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Super Speciality - Orthopaedics

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure required to diagnose and/ or treat joint abnormalities. The term “arthroscopy” is derived from two Greek words: “arthro” meaning joint and “skopein” meaning “to look”. A viewing instrument called arthroscope is used to examine the internal structure of a joint. Usually this surgery is performed in the outpatient setting by orthopedic surgeons. Arthroscopy can be performed using local, spinal, regional or general anaesthetic.

Sports Medicine
Although exercise and sports are good for a person, sometimes they get injured during these activities due to many reasons like poor training practices, accidents, improper gear etc. The most common types of sport related injuries are ankle injury, hamstring injuries, groin pull, golfer's elbow, running injuries, rotator cuff tear, shin splints, head injury, skier's thumb, dislocated shoulders, muscle strain, ligament injuries.

Complex orthopedic trauma refers to the most complex fractures and fracture-related to health conditions like malunions, deformity correction, post-traumatic arthritis, nonunions, infections, pelvis/hip reconstruction, joint arthrodesis, foot/ankle reconstruction and limb lengthening.

Joint Replacement
Joint Replacement surgeries are becoming very common day-by-day. It refers to the surgical procedure where a damaged joint would be removed and a new one will be put in its place. Sometimes not the whole joint, but parts of the arthritic or damaged joint may be removed and replaced with a ceramic, plastic or metal device known as prosthesis.

Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures
Pelvic and acetabular fractures are considered amongst the most serious orthopedic injuries. A break in the socket portion of the “ball-and-socket” hip joint is known as an acetabular fracture. Many of the pelvic and acetabular fractures are the result of some type of high-energy event/accident like a car collision and require precise orthopedic treatment, sometimes one or more surgeries.

Spine surgery is the surgery of the spine. Usually chronic back pain, for a long period of time, is the primary cause leading to a spine surgery. Although the majority of back problems can be treated with non-surgical or conservative therapies, but spine surgery seems to be the only option, sometimes. The common causes that can injure a spine are aging, trauma and structural abnormalities, improper body mechanics etc.


Radiology is a term used to diagnose or treat a condition/disease/abnormality using a number of imaging techniques like computed tomography (CT), X-ray radiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, ultrasound etc.

Ultra Sound
An ultrasound is a medical imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body in order to diagnose the cause of any pain, swelling or infection. There is no radiation used in ultrasound and as such, it is the preferred mode of viewing a growing foetus during pregnancy. Often, an ultrasound is used to get an inside view of the human brain, bladder, gallbladder, ovaries, pancreas, liver, kidneys, spleen, uterus, blood vessels etc.

HD X-Ray
X-radiation or X-rays is a form of electromagnetic radiation that can pass through the human body in order to produce shadow-like images of many organs and bones and to diagnose the signs of any injury or disease. X-ray images captured through high definition (HD) machines deliver precise and accurate results.

Color Doppler Imaging
Color Doppler Imaging is a non-invasive technique that helps to measure blood flow velocity in arteries, veins or small orbital vessels. One of the most common uses of this imaging process is to take images of the movement of blood through the heart, arteries and veins. This imaging technique has been found to be of immense value in many clinical conditions with respect to assessing blood flow.

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General Surgery

General surgery is the discipline of surgery that puts focus on abdomen and its contents, alimentary tract, breast, skin and soft tissues, head and neck, vascular system and endocrine system. It also focuses on comprehensive management of trauma that includes musculoskeletal, hand, and head injuries.

Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery, a modern surgical technique is performed with minimal invasion. A laparoscope is used to view the affected area that needs surgical treatment. Due to small incisions, a person’s exposure to pain and hemorrhaging are reduced. And his/her chances of recovering faster increases.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Obstetrics and gynaecologic surgery are procedures that are performed for treating a number of conditions that affect the female reproductive organs, primary of those being the vagina, the uterus, the ovaries, the vulva and the fallopian tubes. Gynaecology relates to the general healthcare of women and thus it is a broader field. On the other hand, obstetric refers to the branch of medicine that centers on women during childbirth, pregnancy and postpartum period.

  • OPT consultant for Obstetric
  • Consultant surgery for Gynaecology
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General Medicine

General Medicine is the specialty that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of adult diseases. At Niramaya Care, the department of General Medicine is open during regular working hours.


ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) and neck surgery refers to the surgical management and treatment of patients who are diagnosed with diseases of the ears, nose, sinuses, larynx, mouth and throat and structures of the neck.

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Uro surgery is a specialty that focuses on the treatment of health conditions that involve the female and male urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.


Physiotherapy or physical therapy, performed by physical therapists is a medical specialty that uses movements, mechanical force and physical methods like heat treatment, massage and exercise. Physiotherapists help patients to manage pain, prevent disease and resume to a normal, healthy life.

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