Doctor: Dr. Ameer S Theruvath

Dr. Ameer S Theruvath

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Head, Spine Surgeon | Kochi | India
MBBS, D. ORTHO, DNB (ORTHO), FNB (SPINE) | 16 Years of Experiences

Rajagiri Hospital, Kochi

  • Dr Ameer S Theruvath is an exclusive spine surgeon heading the Division of spine services, Rajagiri Hospital.
  • He did his Post doctoral fellowship in spine surgery at the prestigious Indian spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC, New Delhi).
  • He has more than 600 successful complex spine surgeries to his credit.
  • He is one of the only three qualified and MCI registered spine surgeons in the state of Kerala.
  • He set up the state of the art Spine surgery unit at Rajagiri Hospital with all modern amenities including real time intra operative Neuromonitoring facilities to enhance surgical safety and 3 D computer Navigation to enhance surgical precision.
  • He performs a vast spectrum of spine surgeries ranging  from Simple disc surgeries to complex Spine deformity corrections.
  • He is an Editorial committee member of e-Learn SCI, an initiative of International Spinal Cord Society, London.
  • He has authored chapters in various textbooks of spine surgery and published papers in reputed journals.
  • He has a special interest in scoliosis surgery and runs the Rajagiri Hospital Scoliosis Program (RHSP) which offers scoliosis surgery to children belonging to underprivileged families at a subsidised cost.


Academy of Medical Sciences, Pariyaram.


Fr. Mullers Medical College, Mangalore.


Medical College, Kottayam.


Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC ), New Delhi.



  • Fracture Treatment
  • Joint Diseases
  • Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Spine Disorders
  • Total Hip Replaceme
  • Degenerative spine disorders, Spinal deformity, Spinal trauma, Spinal Infections, Osteoporosis
  • Procedures
  • • Spinal Fusions (TLIF, ALIF, DLIF, Axial-LIF, PLIF, PLF)
  • • Spinal deformity (Scoliosis and Kyphosis) correction
  • • Artificial Disc Replacements (Cervical and Lumbar)
  • • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries
  • • Cervical Spine Surgery
  • • Occipito-cervical and C1-C2 surgeries
  • • Spinal tumours
  • • Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty
  • • Motion preserving surgeries for degenerative spine and scoliosis
  • • Growing rod for scoliosis
  • • Spinal Trauma surgeries
  • • Pain Procedures: Epidural Blocks, radiofrequency Ablation, Spinal cord stimulator, Baclofen and Morphine Pumps, Percuataneous discectomy 

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