DIRECTOR, ARTHROSCOPY, SPORTS ORTHOPAEDICS & SHOULDER SERVICE AND HEAD, CENTRE FOR SPORTS MEDICINE
MBBS, MS(Orthopaedics), DNB(Orthopaedics), FCPS
Dinshaw Pardiwala is Head – Centre for Sports Medicine, & Director - Arthroscopy & Shoulder Service at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hosptal, Mumbai, India. He is an ISAKOS committee member, and is on the board of APKASS. He is also an active member of Indian Arthroscopy Association, and Shoulder & Elbow Society of India. He has been on the editorial board of leading arthroscopy journals including Arthroscopy and American Journal of Sports Medicine. Besides being India’s representative at the ICC (International Cricket Council) Medical Committee, he is the board physician for many Indian sports teams. Anecdotally, of the 66 Indian medalists at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, 12 had undergone surgery with him for their sports injuries, and these included 8 gold medals. His work in arthroscopy has been internationally published and recognized and he is the recipient of numerous awards including the most prestigious ISAKOS John Joyce Award in 2009.
Dr. Pardiwala has treated many of India's finest sportspersons such as Olympic medal winner Saina Nehwal, the three medal-winning Phogat cousins, badminton player Parupalli Kashyap, Akhil Kumar the boxer, wrestlers Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt, boxer Vikas Krishnan, badminton player P V Sindhu, and rugby captain Hrishi Pendse. He has also treated Neeraj Chopra for Elbow problem in 2019. Neeraj recovered fully and went ahead to win the Gold Medal in Javelin throw event at Tokyo Olympics in 2021. He has also treated numerous Indian cricketers and top kabaddi athletes.