Profile Summary

Medical Qualifications: MCH Hip and Knee (United Kingdom), Fellowship in Joint Replacement (Mumbai), DNB (Mumbai), Diploma Orthopaedic (Gold medal) (Kolkata) 

Designation: Consultant, Orthopaedics 

Years of experience: 12+ years

Areas of expertise:

  • Hip and knee replacement surgeries including complex and revision surgeries
  • Sports Injury
  • Trauma including peri-articular fractures of all bones
  • Benign bone and related tumors


Dr. Animesh Kumar has more than 12 years of experience in clinical practice. After graduating from TNMC, Mumbai, he completed a Diploma in Orthopaedic from India's oldest and one of the most prestigious medical colleges, Medical College Kolkata. He was awarded a gold medal in the final year university examination. He was also awarded B Braun's best postgraduate in Orthopaedic in India in 2010. Subsequently, he completed his DNB. Then he underwent training in joint replacement surgery and was awarded Fellowship in joint replacement. He was selected for  MCh in Hip and Knee at  Wrightington Hospital, UK. He spent two years in the UK and gained extensive expertise in complex primary and revision joint replacement surgery. 
His subjects of interest are hip and knee replacement surgeries including complex primary and revision arthroplasties and peri-articular fracture surgeries. 
He is actively involved in research and audit and is an active member of the Indian Orthopaedic Association, the Bombay Orthopaedic Society, the Indian Society of Hip and Knee Surgeons, the Indian Medical Association, and the Association of Medical Consultants. 

Awards & Publications:

Awards & Publications:

  • Gold medal at university examination for diploma in orthopaedics at West Bengal University of Health Sciences 
  • B Braun best postgraduate in orthopaedic in India in 2010
  • Sonar, U., Lokikere, N., Kumar, A., Coupe, B., & Gilbert, R.(2016). Outcomes of Conservative Management of Primary Patellar Dislocation. Bone Joint J, 98-B (SUPP 14),5
  • Chauhan A, Ray MM, Kumar A, Sabui KK. Lateral intermuscular approach to cervical rib - Is it safe? J Med Soc 2015;29:113-5
  • Pispati A, Garg P, Patil N, Savedekar A, Jaiswal N, Kumar A. Is intraarticular administration of tranexamic acid better than its intravenous administration in reducing blood loss after total knee arthroplasty? J Orthop Allied Sci 2013;1:28-32
  • Case report: Congenital Vertical Talus: Vol-23; No.2; Dec.2008; Journal of West Bengal Orthopaedic Association



  • Indian Orthopaedic Association 
  • Bombay Orthopaedic Society 
  • West Bengal Orthopaedic Association 
  • Indian Arthroplasty Association 
  • Indian Medical Association 
  • Association of Medical Consultants 
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