Our team of highly-professional and esteemed doctors provide medical consultation in the following departments:
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 Injury
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 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 Trauma and Fracture
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
- General and Laparoscopic Surgery
- Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery