Dr. Anant L. Joshi
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
M.S. (Ortho) Mumbai; Master of Sports Sciences (USA)


Dr. Joshi has been associated with Lilavati Hospital for more than 10 years. He has an overall experience of30 years. He has been trained in the US, Australia & Germany.

Arthroscopy Training:

  • Trained with Dr. Frank B. Fondren III, MD of the Orthopaedic Associates of Mobile, Alabama, USA.
  • Arthroscopic ACL/PCL Reconstruction training with Drs. Rosenberg &Paulos of Salt lake City, USA; Dr. Eichorn&Dr.Strobel from Straubing, Germany & Leo Pichwinski from Sydney, Australia.
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy training at the Southern California Orthopaedic Institute, California, USA; Dr. Resch from Austria; Dr. Habermayer from Heidelberg, Germany , Dr. H. Sugaya, Japan, Dr. Kim from Korea & Dr. Mark Ferguson from South Africa.

Sports Medicine Consultant to:

  • The Board of Control for Cricket in India.
  • Medical Director for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Area Of Interest

  • Arthroscopic surgery
  • Sportsmedicine

Awards and Recognition

  • Best All Round Student of Grant Medical College, Bombay 1978.
  • Elected to “Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges” 1984.
  • Awarded the A.A. Mehta Gold Medal for the best scientific paper: Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction – an OPD procedure presented during the Indian Orthopaedic Association meeting in Madras, 1991.
  • Bombay University Men’s Singles Badminton title winner in 1974 & 1975.
  • Captained the Bombay University Badminton team.
  • Won the All India Inter-Medical Badminton title for 4 years.
  • Traveling Fellow, Asian Scientific Exchange Program 1998 of the Japanese Society of Physical Fitness & Sports Medicine.

Research Publications

    Scientific Papers presented:

  • Arthroscopy: A review of 65 cases at WIROC in 1986.
  • An unusual cause of knee pain at the MSOA in 1988.
  • The need for a re-scopy at the MSOA in 1988.
  • A review of 1000 knee arthroscopies at the IOA in 1989.
  • Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction – an OPD procedure at IOA in 1991.
  • Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction using the BPTB at the GCC Congress, Muscat 1995.
  • Arthroscopic Shoulder stabilization – a report of 17 cases at the IOA 1995.
  • Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction – a preliminary report comparing the quadruple hamstring technique with the BPTB at WIROC 1997.
  • Arthroscopy Workshops conducted:

  • Rajkot – Gujarat Orthopaedic Association.
  • Bhopal – M.P. Chapter of IOA.
  • Kolkata – Kothari Medical Center.
  • Patna
  • Govt. Medical Colleges in Pondichery, Sholapur, Madurai & Jamnagar.
  • Colombo General Hospital, Sri Lanka.
  • Dhaka, Bangla Desh.
  • Dow hospital, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Faculty –Arthrex cadaveric lab in Bangkok for basic & advanced knee courses.