Senior Spine Surgeon
Fortis Hospital, Mumbai
1. Minimally invasive spine surgery- microscopic & endoscopic
2. Major reconstructive spine surgery for tuberculosis, tumors, fractures
3. Correction of spinal deformity- kyphosis, scoliosis.
Over 19 years.
1. Fellowship in Paediatric Spine Surgery- Shriners Hospital, Los Angeles, USA
2. Fellowship in Adult Spine Surgery- Orthopaedic & Arthritic Hospital, Toronto, Canada
3. Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery- Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto, Canada
4. Fellowship in Advanced Spine Surgery- Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK
5. Fellowship in Spinal Neurosurgery- Walton Neurosciences Centre, Liverpool, UK
Dr. Gautam Zaveri is one of the leading spine surgeons in India today. He is amongst the few spine surgeons who are trained in both orthopedic and neurosurgery of the spine. Having completed his training in India, he underwent extensive training in various aspects of spine surgery in USA, Canada, and the UK from 1997 to 2002. Since March 2002, he has been practicing as a Consulting Spine Surgeon in Mumbai. He has performed more than 2500 spine surgeries for a variety of spinal problems such as slipped disc, sciatica, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, cervical spondylotic radiculopathy, myelopathy, spinal fractures, tuberculosis and tumors, scoliosis and kyphosis. He specializes in microsurgery, endoscopic spinal surgery, and major reconstructive spinal surgery. He has also developed a comprehensive non-operative treatment program for spinal disorders. He has been active in research and academics. Orthopedic surgeons from different parts of India have trained with him as spine fellows and registrars. He has presented and published a number of scientific papers as well as written chapters in textbooks of spine surgery. He is invited both in India and overseas to lecture/ demonstrate surgery at various courses and conferences of spine surgery. He has been nominated “The International Spine Fellow” by the International Society for Study of the Lumbar Spine at Adelaide in 2000 and nominated “The best Asia- Pacific Spine Faculty” by the AO Spine International at Davos in 2006