Who We Are:

The AVN FOUNDATION is dedicated to spreading awareness, sharing information and advancing access to the most innovative treatment option and quality care and cure in order to help people suffering from Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of Hip Joint, a progressively degenerative condition that induces chronic pain and immobility.
There are increasingly higher incidences of Avascular Neccrosis (AVN) due to the changes in lifestyles and eating habits. Further, it has been observed that in the recent times, more and more young population started showing up with the complicacies of Avascular Neccrosis (AVN). This situation is very alarming, as the younger population has to live a much ‘productive life’ for a much ‘longer time’. But, due to the disease affected compromised life; their productivity gets adversely affected, which is a big burden to the family and society at large.
AVN FOUNDATION aims at eradicating the burden of AVN disease through education, awareness, and access to ‘care and cure’ projects. This platform will provide knowledge about the disease, its causes, treatment options, experience of the treated patient and link patients to the expert orthopaedicians for the betterment of life. We intend to make an impactful contribution to pain patients, their family members, caregivers and medical professionals through supporting education, awareness programs, overall knowledge and early cure of AVN.
We are optimistic that AVN FOUNDATION will impact the lives of million people suffering with progressively degenerative Avascular Necrosis (AVN). Whether you are an AVN patient or you are a caregiver, a family member or friend of someone you know diagnosed with AVN; we’ll help you face the challenges and life changes of AVN.
Our members include the patients who were cured, patients who are suffering, centre of excellence doctors, trained counselors.

AVN Foundation Mission:

“To bring all the people suffering from Avascular Necrosis of Hip Joint on the same platform to share and support through important educational events, resources, and access to care and cure projects early.”

AVN Foundation Vision:

“A society without the burden of ‘compromised activities of daily living and immobility’ arising from progressively degenerative Avascular Necrosis (AVN).”

AVN Foundation Goal:

The goal is to bring patients back the ability to perform their activities of daily living (ADL) and to provide full opportunities and appropriate supports to access right treatment for a cure.