Orthopaedics Joint Replacement
Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement are equipped with well-trained orthopaedicians and a wide array of state-of-the-art technology. We optimize in providing the comprehensive care for several Orthopaedic afflictions including joint replacement surgeries for knee, hip, and shoulder for variety of conditions including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fractures and other diseases.
- • Primary & Revision Joint Replacement Surgeries
- • Arthroscopic Surgery & Sports Medicine
- • Trauma and Complex Fracture Management
- • Joint Reconstruction
- • Joint Salvage Procedures / Surgeries
- • Minimally Invasive Surgeries
- • Computer Assisted Surgeries
- • Deformity Correction
- • Paediatric Ortho Surgeries
- • Spine Reconstruction & Disc Surgeries
Suited up with leading-edge 1.5 Tesla MRI technology
Equipped with the powerful gold standard-DEXA Bone Densitometers upgraded to generate accurate values of bone mineral density and risk for vertebral fracture assessment
Availability of state-of-the art CT portfolio including 500 slice, and 750 HD freedom editions
Outfitted with digital X-Ray services of the latest technology
Orthopaedic Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation
Provision of two comprehensive ultra modern theatres with Laminar Air Flow System, Hepa Filters and Operating Microscopes
Post Surgical ICU
Specialized in dealing rapidly with a post operative recovery & emergencies
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Facility of an ultra-modern inpatient rehabilitation unit strategized by a team of specialized physiotherapists
The term “orthopedic” pertains to muscles, ligaments and joints. Orthopaedic disorders are such diseases, ailments, or injuries which cause foot pain, knee problems, whiplash, torn cartilages, dislocated shoulder, and fibromyalgia.
MOST COMMON ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS
A rheumatic disease with symptoms of pain, limited movement, swelling and pain in connective tissues.
painful, degenerative joint disease experienced by middle aged and older adults.
A disease that causes severe inflammation of the joints.
Definite orthopedic problems associated with breaking of bones.
Low back pain in an orthopedic condition
Restricted mobility and disturbed normal functioning.
Injuries to the muscles and ligaments of the neck, a herniated cervical disk or arthritis.