Mahantesh Magadum


Dr. Mahantesh Magadum is currently serving as an orthopedic surgeon at Belhoul Specialty Hospital in Deira, Dubai. He pursued specialized training in shoulder arthroscopy surgeries through fellowships at the Orthopaedic Learning Centre in Chicago, Illinois, USA in 2005 and at the Institute De La Main in Paris, France in 2003.

Dr. Magadum obtained his master's degree in orthopedic surgery from Kasturba Medical College Hospital in Manipal, Karnataka, India. He has held positions as a Consultant Orthopedics Joint Replacement and Arthroscopic Surgeon at several reputable hospitals in India.

He has authored numerous articles published in national and internationally renowned journals and actively participates in various orthopedic societies. Dr. Magadum has also organized workshops and seminars on topics such as Bone Tumors, Osteoporosis, and the NAILS 2002 Conference in India.

Research Interests:

His research interests mainly focus on:

  • Traumatology
  • Joint replacement / Adult reconstructive surgeries
  • Arthroscopic surgeries
  • Hand and Micro Surgery and other Hemi replacement arthroplasty of hip joint, shoulder joint

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