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Dr. Nishith Shah

Dr. Nishith Shah

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MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Fellowship Of Arthroscopy Association Of North America ( AANA)



31 Years Experience

Dr. Nishith Shah, 1st exclusive arthroscopy ( keyhole joint surgery) surgeon of Gujarat & one of the pioneers in India is doing exclusive arthroscopy practice since 1989. He successfully established Aash Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Center, one of the India’s landmark super-specialty health destinations renowned for Arthroscopic Surgeries of various joints as well as scientific management of sports related injuries. This center is not only known for Knee Ligament surgeries but also for shoulder injury management & joint replacement. Dr. Nishith Shah was 1st Indian arthroscopist to receive Travelling fellowship of Arthroscopy association of North America (AANA) in 1998. He has a particular interest in Posterior cruciate ligament surgery (PCL) as well as in management of knee injuries in children. He has been a faculty member in many national & international meetings and has demonstrated live surgeries. He is attached to a post graduate teaching institute as an arthroscopist.

Paldi, Ahmedabad

Dr. Nishith's Ash Arthroscopy Centre

Sonal Nursing Home, Landmark:Opposite side a Lane to Jalaram temple,, Ahmedabad

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Mon - Fri

12:00 - 02:00
05:00 - 07:00



Sports Medicine Surgeon


MBBS - Gujarat University, India, 1982
MS - Orthopaedics - Gujarat University, India, 1986
Fellowship Of Arthroscopy Association Of North America ( AANA) - USA, 1998


1988 - 1989 Fellow at Massachusetts Hospital for Joint Diseases, NY, USA
1992 - 1993 Fellow at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, USA
1998 - 1999 Fellow at AANA Fellowship, USA
2002 - 2003 Fellow at AO Fellowship

Awards and Recognitions

Best of Lower Extremity Award - CLASS , Pattaya - 2015


Indian Orthopaedic Association
Indian Arthroscopy Society
International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
Indian cartilage Society
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