The Fellowship in Invasive Surgery is a comprehensive training program designed to cultivate advanced proficiency in minimally invasive and robotic surgical techniques. Spanning 12 months, the fellowship immerses participants in extensive clinical experience and technical training, enabling them to master laparoscopic, thoracoscopic, and robotic-assisted procedures. Fellows will engage in a wide array of advanced techniques, such as single-port laparoscopic surgery and natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery, ensuring they are adept at the latest innovations in the field. The curriculum includes rigorous didactic components, featuring lectures and seminars on surgical principles, anatomy, and the management of complications, complemented by weekly case discussions and multidisciplinary meetings. Research is a cornerstone of the fellowship, with fellows conducting supervised projects, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and presenting at international conferences. Patient care is emphasized throughout, from preoperative assessments and patient education to postoperative monitoring and long-term follow-up. Evaluation is multifaceted, incorporating direct faculty observation, formal exams, and comprehensive reviews of research and patient care. The fellowship offers state-of-the-art training facilities, expert mentorship, and opportunities for professional development, along with a stipend and benefits. Graduates of this program will emerge as highly skilled, knowledgeable leaders poised to advance the field of invasive surgery, improve patient outcomes, and drive forward surgical innovation.

Teaching Methods:
Server-based classes

Required Backgrounds:
MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

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  1. Joint Anatomy and Physiology
    Joint Anatomy and Physiology is a specialized training program that focuses on gaining an in-depth understanding of the structure and function of the human joints, particularly major joints like the hip, knee, and shoulder. This specialized training is vital for healthcare professionals, often orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists, who aim to excel in diagnosing and treating joint-related issues. During this fellowship, participants delve into the intricate details of joint anatomy, including the bones, ligaments, tendons, and surrounding structures that make up each joint. They also explore the biomechanics of joint movement, load-bearing, and the unique characteristics of different joints in the human body.
  2. Arthroplasty Techniques
    Arthroplasty Techniques is a specialized training program that focuses on mastering the surgical procedures involved in joint replacement, particularly major joints such as the hip, knee, and shoulder. This specialized training is undertaken by healthcare professionals, often orthopedic surgeons, who seek to become experts in restoring joint function and alleviating pain through arthroplastic interventions. During this fellowship, participants learn and refine advanced techniques for joint replacement surgeries. This includes in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and biomechanics of the joints being treated, as well as the skills and procedures necessary for performing arthroplasty, which involves the removal and replacement of damaged joint components with prosthetic implants. 
  3. Patient Evaluation
    Patient Evaluation is a specialized training program that focuses on developing the skills and knowledge required to assess and diagnose patients effectively. This training is typically undertaken by healthcare professionals, such as physicians, nurses, and medical specialists, to become proficient in patient examination and history-taking. The primary goal of a Patient Evaluation fellowship is to equip healthcare professionals with the ability to assess patients thoroughly and determine the most appropriate diagnostic and treatment pathways. Proficiency in patient evaluation is essential for providing high-quality and patient-centered care, ultimately leading to improved healthcare outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  4. Arthroscopic Procedures 
    Arthroscopic Procedures is a specialized training program that focuses on mastering arthroscopic techniques used in diagnosing and treating joint-related issues, particularly in major joints like the hip, knee, and shoulder. This specialized training is often undertaken by healthcare professionals, such as orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists, to become proficient in minimally invasive procedures. During this fellowship, participants learn advanced skills in using arthroscopic instruments and equipment to access and visualize the interior of joints. They gain expertise in techniques for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, enabling them to perform procedures like joint debridement, repair of ligaments or cartilage, and removal of loose bodies within the joint.
  5. Rehabilitation and Postoperative
    Rehabilitation and Postoperative Care is a specialized training program that focuses on the comprehensive management of patients following surgical interventions. Healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, and orthopedic surgeons, often pursue this fellowship to develop expertise in guiding patients through the recovery process. During this fellowship, participants learn advanced skills related to postoperative care and rehabilitation, including creating tailored rehabilitation plans, managing pain, addressing complications, and optimizing patient recovery. They also gain insights into providing emotional and psychological support to patients during their post-surgery journey.
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