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  • About Dr. Saurabh Kapoor
  • Educational Qualifications
  • Development Courses Attended
  • Scientific Paper Presentations
  • International & National Poster Presentations
  • Publications
  • Contribution To Education and Clinical Audits
  • Leadership & Management Experience
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Introduction

Dr. Saurabh Kapoor is an experienced fellowship-trained Spine Surgeon based in Delhi, India. he has received comprehensive training in both neurosurgical and orthopaedic aspects of Spine Surgery from centres of excellence (royal college accredited) in the United Kingdom. He ranks among best Orthopaedician in Delhi. After completing a neuro-spine fellowship from King’s college hospital, London, he pursued an advanced deformity fellowship from the prestigious Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. Thereafter, he was appointed as a locum consultant Spine Surgeon in the same unit, before coming back to his home country, India.

Dr. Saurabh Kapoor has authored several academic articles in peer-reviewed national and international journals. This includes the world’s largest series of giant herniated thoracic discs reported to date. He has been invited to speak on his research projects in many conferences through which he won the prestigious P.T.Rao gold medal for best paper presentation at the annual conference of the Indian orthopaedic association and second prize for best paper in the British Association of spinal surgeons conference in 2019. He continues to actively contribute to research projects and academics through his role as a consultant spine surgeon in a teaching hospital.

Dr. Saurabh Kapoor goal is to provide safe and quality outcomes to patients with spinal ailments enabling quick rehabilitation to maximum function through both operative and non-operative treatments.

Dr. Saurabh Kapoor major spinal interests include:
  • Lumbar and cervical disc degeneration
  • Sciatica
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery
  • Disc replacement surgery
  • Adult and paediatric deformities
  • Vertebroplasty, sacroplasty, kyphoplasty
  • Spinal tumours
  • Spinal infection, trauma and inflammatory disorders
  • Injection therapies (nerve root block, facet injections, sacroiliac joint injections and caudal epidural)
  • Sacro-iliac joint pathologies

Educational Qualifications

June 2020

F.R.C.S (Glasgow)

Mar 2013

MRCS (Glasgow)

Sept 2012

DNB (Orthopaedics)

National Board of Examination

Jun 2011

MS (Orthopaedics)(All India Merit)

Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh

Jun 2007

MBBS (Merit)

University College of Medical Sciences, India

Development Courses Attended

Sep 2019

‘Current concepts review, Pediatric deformity, Cardiff

Apr 2019

‘Critical appraisal masterclass’ Birmingham

Nov 2018

‘Non-technical skills in spine surgery’ Master class, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Sep 2018

‘Public Speaking and Advanced Presentation Skills Course’ ISC Medical, London

‘Leadership and Management course’ ISC Medical, London

July 2018

‘Cardiff Current concept in spinal surgery- degenerate spine’, 2days, Cardiff

Mar 2018

‘Live tissue training: complications anterior approaches (AO)’, 1 day, Istanbul, Turkey

Feb 2018

‘Live tissue workshop on flow seal/Tissel’ Vienna, Austria

Mar 2017

‘AO spine advanced symposium-Quandaries in management of spinal Pathologies’, 2 days, Cardiff

May 2017

Educational review work’ AO spine videos/online

Mar 2017

‘Current concepts in spinal deformity’ SRS, 2 days, Prague

Mar 2017

‘AO simulation course’, half-day, QMC, Nottingham

Aug 2015

‘Instructional course in the spine’, 3 days, India

May 2015

‘Pain management fellowship’, 2 weeks, India

Apr 2014

‘Basic spine symposium and workshop’, 2 days, India

Jan 2014

‘Spine microsurgery’, 4 days, Ganga, India

Sep 2013

‘AO spine advanced operative course’, 3 days, Ganga, India

Aug 2013

‘BOS basic spine course’, 7 days, Bombay, India

Mar 2013

‘Minimally invasive spine Live- Surgery workshop, 1day, Malaysia

Nov 2012

‘Workshop on computers in orthopaedics’, 1 day, India

Oct 2012

‘Freehand technique of thoracic and lumbar pedicle screws and Cervical lateral mass screw’, 1day, India

