With over 12 years of experience, Dr. Subhash Jangid is a Senior Consultant associated with the Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon, in its Joint Replacement and Orthopedics Department. With degrees of MBBS & MS from Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner, Rajasthan, DNB (Orthopedic Surgery) from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, MRCS from Royal College of Surgeons Physicians, Glasgow, UK, and M Ch (Orthopedic) from the American Institute of Medicine, USA, Dr. Jangid is a renowned Orthopedic Surgeon of the country. He was a bright student throughout his academic years and was in the state merit list for both the Secondary & Senior Secondary Levels. He also topped his batch at AIIMS in December 2002. His areas of expertise include Joint Replacement Surgery (Arthroplasty) with Computer Navigation, Newer Bearings for Younger Patients, and Arthroscopic (Key Hole) Joint Surgery. He is the only Orthopedic Surgeon in India who uses NAV 3 Computer Navigation for Joint Replacement Surgery, which is the world's most advanced Computer Navigation System for this type of surgery. He was also India's first Orthopedic Surgeon to use Bone Graft Substitute for Tumor patients. Before joining the Artemis Hospital he was associated with the Fortis Hospital and the Primus Hospital in New Delhi. Currently, he is also a visiting faculty to the Nnamd iAzikawe University Teaching Hospital at Nnewi, Nigeria. Dr. Jangid is a member of various renowned organizations including the Royal College of Physicians Surgeons (Glasgow, UK), Indian Orthopedic Association, Indian Society of Hip & Knee Surgeons, Indian Federation of Sports Medicine, National Academy of Medical Sciences, Delhi Orthopedic Association, Bombay Orthopedic Society, Rajasthan Orthopedic Surgeons Association, and Gurgaon Orthopedic Society. Dr. Jangid has also been bestowed with many awards. He was awarded the Gold medal for Free Paper Presentation in APOA 2012 (Golden Jubilee Conference of Asia-Pacific Orthopedic Association) for his presentation titled Component Alignment in Computer-Navigated Knee Arthroplasty: A Prospective, Randomized Study Comparing Two Navigation Systems. His paper on Percutaneous Vertebroplasty: A Simple Solution to Difficult Problem, presented in IOACON 2004 (Annual Conference of Indian Orthopedic Association) was accepted for A.A. Mehta Gold Medal Competition for the best paper.