Advancements in medical field have paved way for affordable treatment with faster recovery and better outcomes. Recently a similar example was witnessed at a city hospital in Amravati where a 38 year old man was referred with a condition of subglottic stenosis. He had a history of road accident followed by traumatic intubation which led to stenosis of trachea beyond the vocal cords. CT scan revealed that and the stenosis was 5 cm long and was less than 6 mm in diameter. A team of Interventional Pulmonologists at KRIMS Hospitals which included Dr Ashok Arbat, Dr Vinit Niranjane and Dr Sameer Arbat decided to undertake a procedure of Tracheal Recanalisation with stent placement. The Recanalisation was successfully achieved by using the techniques of Interventional Pulmonology. With the Experienced hands and team work of Dr Ashok Arbat, Dr Vinit Niranjane and Dr Sameer Arbat, Dr Swapnil Bakamwar and anesthetist Dr Daksha Mandhaniya, the patient is now able to breathe properly.