Jul 2012

‘AO Spine principles course’, 3 days, India

Nov 2011

‘AO trauma Course-principles in operative fracture management, 3 days, India

Aug 2011

‘Musculoskeletal imaging’, 1 day, India

Mar 2010

‘Non-traumatic adult hip disorders’, 2 days, India

Feb 2010

‘AO trauma introduction programme’, 1 day, India

Jun 2009

‘Acetabular fracture fixation course’, 1 day, India

Dec 2009

‘Science and medicine in Cricket’, 1 day, India

Jul 2005

‘Basic life support' 1 day, India

Scientific Paper Presentations

International & National Podium Presentations

Oct 2019

'Nottingham protocol of reduced radiation exposure from O-arm in paediatric deformity patients' - A feasibility study

Saurabh Kapoor, Kenneth ODowd, Aaron Hillis, Nasir Quraishi

Podium presentation in Eurospine October 2019 at Helsinki, Finland.

Sep 2019

‘Vertebral body tethering-Current evidence’

Saurabh Kapoor Current concepts review, Cardiff

July 2019

‘Stent augmentation of anterior Odontoid screw for type 2 Odontoid fracture-dislocation in the elderly Population – technical note and literature review’

Saurabh Kapoor, Oded Hershkovich, Corrado Lucantoni, Bronek Boszczyk

Podium presentation NSpine May 2019, London

April 2019

'Nottingham protocol of reduced radiation exposure from O-arm in paediatric deformity patients' - A feasibility study

Saurabh Kapoor, Kenneth ODowd, Aaron Hillis, Nasir Quraishi

Podium presentation in BASS April 2019 at Brighton UK.

Nov 2018

‘Magnetically controlled growth rods (MCGR): a single centre, single Surgeon experience of 18 consecutive patients’,

Saurabh Kapoor, Olakunle Badmus, Sarang Sapare, Darko Stipic, Masood Shafafy

Podium presentation, British scoliosis society conference, Belfast, 2018

July 2018

‘Evidence for the repair of lysis with regards outcomes and return to sport’, Podium presentation, Cardiff Current Concept- Degenerative spine

Nov 2017

‘Quandaries in management of spinal pathologies’, Podium presentation, AOSpine Advanced Symposium, Cardiff

Sep 2016

‘Procalcitonin levels: A useful guide for assessing treatment response in Infective spondylodiscitis’.

Rasul FT. Kapoor S. Bell DSBNS 2016, Telford

Dec 2010

‘Utility of CT based navigation in enhancing the accuracy of pedicle screw insertion in fractures of the dorso-lumbar spine’, Indian Orthopaedic Conference, Jaipur.

Dec 2009

‘Clinical relevance of Palmaris Longus tendon agenesis: a common aberration’, Podium presentation, winner of P.T Rao gold medal for best paper by postgraduate at Indian Orthopaedic conference, Orissa

International and National Poster Presentations

Nov 2018

Rocket incision and approach: A novel surgical approach in posterior Correction of Neuromuscular Scoliosis.

Saurabh Kapoor, Ciaran Oboyle, Masood Shafafy BSS 2018, Belfast

Nov 2018

Radiation exposure in young patients undergoing scoliosis surgery

Saurabh Kapoor, Coarrado Lucantoni, Wai Weng Yoon, Nasir Quraishi, M.P. Grevitt, Philip Sell BSS 2018, Belfast

