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Pediatric Orthopedic Book

The enthusiastic Faculty of Conceptual Orthopedics have collected their knowledge related to Orthopedic problems during childhood and compiled it in the form of the book ‘Pediatric Orthopedics’. The book is based upon the years of clinical experience of the faculty to offer appropriate diagnostic modalities, and balanced therapeutic options for the benefit of Orthopedic fraternity and the public at large.

Pediatric Orthopedic book is a Tribute to our Beloved Teacher, Prof. Dr. Gopakumar TS.
Throughout his professional career and during his association as a faculty of Conceptual Orthopedics, Prof. Dr. Gopakumar TS advocated and educated the younger generations’ clinical methods, investigational options and therapeutic modalities which deemed most appropriate particularly for Pediatric Orthopedic problems.

Dr. Gopakumar was a very calm and quiet person and had an excellent reputation as a teacher. His contribution to Conceptual Orthopedics has been tremendous and the lectures delivered evolved with clear concepts to the students. We, the family of Conceptual Orthopedics, will ever remain indebted to him.

Why this book on Pediatric Orthopedics?

Pediatric Orthopedics is the main light and strength of orthopedics today. The strides and development made in this field far surpasses other fields of orthopedics; making a definite impact on the correction of deformities, congenital anomalies, dysplasias , neo-plasms and of course trauma in children. This book has dealt with the latest evidence-based solutions to the above. This book will be a solution solving book, not only for postgraduates but to the practicing surgeons as well.

We hope this book would help students develop deep interest in Pediatric Orthopedics, so that more students opt for this branch and provide best treatment to these patients. Let us all follow the lines of Prof. Dr. S.M. Tuli – The Learning Never Ends

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