Dr. Srikanth Varma Racherla - Orthopedics, Dr. Srikanth Varma Racherla
Dr. Srikanth  Varma Racherla

Dr. Srikanth Varma Racherla

Qualification - MS – Orthopedics, FNB – Hand & Microsirgery

Specialization - Hand & Micro Surgeon

Department - Orthopedics

Designation - Consultant

Location - Dubai ,United Arab Emirates

Hospital(s) - Zulekha Hospital Dubai

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Career Profile

Dr. Srikanth has More than 10 years of experience in the field of Orthopaedics. Completed his MS from NIMS Hospital Hyderabad India. Dr. Srikant finished his FNB-Hand and Micro Surgery at Ganga Hospital Coimbatore and Fellowship in Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty from Sancheti Hospital Pune, India. Dr. Srikanth Varma worked in various med colleges as faculty, teaching both undergraduates and Postgraduates. Previously associated with Kamineni Hospitals Hyderabad as Consultant Hand Surgeon before joining at Zulekha Hospital Dubai.

Education & Training


Clinical Focus

  • Hand & Upper extremity surgery, Brachial Plexus injuries
  • Reconstructive microsurgery
  • Complex trauma reconstruction
  • Soft tissue reconstruction: Nerve, Tendon, Vascular repairs of limbs
  • Ilizarov and Limb reconstruction Surgeries

Research and Publications

Modified Boytchev procedure is an effective surgical treatment for recurrent anterior dislocation of shoulder – Journal of evidence-based medicine & healthcare – Dec- 2014.

ZIMMER SPLINT : A simple and effective technique for the treatment of intera articular phalangeal fractures of hand – Journal of evidence based medicine & healthcare – May – 2015

  • Results of IPSILATERAL HIP and shaft femur fractures treated with two separate implants – A prospective study of 20 cases – journal of medical science and clinical research – Feb – 2017
  • Functional outcome after surgical stabilization of fractures of Distal end of Radius with or without ulnar styloid fractures – A comparative study – Journal of medical science and clinical research – April – 2017
  • Jigsaw method as a teaching methodology in orthopaedic clinical examination: A study conducted on 8th semester MBBS students in KAMSRC – Journal of educational research and medical teacher – Vol. 5, Issue – 1, 2017







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