Orthopedic Surgery

We offer the most comprehensive range of Musculoskeletal Care to our patients through our expertise.
We have a multispecialty group of surgical, research and clinical consultants working together in an integrated setting to provide the highest quality of care to our valued patients.
We offer patients the opportunity to consult with orthopaedic surgeons and rheumatologists and  provide services such as hand surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedic oncology (specialising in limb-salvage surgery for bone and soft-tissue tumours), neurology, physical therapy, endocrinology, radiology, pain management, specialised nursing care and nutritional support, in a manner to offer highly individualised care to one and all.
We are renowned for our success with Advanced orthopaedic surgery, joint replacement surgery, arthroscopic surgery, paediatric orthopaedics, sports medicine and sports injury treatment and a comprehensive arthritis management programme.

Orthopedic Surgery

We offer expert diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of bone, musculoskeletal, and joint disorders. Our orthopedic team specializes in both surgical and non-surgical treatments, doing what is best for you. Our team will help you with the correct diagnosis for symptoms such as shoulder pain, back pain, joint pain, tailbone pain, leg cramps, stiff neck, wrist pain, hip pain. We specialize in arthroscopy, providing recovery from trauma, spinal cord injuries, and joint replacement surgery for people who are no longer able to relieve pain with non-surgical treatments. Computer navigation surgeries performed by our experts help our patients experience less post-operative pain, less scarring, and a quicker return to normal activities. We also provide specialized orthopedic care for pregnant women, as pregnancy can put a lot of stress on a woman’s body from the added weight. Our team of orthopedic surgeons has experience performing more than 5,000 surgeries. We also treat acute and chronic sports injuries.

Orthopedic Services We Offer

1. Joint Replacement and Preservation

Joint replacement surgery is a procedure to remove and replace damaged joints with an artificial joint made of metal, plastic, or ceramic. On the other hand, joint-sparing surgery is a procedure to preserve the deteriorating natural joint. Computer-assisted joint replacement and preservation procedures are offered for rapid recovery, independent range of motion, and early discharge.

2. Sports Medicine

Sports medicine offers rapid diagnosis, treatment, and management of sports or exercise-related injuries. These can be caused by accidents, not warming up before exercise, using improper tools or techniques. Precision non-surgical and surgical interventions are offered with 24/7 emergency services to enable rapid intervention and avoid the long-term impact of injury, as well as restore maximum function.

3. Foot and Ankle

Foot and ankle problems are very common and can be caused by a simple fall or chronic problems such as ligament problems and osteoarthritis. Medical and surgical interventions, including minimally invasive treatments and day care procedures, are offered to treat conditions of the foot and ankle.

4. Shoulder, Neck, and Back

Shoulder, neck, and back conditions can be caused by lifestyle factors such as poor posture, and pre-existing conditions such as arthritis and trauma. These conditions can affect anyone at any age and can become chronic without prompt treatment. We offer comprehensive orthopedic care and rehabilitation support with a focus on strength endurance and extension.

5. Pediatric Orthopedics

Pediatric orthopedics is the evaluation, treatment, and management of congenital and acquired orthopedic problems in children and infants. We offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to treat a wide range of pediatric musculoskeletal problems, ranging from more routine issues like flat feet to complex problems like scoliosis.

6. Geriatric Orthopedics

Geriatric orthopedics is the branch of science that deals with the musculoskeletal health of the elderly. We offer comprehensive care that encompasses the diagnosis, prevention, management, rehabilitation, and physiotherapy of acute diseases, chronic diseases, disabilities, and frailties that afflict old age.

7. Spine Surgery and Treatments

Spinal surgeries and treatments not only reduce pain and discomfort but also prevent symptoms from getting worse. We provide real-time, high-precision robot-assisted spine surgeries for a wide range of conditions, including degenerative conditions, injuries, and cancers.

8. Pain Management

Pain is an unavoidable aspect of having an orthopedic condition. To assist patients in managing any chronic or post-operative pain, we have a dedicated pain management department. Our pain management experts work with your primary care team or surgeons to help with your recovery and provide effective pain relief for a better treatment experience.

9. Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology.

Rheumatology is the specialty that deals with inflammatory and noninflammatory disorders that affect the bones, joints, muscles, and soft tissues, such as autoimmune diseases and disorders of bone metabolism. Treatment alternatives may include medication, the use of braces or braces, and lifestyle modifications.

10. Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

For both surgical and non-surgical patients, we offer specialized in-house physiotherapy treatment. Our rehabilitation and physical therapy services aim to improve mobility, strength and flexibility while reducing impact and pain in the long term. Our physiotherapists offer personalized guidance to each patient through unhurried consultations and individual therapy sessions.

