Dr. Nitin Kimmatkar

Bone And Joint Care
His core competencies are Peri articular and long bone fractures, Pelvi acetabular fractures, Geriatric fractures with multisystem involvements Paediatric fractures, Polytrauma associated with head and chest injuries, Complications associated with orthopaedic surgeries
Consultant Surgeon Orthopaedic Trauma and joint reconstruction Associate Professor Member AOTrauma, Member AOSpine, Member Orthopaedic Trauma Association (USA), Member Asian Association for Dynamic Osteosynthesis (Hong Kong)
15 Years
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Monday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Tuesday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Wednesday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Thursday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Friday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Saturday: From 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM

Professional Experience

Dr. Nitin Kimmatkar is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and was working in medical college for 15 years in various capacities from assistant, to associate and full-time Professor in the Department of orthopedics in IGGMC, GMC Nagpur.  He has worked for four years as a trauma surgeon in the Trauma Care center GMC Nagpur. He has been faculty in the AO Trauma division of the AO Foundation for Basic and Advance Courses. He was also international faculty in AO Soft Tissue reconstruction. DR Nitin Kimmatkar has undergone many specialty courses at the International level in Orthopaedics. He has done a prestigious AO Trauma fellowship at John Hunter hospital in New Castle Australia.



  1. Primary synchronous multicentric giant cell tumor of tarsal bones. – Foot and Ankle Surgery 2002 8:133-136.
  2. Efficacy and tolerability of Boswellia serrata extract in the treatment of Osteoarthritis of the knee. (A randomized double-blind placebo control trial.) Phytomedicine, January 2003
  3. Unstable subtrochanteric femoral fracture fixation using gamma nail. The antiseptic March 2003.
  4. Efficacy and tolerability of Rofecoxib gel in the treatment of acute musculoskeletal pain: an open-label comparison with diclofenac gel. The antiseptic December 2002.
  5. Congenital Clubfoot in infancy. The antiseptic November 2002.
  6. Effect of an herbal combination containing Cissus quadrangularis in fracture healing. The antiseptic September 2002.
  7. Topical therapy with rofecoxib gel (1%) in the management of acute musculoskeletal pain. The antiseptic March 2002.
  8. Thoracic spinal cord injury in a patient with ankylosing spondylitis. Orthopaedics Today Jan-Mar2002.
  9. Current concepts in the treatment of fractures of the distal humerus. Orthopaedics Today Jan-Mar 2001.
  10. Evaluation of closed reduction techniques in femoral neck fractures. Orthopaedics Today Apr-Jun 2001
  11. Management of tuberculosis of the lumbosacral spine. The antiseptic April 2001.
  12. Bone density changes in postmenopausal women. The antiseptic December 2000.
  13. Primary hyperparathyroidism with pathological fracture – a case report. The antiseptic October 2000.
  14. Ipsilateral fractures of femur and tibia. The antiseptic June 2000
  15. Diaphyseal Femoral intramedullary Nailing; Closed or open intervention. International journal of scientific study Feb 2014
  16. Incidence of surgical site infection in IPD orthopedics patients undergoing implant Surgery. International Archives of biomedical and clinical research; 2017 3(4):135-138 2017
  17.   Evaluation of osteoporosis by bone mineral density in men: A retrospective study in a tertiary care center. International Archives of biomedical and clinical research; 2018;  4(1):147-149. 2018
  18. Arthroscopic Ankle arthrodesis in ankle joint arthritis. EAS Journal of orthopedic and physiotherapy vol-2 issue. 3,   May- June 2020
  19. A Double tension band technique for patellar fractures – a new concept. Surgical Science, 2020, 11,127-132