• Brief Profile


    Dr Mathew Varghese is a graduate and a post-graduate from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi University. He is currently the Head of the Department of Orthopaedics, St Stephen's Hospital, Delhi. He has specialised in trauma care with particular emphasis on reconstructive surgery for trauma, paralytic poliomyelitis, cerebral palsy and paediatric orthopaedic problems. He is also an associate faculty at the Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme, A WHO collaborating centre at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi as an expert on injury control, pre--hospital care and epidemiology of injuries.

Questions Answered by me

It is very rare to have a tear of all the ligaments of the knee joints. I am not sure if the diagnosis is right. Possibly the internal two...

Answered on : 09 Jul 2001

From your description it seems that your son has genu valgum (knock knees). There are several causes for this. It could be also normal in some...

Answered on : 16 Jun 2001

From your description of symptoms you seem to be having chondromalacia patellae - (Chondro is cartilage, malacia is ailment and patellae means...

Answered on : 04 Jun 2001

Total knee replacement is done in a large number of hospitals in north India. You have not specified the city you belong to. Among the major...

Answered on : 03 Jun 2001

Regaining normal/near normal function after ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) reconstruction requires intensive physiotherapy and regular physical...

Answered on : 19 Mar 2001

In your letter you only said that your leg is affected by polio. You have not mentioned whether your leg is completely flail or partially flail,...

Answered on : 01 Jan 2001
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