Subaraman Ramchandran, MD - Pediatric Spine Surgeon

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Pediatric Spine Surgeon

Dr. Subaraman Ramchandran is a pediatric spine surgeon with the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Center for Spinal Disorders. He earned his medical degree from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences/Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. Dr. Ramchandran completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at Maharashtra University of Health Sciences/Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College and Hospital in Mumbai, India. He then pursued a fellowship in spine surgery at NYU Langone Health, as well as a research fellowship in spine and scoliosis research at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital in New York City. Dr. Ramchandran then acquired advanced training with a fellowship in pediatric spine surgery at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. His clinical interests include complex adult and pediatric spinal deformities, spinal tumors and degenerative spinal pathologies.
Dr. Ramchandran is a member of the AOSpine International and North America, International Society for Advancement of Spine Surgery, North American Spine Society, Association of Spine Surgeons of India and the Bombay Orthopedic Society. His work has been published in more than 20 peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Ramchandran has also written chapters for medical textbooks and presented at medical conferences both nationally and globally.
Dr. Ramchandran is employed by Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists (NCPS), the multispecialty group practice of Nicklaus Children’s Health System. He speaks English, Hindi and Tamil.
The Center for Spinal Disorders at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital provides diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders in children and teens. The center has established itself as one of the most experienced and successful in the nation in treating spine disorders in children. In fact, the program was instrumental in developing surgical spine treatments now in use around the world and continues to contribute extensively to clinical research to advance treatment practice. The team is among national leaders using dashboard reporting with colleagues around the country to develop best practice guidelines. These standards have been implemented and significantly decreased length of hospital stays after scoliosis surgery.

Ramchandran, S., George, S., Braun, B., et al (2023). Is there an anatomic basis for the different behavior of Lenke types 1AR and 1AL in idiopathic scoliosis? A study on facet joint tropism influence. Spine Deformity, 12(1), 159-164. View in Pubmed

Keshavarzi, S., Ramchandran, S., Spardy, J., et al (2023). Utilization of pre-operative MRI to identify AIS patients at highest risk of intra-operative neuromonitoring alert. Spine Deformity, 11(6), 1419-1426. View in Pubmed

George, S., Ramchandran, S., Mihas, A., et al (2021). Topical tranexemic acid reduces intra-operative blood loss and transfusion requirements in spinal deformity correction in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Spine Deformity, 9(5), 1387-1393. View in Pubmed

Mihas, A., Ramchandran, S., Rivera, S., et al (2021). Safe and effective performance of pediatric spinal deformity surgery in patients unwilling to accept blood transfusion: a clinical study and review of literature. BMC musculoskeletal disorders, 22(1), 204. View in Pubmed

Ramchandran, S., Monsour, A., Mihas, A., et al (2021). Impact of Supine Radiographs to Assess Curve Flexibility in the Treatment of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Global Spine Journal, 12(8), 1731-1735. View in Pubmed

Ameri, B., Shufflebarger, H.L., ..., Ramchandran, S. (2021). Late spinal infections following posterior spinal fusion in pediatric deformities: treatment using single-stage titanium implant exchange. Spine Deformity, 9(3), 751-755. View in Pubmed

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Nicklaus Children's Orthopedic Spine Center
3100 SW 62 Avenue - Research Bldg 1st Floor
Miami, FL 33155
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Fellowship - Hospital for Joint Diseases Orth. Inst.
Fellowship - Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Research Fellow - Hospital for Joint Diseases Orth. Inst.
Research Fellow - University of Virginia
Medical School - Seth G.S. Medical College


American Board of Orthopaedic Surg (Ortho Surg) - Board Eligible