11. Orthopedic Oncology

Orthopedic oncology is concerned with the risk assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of benign and malignant tumors of bone and soft tissue. We offer comprehensive treatment according to the type and stage of cancer. Our oncologists work closely with our orthopedists to design a patient-centered cancer care plan.

Why Choose us For Orthopedic Care?

We provide compassionate care guided by research, the expertise of our orthopedic surgeons, and advanced technologies such as computer-guided procedures.

Department Highlights:

Experts Specializing In Joint Replacement, Cold Trauma, Spinal Surgery, Sports Injury Management, Foot and Ankle Disorders, Pediatric Orthopedic, Orthopedic Oncology
Multidisciplinary Team Approach
Computer Assisted Navigation For Exceptional Surgical Results
Free Fracture Risk Assessment Technology
Full and Fast Recovery Guaranteed
Nursery and Arthroscopic Procedures
World Class Physiotherapy Center
Complete Post-Operative Rehabilitation Support

FAQs on Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery is a medical specialty that involves the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, which includes injuries and conditions affecting the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Orthopedic surgeons use surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat a wide range of orthopedic conditions, such as fractures, dislocations, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, torn ligaments, and sports injuries. The goal of orthopedic surgery is to relieve pain, restore mobility, and improve the quality of life for patients.

Common orthopedic conditions include:

  1. Arthritis
  2. Osteoporosis
  3. Fractures
  4. Sprains and strains
  5. Torn ligaments and tendons
  6. Herniated discs
  7. Spinal stenosis
  8. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  9. Rotator cuff injuries
  10. Tennis elbow
  11. Plantar fasciitis
  12. Scoliosis
  13. Bunions
  14. Hip dysplasia
  15. Clubfoot.

Orthopedic surgery involves a range of procedures that are used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Some common orthopedic surgeries include:

  1. Joint replacement surgery, such as knee replacement or hip replacement
  2. Arthroscopy, which is a minimally invasive surgery used to diagnose and treat joint problems
  3. Spinal fusion surgery, which is used to join two or more vertebrae together to stabilize the spine
  4. Fracture repair surgery, which is used to repair broken bones
  5. Rotator cuff repair surgery, which is used to repair tears in the rotator cuff tendons in the shoulder
  6. Ligament reconstruction surgery, which is used to reconstruct torn ligaments in the knee or other joints
  7. Cartilage restoration surgery, which is used to repair damaged cartilage in joints.

These are just a few examples of the many types of orthopedic surgeries that are performed to help patients regain mobility and reduce pain.

If you are experiencing joint pain, stiffness, or have suffered an injury to the bones, joints, muscles, or ligaments, you may need to see an orthopedic surgeon. Other reasons to see an orthopedic surgeon may include limited mobility, muscle weakness, or deformities in the limbs or spine. It is best to consult with your primary care physician first, who can evaluate your condition and refer you to an orthopedic surgeon if necessary.

Orthopedic surgery, like any other surgical procedure, carries some risks. Some of the common risks associated with orthopedic surgery include infection, bleeding, blood clots, nerve damage, and problems with anesthesia. Additionally, there is a risk of failure of the surgical procedure, requiring further surgery. The risk of complications is generally higher in older adults, individuals with chronic medical conditions, and those who smoke. It is important to discuss the potential risks with your orthopedic surgeon before undergoing any surgery.

The length of a typical orthopedic surgery can vary depending on the type of procedure being performed. Some surgeries may only take a few hours, while others may take several hours or even multiple days to complete. Your surgeon can give you an estimated time frame for your specific procedure.

Orthopedic surgery can be painful during the recovery period. However, pain is usually managed through medication and physical therapy. The level of pain also depends on the type of surgery, individual pain tolerance, and post-operative care. In general, patients should expect some discomfort and pain during the first few days or weeks after the surgery.

The recovery time for orthopedic surgery depends on the type and complexity of the procedure, as well as the individual patient’s health and adherence to post-operative care instructions. In general, it can take several weeks to several months for full recovery. During this time, patients may need to use assistive devices like crutches or walkers, participate in physical therapy, and take pain medication as prescribed. It is important to follow all post-operative instructions and attend follow-up appointments to ensure proper healing and to address any potential complications.

Yes, you will need to have follow-up appointments after orthopedic surgery. Your orthopedic surgeon will provide you with specific instructions on when to schedule these appointments and what to expect during them. These follow-up appointments are important for monitoring your progress and ensuring that your recovery is going as planned. During these appointments, your surgeon will examine your surgical site, monitor your healing progress, and may order additional tests or imaging to assess your recovery. They may also provide you with instructions on physical therapy or other rehabilitation exercises to help you regain your strength and mobility.

