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Dr. Amyn Rajani

Consultant Knee & Shoulder Surgeon

Dr. Amyn Rajani


  • MS Orth (Gold Medalist)
  • D. Orth
  • M.B.B.S

Specialization / Special Interests

  • Arthroscopy, Joint Replacement & Sports injury.
  • Knee & Shoulder Surgery.

Contact Info

Hospital No. : 022 - 69197788

Appointments / OPD Timings

Tuesday : 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Wednesday : 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Thursday : 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Saturday : 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Dr. Amyn Rajani is a highly skilled Consultant Knee & Shoulder Surgeon, specializing in the fields of Arthroscopy, Joint Replacement, and Robotic Surgeries. With over two decades of dedicated experience in the medical field, Dr. Rajani has honed his expertise to deliver top-quality care and surgical interventions to his patients. Dr. Amyn Rajani is proudly affiliated with prestigious medical institutions, serving as an Arthroscopy & Joint Replacement Surgeon at Breach Candy Hospital, Lilavati Hospital, and Saifee Hospital.

Dr. Amyn Rajani specializes in Uni-Compartment Knee Replacement, Total Knee Replacement, Reverse & Total Shoulder Replacement, as well as Reconstructive Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy. His expertise extends to Robotic Surgeries and Revision Knee & Shoulder Surgeries. His expertise and proficiency make him a sought-after specialist in these areas, and he is known for providing cutting-edge surgical solutions and compassionate patient care.

Having been awarded a Gold Medal in Orthopedic surgery in his M.S. program at the esteemed LTMMC & Sion Hospital in Mumbai in 2004, Dr. Amyn Rajani continued to enhance his skills through international training programs focused on Arthroscopy and Joint Replacement, with extensive training in countries including Canada, the UK, Germany, and Australia. He holds official certification in the field of Robotic Joint Replacements and has an impressive track record of successfully performing numerous Robotic Surgeries.

Furthermore, Dr. Rajani's contributions to the medical community extend beyond his surgical expertise. He has published more than 21 articles in Knee & Shoulder Surgeries, which have been featured in reputable national and international peer-reviewed journals with high impact. His work has garnered recognition, with 25 citations to his credit.

Dr. Amyn Rajani's dedication to advancing orthopedic expertise is evident through his crucial role as a reviewer for the esteemed ISAKOS Journal, where he actively contributes to the evaluation and development of cutting-edge research in the field. Moreover, he serves as invited faculty at multiple national and international courses and conferences specializing in Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty, where his knowledge and insights are highly valued by fellow professionals.

Dr. Rajani also demonstrates his commitment to knowledge dissemination by overseeing a comprehensive one-year fellowship program in Arthroscopy & Arthroplasty. This program is designed to nurture aspiring orthopedic surgeons, providing them with the opportunity to learn and gain hands-on experience under his guidance

In 2023, the significant Sign for Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair (AMR Sign) was named after Dr. Amyn Rajani and published in the Malaysian Orthopedic Journal, a noteworthy contribution to orthopedics. Dr. Rajani's exceptional surgical expertise earned him a place in the Limca Book of Records for a successful knee replacement surgery on a 98-year-old patient in 2014. He has also been honored with the MV Sant Prize in Orthopedics and the Lupin Orthopedic Award, recognizing his remarkable achievements and dedication to advancing orthopedic practice.

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Retention Stitches: A Concept of Wound Closure of Knee Arthroplasty in Obese Patients Indian Journal of Orthopaedics Jan 2022
Functional and clinical outcome of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with peroneus longus autograft and correlation with MRI after 3 years Journal of Orthopaedics June 2022
AMR Sign - An Arthroscopic S-shaped Fold Signifying Adequate Medial Meniscus Repair Malaysian Orthopaedic Journal Sept 2023
12-year functional outcome of patients undergoing Total knee replacement with Under-correction of Varus Deformity Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Oct 2022
Role of debulking mucoid ACL in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: a prospective multicentric study Knee Surgery & Related Research Oct 2022
Huge Subchondral Cyst Communicating with Medulary Canal of Femur in OA Knee-Treated by Extension Stem and Bone Grafting Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Apr-2014
Bilateral Spontaneous Midsubstance Patellar Tendon Rupture after Bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Apr 2016
It’s not what it looks like: challenges in diagnosis of synovial lesions of the knee joint Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics 3(1) Dec 2016
Modified Technique for Patellar Tendon Repair Post-Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Dec 2020
The Black Knee – A Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports July 2021
Lesser Tuberosity Avulsion Fracture: A Rare Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Dec 2021
Functional Outcome after Repair of a Post-Total Knee Replacement Quadriceps Rupture in a Morbidly Obese Patient: A Rare Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Aug 2022
Management of a Rare Case of Cavernous Medullary Intraosseous Hemangioma in Proximal Tibia of a 38-year-old Females Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Aug 2022
Management of a Displaced Pathological Fracture in the Proximal Humerus of a Patient with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Rare Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Aug 2022
Pseudoaneurysm of the Lateral Genicular Artery Following Unicompartmental knee Arthroplasty: A Rare Case Report Journal of Orthopaedic case reports Aug-2022
  • Ranked first in the M.S Orthopedic examination conducted by the University of Mumbai in July 2004.
  • Gold Medal in Orthopedics from the University of Mumbai for the academic year 2004-2005.
  • Lupin Prize for securing the first rank in M.S Orthopedic examination.
  • M. V. Sant Prize for Securing the Highest Points in M.S.
  • Hold the “Limca book of record” for Successfully operating the oldest Patient (98yrs) for Total Knee Replacement in India.