Dr. R.R. Saggar is working as consultant & Head of Orthopaedics Department at Shrimann Superspeciality Hospital, Jalandhar, India.
Medical School :
Dr. R.R. Saggar did his Medical graduation from Dayanand Medical college and Hospital, Ludhiana in 1989. Then he did his Post graduation in Orthopaedics in 1992
He worked as senior resident, then consultant and senior consultant in Mohan Dai Oswal Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, Ludhiana from April 1993 to March 2003.He worked as consultant Orthopaedics Surgeon at Patel Multispeciality Hospital, Jaland
He did his AO fellowship in trauma from University Hospital, Regensburg, Germany in 1995. He did his fellowship in orthopaedic oncology from cancer Institue Hospital, Tokyo, Japan under prof. Noriyoshi Kawaguchi. He has his observer-ship in orthopaedic o
Awards and Certificates
He has presented many papers in various national and international conferences. He has been faculty member in various AO trauma courses and Orthopaedic oncology symposias in India. His main field of interest is limb salvage surgery in bone tumors and spine oncology.
Scientific Secretary of Ludhiana Orthopaedic Association, 1997.
Executive committee Member of Punjab Orthopaedic Association 1999-2000.
Joint Secretary of Punjab Orthopaedic Association 2008-2009.
Co-chairman of oncology section of Indian Orthopaedic Association 2013-2014.
Registered reviewer for oncology section of Indian Journal of Orthopaedics.
President Elect of Punjab Orthopaedic Association 2015-2016.
President of Punjab Orthopaedic Association 2016-17.
Executive committee member of North Zone Orthopaedic Association 2017-2018.
Best Paper Award
“Interlocking Nailing without C-Arm- some Honest Confessions”-this paper was judges as the best paper in free paper session held during 19th Annual conference of North Zone Chapter of Indian Orthopaedic association held at Dayanand Medical college and hospital, Ludhiana on February 25-27, 2000.
Best Case Presentation Award at Italy
He presented a case on bone tumors (Ewings Sarcoma of proximal tibia), randomly selected by the organisers given to him for presentation, in competition among 165 attending foreign delegates on last day of 5th joint IOR/MSKCC/HSS XXVII Course on musculoskeletal pathology at Institutoortopedico Rizzoli Bologna- Italy on January 26-30th, 2015. His examiners were Dr. M. Manfrini, Dr. P.Picci & Dr. J.H. Healy and he was judged as the best case presentor among 10 presentators of different teams.