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IPOD Clinic

Institute of Paediatric Orthopaedic Disorders Mumbai India aims at being support to children with orthopaedic and neuromuscular problems from India and other parts of the world. IPOD India has its head office in Mumbai and outreach programmes at more than 15 centres all over India.

Vision for of IPOD is to provide best comprehensive state of the art pediatric orthopedic and rehabilitation services across India and to other countries through a. training, b.partnership with NGOs, healthcare centres and government agencies and reaching out to people.

If you want to know more about IPOD or be associated with its activities please feel free to drop email to

Our Doctor

One Man's Mission - Helping Cerebral Palsy Kids


The director of IPOD is Dr Taral Nagda one of the topmost pediatric orthopedic surgeons in India and awarded Top doctors in Mumbai award in 2012.

Dr. Taral Nagda practices as pediatric orthopedic surgeons at Jupiter Hospital, Thane. He is one of the top most pediatric orthopedic surgeons in India at Jupiter Hospital Thane and awarded Top doctors in Mumbai award in 2012.

He has special interest in deformity correction by percutaneous techniques and growth modulation in children. Management of cerebral palsy with ultrasound guided botulinum toxin and Correction of spinal deformities. Orthopaedic management of osteogenesis imperfecta.

Associate professor and lecturer at Seth G. S. Medical College and KEM Hospital for 9 years. Associated with outreach programmes for children with disabilities with various institutes and NGOs in India.

  • MS – Orthopaedics, DNB – Orthopedics/Orthopedic Surgery

  • Graduation and Post Graduation from Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital.

  • Clinical Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics at San Antonio USA
  • International Scholar Award at International Paediatric Orthopaedic Symposium of POSNA at Florida USA 2010.
  • Best paper award at WIROC 2005 for fungal arthritis in neonates.
  • Co-ordinator for POSI POSNA international paediatric fracture course within and outside India.
  • Faculty at international and national conferences and workshops on paediatric orthopaedics.

Percutaneous correction of Tibia Vara with mini ex fix

preoperative picture the child has varus and inernal rotation 3 year old child with tibia vara  The child has varus and internal rotation deformity not correcting on serial follow up. Proximal  Block is made with 2 K wires inserted parallel…

Osteogenesis Imperfecta Types

Type I: OI Type I is the mildest and most common form of the disorder. It accounts for 50 percent of the total OI population. • Type I manifests with mild bone fragility, relatively few fractures, and minimal limb deformities.…

Welcome to the Institute of Pediatric Orthopaedic Disorders (IPOD) Newsletter

Dear Readers, this is a beginning of a New initiative from Institute of Paediatric Orthopaedic Disorders (IPOD). IPOD has always tried to excel and achieve best in terms of Patient Care and Education. Our Quarterly Newsletter is aimed at highlighting common problems in Pediatric Orthopaedics,…

On line consultation for Children with Paediatric orthopaedic disorders

IPOS presents on line consultations with Dr Taral Nagda on secure platform with fascility for remote consultation and asking questions live.   Contact Poonam on 9323029888


Intoeing:   Its not a diagnosis!! It’s just a peculiar pattern of walking which is noticed by the family. It is important that the treating doctor identifies the specific cause for the intoeing . So in scientific terms an intoeing gait…

International Conference of Indian Academy of Cerebral Palsy (IACP)

Invitation Dear Colleagues It gives us immense pleasure to invite you with your family on behalf of the founder members and executives of IACP and faculty of neuro and physiotherapy departments of Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences for the first…

Cerebral Palsy Clinic at Jupiter Hospital

Living with cerebral palsy requires a lifetime of an expert medical care .We at Jupiter Hospital Cerebral Palsy Clinic provide a full range of services for these children . We provide comprehensive clinical care and support for children with such disabilities. An…


What happens if we do not treat ITW J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 1997 Jan;87(1):17-22. Effect of persistent toe walking on ankle equinus. Analysis of 60 idiopathic toe walkers. Sobel E, Caselli MA, Velez Z. New York College of Podiatric…

Idiopathic Toe Walking

What happens if we do not treat ITW J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 1997 Jan;87(1):17-22. Effect of persistent toe walking on ankle equinus. Analysis of 60 idiopathic toe walkers. Sobel E, Caselli MA, Velez Z. New York College of Podiatric…

Non Union Lateral condyle Fractures

The questions to ask The patient factors Know what the patient has come to you for What are the patient’s complains ? What are the parent’s expectations from the treatment? 3.How are the elbow movements and the function of the child? The…


Taral Nagda UPPER LIMB FRACTURES Proximal humerus: > 11 years of age: > 50 deg. Contact < 20 deg. angulation < 11 years of age: relatively greater displacement and angulation can be accepted. Good to excellent long term outcomes…

What is the correct treatment for tarus (buckle ) fractures of distal radius in children

5 year old with injury to forearm due to fall in the playground How do you manage these fractures? a above elbow plaster b below elbow plaster c splints How long will you continue immobilisation? a 2 weeks b 3…

Treatment of overriding fractures of distal forearm in children

What are the options of treatment? Remanipulation and plaster Manipulation and closed pinning Manipulation with blunt wire and pinning and plaster d Accept the reduction Now watch the video in this link of a study from Hawaii titled Closed Treatment…

TEN steps to Titanium elastic nailing in femur

Position the patient. Distraction on fracture table. Protect and pad perineum and the normal limb. Select the nails: Nail size is 0.4 x D Bend the nails: Bending length = tip to fracture distance x 2,  Bending height = 3…

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