Publications

  1. Saurabh Kapoor, Sidharth Shah, Khaled Salem, Nasir Quraishi, “Peri-implant Vertebral Body Fracture in a Cervical Integrated Cage Screw Construct A Case Report of a Rare Complication” Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 2020, 10(4):e19.00634, Oct-Dec.
  2. Saurabh Kapoor, Akshay Gadia, Fahid Rasul, David Bell, “Pro-calcitonin - a vital tool to differentiate septic progression of spondylo-discitis from drug hypersensitivity: a case report and brief review of the literature”. Accepted for publication in Journal of orthopaedic case report (JOCR)
  3. Saurabh Kapoor, Oded Hershkovich, Corrado Lucantoni, Bronek Boszczyk, “Stent augmentation of anterior odontoid screw for type 2 odontoid fracture-dislocation in the elderly Population - report of 2 cases and literature review”. Journal of Cranio-cervical Junction and Spine 2019,10(4), 254-258
  4. Saurabh Kapoor, Keiran O’Boyle, and Masood Shafafy “Rocket Incision and Approach: A Novel Surgical Approach in Posterior Correction of Neuromuscular Scoliosis”. Global spine journal 2019 Volume: 9 issue: 2_suppl, page(s): 2S-187S.
  5. Kapoor S, Amarouche M, Al-Obeidi F, U-King-im JM, Thomas N, Bell David, ‘Giant thoracic discs: treatment, outcome, and follow-up of 33 patients in a single centre’. European Spine Journal 2018, 27(7), 1555-1566S
  6. Kapoor S, Sharma R, Garg S, ‘Navigated pedicle screw placement using computed tomographic data in dorsolumbar fractures’. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics 2014; 48(6): 555-561
  7. Oded Hershkovich, Corrado Lucantoni, Saurabh Kapoor, Bronek Bosczczyk, ‘Bone marrow washout for multiple levels vertebroplasty in multiple myeloma spinal involvement’. European Spine Journal, Received: 22 May 2018 / Accepted: 21 October 2018
  8. Kapoor S, Pawar I, ‘Posttraumatic osteonecrosis and nonunion of distal pole of scaphoid. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics 2013; 47(4):425-428
  9. Kapoor Sudhir, Kapoor S, Aggarwal M, ‘Thoracoscopic decompression in Pott’s spine and its long-term follow-up’. Online first 4 January 2012, International Orthopaedics (SICOT)
  10. Suzanne Mcllroy, MCSP, MSc, Saurabh Kapoor MS, MBBS, David Bell, MD ‘Malignant Spinal Cord Compression: Clinical Outcomes and Survival According to Treatment Modality: Results of a Prospective Audit’. The Spine Journal. October 2016 Volume 16, Issue 10, Supplement, Page S319
  11. Gupta R, Kapoor S, ‘Bilateral displaced acetabular fractures associated with an open book injury of the pelvis and sacral fracture’. Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma(JCOT) 2011;2: 57-59
  12. Sambit KumarPandaMS (Ortho)*AkashSabharwalMS (Ortho)*SaurabhKapoorMS (Ortho)*AmanGoyalMS (Ortho)*JSahooMS (Ortho), ‘Comparison of abduction brace and surgical containment in management of Perthes disease. Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma. Volume 2, Issue 2, December 2011, Pages 109-116
  13. Kapoor SK, Tittal P, Kapoor S, ‘Tumours around the shoulder’. Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma ( JCOT) 2010; 1:5-12
  14. Kapoor SK, Tiwari A, Kumar Abhishek, Bhatia Rajesh, Kapoor S, ‘Clinical relevance of Palmaris longus agenesis: Common anatomical aberration’. Anatomical Science International 2008; 83: 45-48
  15. Kapoor SK, Kataria H, Tonkaeshwar B, Patra SR, Chaudhary A, Kapoor S, ‘Expandable self-locking nail in the management of closed diaphyseal fractures of femur and tibia’. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics 2009;43:264
  16. Kapoor SK, Tiwari A, Kapoor S, ‘Primary tumours and tumorous lesions of clavicle’. International Orthopaedics( SICOT) 2008;32:829-834
  17. Gupta R, Bither N, Singh H, Kapoor S, Chhabra A, Garg S, Repair of the torn distal biceps tendon by endo button fixation - Indian Journal of Orthopaedics 2012 Jan-Feb; 46(1): 71–76

Contribution to Education and Clinical Audits

A key aspect of clinical governance, I appreciate the important role that audit plays in ensuring the highest quality of care for patients. I have been involved in the following:

‘Clinical relevance of post-operative radiograph regimen in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis and associated radiation risk’

Guided By: Mr Philip Sell

Role: Audit design, analysis and report of findings

Outcome: Routine use of postoperative radiographs in AIS in a patient with an uneventful course should be minimised.

Leadership & Management Experience

I have had an excellent insight into the pressures and challenges of being a senior doctor and have contributed significantly to the organisational and planning aspects of the multidisciplinary environments I have worked in.

This has included:

  • Organising faculty in a cervical cadaveric course at Queen’s Medical Centre in April 2019
  • M & M Coordinator for a spinal unit at Queen’s Medical Centre in June and September sessions 2018.
  • Academic Coordinator for Spinal unit at Queen’s Medical Centre, autumn session 2018
  • Part of organizing team of a cadaveric workshop in International spine and spinal injuries conference held in December 2009 at Chandigarh, India.
  • Organized “Basic spine workshop” on saw bone models and goat spine in April 2014, in the capacity of chief organizer, at ESI hospitals Basaidarapur, New Delhi.