Indian Arthroscopy Society

Indian Arthroscopy Society

Indian Arthroscopy society (abbreviated as IAS) is a national organization for arthroscopy surgeons. This society has an ever-growing list of active & associate members which is over three thousand now.

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Dr Gopalakrishnan Fellowship

Four fellowships are available.
Last date to receive application is 31st July 2022

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CASM
Fellowship

Three fellowships are available.
Last date to receive application is 31st July 2022

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Dr Sachin Tapasvi

President

Message from President

Keynote theme: I believe we can

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to express my deep gratitude to each one of you, for your faith in me, to chose me to lead the Indian Arthroscopy Society as President for 2022-23. This is an honour and privilege that stirs my heart, as I occupy the position that has been occupied by illustrious arthroscopic surgeons in the past.

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Dr S R Sundararajan

General Secretary

Message from General Secretary

Dear IAS members

Greetings. It is my privilege and honor to take over as general secretary of Indian Arthroscopy Society. IAS is growing every year just not only in numbers and also recognized by all international societies. And it is time for us to showcase the world by doing more research and publications to get more recognition.

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Indian Arthroscopy Society History

Arthroscopy was started in India for the first time in 1979 in Mumbai by Dr.Pravin Vora who was trained by Dr.Dinesh Patel, Dr.Robert Jackson & Dr.M.Watanabe. Indian Arthroscopy Society was formed on 1st January 1983 with eleven founder members under the able guidance of its patron Dr.Dinesh Patel. Dr.Pravin Vora was entrusted to draft its constitution which was subsequently adopted in May 1983. It was formally registered as a society in 1983 in Mumbai.

The major impetus to the spread of arthroscopy in India occurred thereafter and the sub specialty has grown leaps and bounds to its current state.