or Genu Varum. The parents also need to start treatment for knock-knees or Genu Valgum if the child’s legs remained knocked after four years of age.

Bow legs & knock knees

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