Dr (Prof) Ameet Kishore is a graduate of the AFMC (Pune) and was awarded the medal for ENT. He obtained his higher surgical training in ENT Surgery in the UK and attained Fellowships of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh as well as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
He has received special training and experience in Microscopic Ear surgery, Neuro-Otology, Cochlear Implants, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and in Paediatric ENT at various centres in UK, Europe and USA.
He was trained at the National Centre for Cochlear Implantation (UK) since 1995 and thus has extensive experience in management of deafness and in cochlear implantation. He set up and is the lead surgeon for the cochlear and hearing implant programme (for children and adults) at Apollo Hospitals. He has over 1800 cochlear implant recipients in this programme.
His team is particularly experienced in management of complex cochlear situations and is the only active programme in North India for Auditory Brainstem Implantation.
This programme also provides Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA), Bonebridge and Vibrant Soundbridge middle ear implants as options for patients with hearing loss.
Dr Kishore has large experience in endoscopic nasal and sinus surgical procedures like Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) and Balloon Sinuplasty. Also performs advanced endoscopic procedures such as orbital decompression, optic nerve decompression, dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR), endoscopic closure of CSF leaks and endoscopic pituitary tumour surgery.
He was trained at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow in the Paediatric ENT, and is competent in the management of the child with common ENT problems as well as complex conditions that affect the paediatric ear, nose, throat and airway.
Is experienced in the management of conditions and lumps of the head and neck, salivary and thyroid gland. Well versed in microlaryngeal surgery and phonosurgical techniques for hoarseness.
He held the post of Consultant and Sr Lecturer at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary University Hospital for a number of years before returning to India, having spent over 15 years overseas.
His academic profile includes 6 book chapters, over 30 articles in peer reviewed journals and numerous presentations at National and International Conferences.
With over 25 years of ENT experience, he is Sr Consultant in ENT & Neurotology at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi and the Founder Director & Lead Consultant of Adventis ENT, Head Neck & Cochlear Implant Clincs.
He was also the Hon. Secretary of the Cochlear Implant Group of India.
My experience with cochlear implant My name is Gerald Andrew; I am 29 year old male Tanzanian. Last year (2009) was one of the most memorable for me. It’s when I received my cochlear implant at Apollo hospital in New Delhi after Read More »
I wanted to thank you immensely for the help that you provided to my father and thus to our family by giving him the gift of hearing. He is now recovering well and is able to hear all the conversations as normally as anyone else can.
My father, underwent a Stapedotomy ear surgery to correc ct his hearing problem, first in one ear and then 6 months later in the other. The result of the surgery was better than expected and post full recovery my father is able to hear very well. Read More »
My experience with cochlear implant My name is Gerald Andrew; I am 29 year old male Tanzanian. Last year (2009) was one of the most memorable for me. It’s when I received my cochlear implant at Apollo hospital in New Delhi after more than three years of hearing loss. Everyone’s experience with coch hlear implant is a bit different therefore, am happy to share mine with anybody out there, from the moment I lost my hearing, my experience during my stay at Apollo Hospital and one year later on, after cochlear implant. Read More »