Yes, some orthopedic surgeries can be done on an outpatient basis, depending on the specific procedure and the patient’s overall health. Outpatient surgery means that you can go home the same day as the surgery. Your orthopedic surgeon will discuss the details of the surgery with you, including whether or not it can be done on an outpatient basis.

The type of anesthesia used for orthopedic surgery depends on the specific procedure being performed and the patient’s medical history. General anesthesia, which puts the patient to sleep, is commonly used for more invasive procedures, while regional anesthesia, which numbs only the area being operated on, is used for less invasive procedures. In some cases, a combination of both types of anesthesia may be used. The anesthesia provider will discuss the options and risks with the patient prior to the surgery.

No, patients are typically put under general anesthesia during orthopedic surgery and are therefore unconscious during the procedure.

Yes, many orthopedic surgeries can be performed with the assistance of a robotic system. The robot provides the surgeon with a highly accurate and precise tool to perform procedures such as joint replacement, spinal surgery, and bone reconstruction. Robotic-assisted surgery can offer several benefits, including smaller incisions, less blood loss, reduced pain, and faster recovery times. However, not all orthopedic procedures can be performed with a robot, and the decision to use this technology is made on a case-by-case basis by the surgeon.

During your initial consultation with an orthopedic surgeon, you can expect to discuss your medical history, current symptoms, and any previous treatments you have received. Your orthopedic surgeon will also perform a physical examination to assess your range of motion, muscle strength, and joint stability. They may also request imaging tests such as X-rays, MRIs, or CT scans to help diagnose your condition. Once your diagnosis is confirmed, your surgeon will discuss treatment options with you, which may include surgery, medication, physical therapy, or other non-invasive treatments. You should also use this opportunity to ask any questions or voice any concerns you may have about your condition or treatment plan.

The length of hospital stay following orthopedic surgery varies depending on the type and complexity of the surgery, as well as individual factors such as age and overall health. Some procedures can be done as outpatient surgeries, allowing patients to go home the same day, while others may require a hospital stay of several days or even weeks. Your orthopedic surgeon will discuss the expected length of your hospital stay with you prior to the surgery. It is important to follow post-operative instructions and attend follow-up appointments to ensure a smooth recovery.

The time frame for returning to work after orthopedic surgery varies depending on the specific surgery and the individual’s occupation. It is important to discuss this with your orthopedic surgeon. In general, individuals who have sedentary jobs may be able to return to work within a few weeks, while those with physically demanding jobs may need several months of recovery time before returning to work. It is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions regarding activity level and return to work to ensure a successful recovery.

The cost of orthopedic surgery in India varies depending on the specific procedure, the location of the hospital, and the experience of the surgeon. However, in general, the cost of orthopedic surgery in India is much lower than in other countries. The cost of knee replacement surgery, for example, can range from Rs. 2 lakhs to Rs. 4 lakhs, while the cost of hip replacement surgery can range from Rs. 3 lakhs to Rs. 6 lakhs. It is best to consult with a specific hospital or surgeon to get a more accurate estimate of the cost of a specific procedure.

There are several lifestyle changes that can help improve orthopedic health. These include:

  1. Regular exercise: Exercise can help strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and reduce the risk of injury.
  2. Maintaining a healthy weight: Excess weight puts extra pressure on joints and can lead to problems such as arthritis.
  3. Eating a balanced diet: A diet rich in nutrients can help keep bones and muscles healthy.
  4. Wearing proper footwear: Shoes that provide adequate support can help reduce the risk of foot and ankle injuries.
  5. Using proper posture: Good posture can help reduce strain on the spine and joints.
  6. Quitting smoking: Smoking can slow down the healing process and increase the risk of complications after surgery.
  7. Avoiding repetitive motions: Repeatedly performing the same motions can cause strain and lead to injuries.

Orthopedic surgery, like any surgical procedure, comes with potential risks and complications. These can include infection, bleeding, blood clots, nerve damage, and reactions to anesthesia. There is also a risk of complications specific to the type of orthopedic surgery being performed. For example, joint replacement surgery may include the risk of dislocation or implant failure, while spinal surgery may involve the risk of paralysis or loss of sensation. Your orthopedic surgeon will discuss the potential risks and complications of your specific surgery with you during your consultation.

The success of orthopedic surgery depends on several factors, including the type and severity of the condition being treated, the skill and experience of the surgeon, and the patient’s overall health and ability to follow post-operative instructions. In general, orthopedic surgery has a high success rate and can lead to significant improvement in function and pain relief for many patients. However, as with any surgery, there is always a risk of complications, and some patients may not experience the desired outcome. It is important for patients to have a clear understanding of the potential risks and benefits of orthopedic surgery before making a decision to undergo the procedure.

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