Orthopedics

Our Centers for Orthopedics and Joint Reconstruction is organized in various sub-specializations for the treatment of disorders of the musculo-skeletal system (muscles, bones &joints). The Hospitals offers dedicated services for Trauma and General Orthopedics, Spine Surgery, Sports Medicine and Joint Reconstruction including Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) for Total Knee Replacement, Total Hip Replacement, Hip Resurfacing, Unicondylar (Partial) Knee Replacement as well as Replacement of Shoulder and Elbow joints. Our Centers regularly carries out arthroscopic procedure for sports and other injuries, limb salvage surgeries for Bone Tumors and reconstruction surgeries for deformities.

All of our hospitals have a dedicated team for the treatment for spinal ailments including Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS), Mobilization Solutions and Spinal Fusion procedures, delivered using some of the most advanced techniques and technologies in this field.

The Hip and Knee Joint Arthroplasty Service at the hospitals provide an unmatched level of proficiency in the treatment of arthritis of the knee and hip. All of our board certified surgeons have accomplished orthopedics amity in the field of joint arthroplasty. Our surgeons recommend knowledge in a series of pain alleviating procedures together with hip resurfacing, partial and total knee/hip replacement, total joint arthroplasty and many more orthopedic surgeries.

Our centers for joint replacement put forward computer Navigation surgery for accurate precision and alignment of components. It offers accurate placement of components in cases with deformities and revision surgeries. Centre also offers patient specific and gender specific Total knee Replacement.

If your knee is ruthlessly damaged by arthritis or injury, it could be tough for you to carry out effortless activities, such as walking or climbing stairs. You might even start to feel pain while you are sitting or lying down. If the nonsurgical treatments like medications and using walking supports are no more helpful, may be taking into consideration for a total knee replacement surgery. Joint replacement surgery is a secure and efficient procedure to alleviate pain, accurate the leg malformation, and assist you start again normal activities.

Partial knee replacement is a prospective alternative for those who seek a more conventional substitute to total knee replacement. A partial knee method refers to a surgery considered to treat just one or two section in a knee, a prospect when osteoarthritis is not present in all three compartments.

Resurfacing refers to implants that eliminate minimum bone by covering the articular surface of an artificial joint. In cautiously chosen patients, a partial knee procedure or a resurfacing approach provides the chance for a smaller incision, extra bone preservation, and a shorter healing period.

Hip replacement, also known as Arthroplasty, is a surgical process to eliminate infected bone tissue and cartilage from the hip joint. In this procedure, the head of the femur (ball) and the acetabulum (socket) are replaced with new or artificial parts (prosthesis) with minute incisions made in front of the hip. In case the fresh joint will cemented into place or uncemented, allowing the bone to develop to the prosthesis, will be decided by the surgeon.

A partial hip replacement may be suggested in case only a single part of the joint is injured or diseased. In most of the cases, the acetabulum is left integral and the head of the femur is replaced, using the components analogous to those which are used in a total hip replacement. The most widespread type of partial hip replacement is called a bipolar prosthesis.

It is an advance technique for hip replacement that has been recently developed is called hip resurfacing. In this process, the socket is replaced alike to a total hip replacement. The femur, though, is enclosed or "resurfaced" with a hemispherical constituent. This fits above the head of the femur and spares the bone of the femoral head and the femoral neck. It is locked to the femur with the help of the cement around the femoral head and has a small stem that bypass into the femoral neck.

Arthroscopy is a common procedure practiced these days for the treatment of the joints. Arthroscopic surgery could be executed on any joint. Common types of arthroscopic surgery include arthroscopies of:-

  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Hip
  • Ankle
  • Elbow
  • Wrist

Our Super Specialized Hospitals have a fully function sports injury clinic and surgeons fully trained in Arthroscopy & sports medicine, where apart from routine procedures advanced procedures like Double Bundle ACL Reconstruction, multiligamentinjuries and Double Row rotator cuff repair, are being conducted.

Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS), does not engross a long incision and it avoids considerable injure to the muscles adjacent to the spine. In the majority cases, this results in a lesser amount of pain after surgery and a quicker recovery

It is typically recommended only when a stage of nonsurgical treatments such as medications and physiotherapy has not relieved the excruciating symptoms occurred by your back problem. Additionally, surgery is only recommended if the doctor can identify the accurate cause of the pain, like a herniated disk or spinal stenosis. Minimally invasive techniques are used for a wider choice of spine treatment procedures, and have been used for general procedure like decompression and spinal fusion.

Our centers offer world class facilities like microdiscectomy, minimally invasive fusion of spine & deformity correction (Scoliosis) which are performed using microscope & special instruments. Surgery and involve minimal muscle cutting and tissue trauma resulting in less pain after surgery & faster recovery.

Deformity correction is related to the procedure of regulating or amending musculoskeletal deformities-generally a leg or foot deformity or ankle deformity, although it can be used for deformities of approximately every part of the body. The deformities addressed by deformity correction generally arise from:

Congenital and developmental deformities: - which are often present at birth and get gradually poorer as the patient ages.

Physical traumas: - like sports injuries, accidents or falls; and diseases such as Osteomyelitis, Obesity, cerebral palsy, diabetes.

OUR Centre specialties in complex surgery of lower upper limbs including deformity correction, limb lengthening, infected gap non unions, CTEV, Hemimelia, Pseudoarthrosis using Illizarov's fixator monoral Jess, orthrofix & other specialized instrumentation.

Now days, limb salvage has been unlimited to patients sternly affected by chronic degenerative bone and joint diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, or that facing diabetic limb amputation. It is a substitute to elimination, Limb reconstruction and salvage permits doctors to treat tumors and complex trauma while preserving the limb. Our proficient doctors perform this surgery by using bone from somewhere else in the body as well as highly developed artificial limb technology to assist bringing back the normal function of the body. Limb salvage procedure involves the elimination of injured bone and replacing it with artificial metal rods or plates or pieces of bone from the patient's own body. Also it utilizes pieces of bone from a donor. In the meanwhile, transplanted bone grows into the patient's residual bone. Limb reconstruction can bring functionality, sensation and proper circulation back to the foot or ankle.

Our Super specialized centers offer highly specialized trauma facilities and emergency care. The centre offers surgery for acute & neglected trauma using A.O. Implants & instrumentation. Our centers also offer limb salvage surgery for tumors& infections.