Royal Bahrain Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Atul Bhaskar, FRCS Orth, FRCS, MCh. MS, DNB, a prominent Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon from India will revisit RBH once again from May 7th till May 8th 2018.
During his visit, Dr. Bhaskar who has more than 25 years of experience will be available for consultations as well as diagnosis and treatment of the following conditions: congenital deformity, clubfoot and hip dislocation, limping, bow-legs and knock knees, fractures and infections in children in addition to fragile bone disease and short stature.
“We are pleased to host Dr. Atul Bhaskar again at Royal Bahrain Hospital. His extensive experience in the specialty of Pediatric Orthopedics is sure to add great value to the community.” Said Mr. Jacob Thomas, Group Director – Operations & Projects (GCC).
Dr. Bhaskar had earned a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1991 at Bombay University, India, and went on to earn a Master of Surgery in Orthopedics at the same university in 1994. He then pursued higher surgical training in the UK and obtained an FRCS (in General Surgery) from Glasgow in 1997. He then got his MCh (in Orthopedics) from the University of Liverpool, UK along with an FRCS (in Trauma & Orthopedics) to become a Consultant in Orthopedic Surgery. In addition, he attended fellowship training in Canada, Germany, the US and the UK.
Dr. Bhaskar taught orthopedic residents, medical and physiotherapy students at Seth GS Medical College KEM Hospital and at KJ Somaiya Medical College for a duration of nearly 10 years.
He has published numerous publications amongst which is a book entitled ‘Pediatric Fracture Management’ – Synopsis of Children Fracture Management in 2007. He has also given various presentations at both national and international levels.
Dr. Bhaskar is a member of several medical associations including Bombay Orthopedic Society, Indian Orthopedic Association, Pediatric Orthopedic Society of India (POSI), Royal College of Surgeons (Glasgow), Indian Medical Association, Mumbai Branch of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy.