Dr. I.P.S. Oberoi is presently working as Chairperson of – Orthopedics Program & Chief – Robotic Joint Replacement & Arthroscopy Surgery at Artemis Hospitals Sector 51, Gurugram 122001 Haryana, India. He is having 31 years of practice experience in field of an orthopedic specialist.
He was trained in joint replacement and adult reconstructive trauma surgery from Klinik and Poliklinik for Unfall-Hand & Wiederherstellungschirurgie, Universitatsklinikum. Has has performed more than 7000 joint replacements with 97% success rates. He is an expert in Primary and Revision Joint replacement surgeries of the Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Elbow, and Ankle joints. Dr IPS Oberio is one of the first and among only few surgeons to start minimally invasive reconstructive surgery that is Key Hole surgery (Arthroscopy) for Elbow, Shoulder, Hip and Ankle problems at artemis hospital Gurugram. Dr. Oberoi has mastered the techniques of managing Multi-Ligament and complex injuries of the knee. Dr. Oberoi is visiting surgeon to Al Tawara Medical/Teaching hospital, Ministry of Health, Dr.IPS Oberoi is also invited as a surgeon in medical schools and hospitals in Oman, Iraq, Iran and Syria. Dr. IPS Oberoi Top Joint Replacement Surgeon at Artemis Hospital in Delhi India has given Lectures at various International and National meetings.
- Robotic Surgery- Orthopedics
- Robotic Surgery Joint Replacement
- Artemis Hospital, Sector 51, Gurgaon.
- Al Tawara Medical / Teaching hospital, Ministry of Health, Sanna, Yemen
- Medical Schools and Hospitals in Iraq, Iran, Oman and Syria
- Military Hospital, Sanna, Yemen
List of Treatments
Artemis Hospital, Gurugram
Awards And Honours
- Honoured to receive – The Inspiring orthopedic surgeon award – by the Economic times.
- Sports medicine Specialist at Commonwealth Games and Olympic tournaments to manage the competing national athlete
- He has published Arthroscopy, Joint Replacement and Sports injury related research publications in textbooks and journals and also prepared the manuscripts for Arthroscopy education for young orthopedic surgeons.