Overview

The Centre for Joint Replacement, Orthopaedics and Sports Injury is a specialized facility dedicated to treating disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Home to highly experienced Orthopaedic Surgeons with extensive training in Joint Replacement surgery, we are renowned for delivering excellent surgical outcomes. Our multidisciplinary team, including Orthopaedic surgeons, Intensivists, Rehabilitation personnel, and Trained nursing staff, collaborates to provide comprehensive treatment for a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, covering muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and joints.

From routine Orthopedic Surgeries to Complex Trauma Care, Limb Salvage procedures, and Minimal Access & Endoscopic surgeries, we ensure specialized care for each patient. Our focus extends to providing high-quality arthroscopic and minimally invasive joint replacement surgeries, such as Hip and knee replacements, Hip resurfacing, Partial Knee Replacement, and Shoulder, and Elbow Joint replacements. With a commitment to excellence, we strive to address a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, ensuring optimal outcomes and enhanced quality of life for our patients.

Common Orthopedic Conditions Treated

While the conditions listed are common, our expertise also encompasses a wide range of orthopedic issues beyond those mentioned.

1. Osteoarthritis: A degenerative joint disease causing pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

2. Rheumatoid Arthritis: An autoimmune disorder leading to joint inflammation, deformity, and erosion.

3. Fractures: Bone breaks resulting from trauma or overuse, often requiring surgical intervention.

4. Ligament Tears: Injuries to the ligaments connecting bones, commonly affecting the knee (e.g., ACL tears).

5. Tendinopathy: Inflammation of tendons due to repetitive motion or overuse, causing pain and swelling.

6. Cartilage Damage: Injury or deterioration of the cartilage lining the joints, leading to pain and dysfunction.

7. Meniscal Tears: Tears in the meniscus, the cartilage cushioning the knee joint, often occurring during sports activities.

8. Shoulder Impingement: Compression of tendons and ligaments in the shoulder joint, causing pain and restricted movement.

9. Rotator Cuff Tears: Tears in the tendons of the shoulder joint, resulting in weakness and pain during arm movement.

10. Revision Joint Replacement: When earlier surgery of Joint Replacement failed due to various reasons.

11. Minimal Invasive Techniques: For early painless recovery

12. Stress Fractures: Tiny cracks in bones due to repetitive stress, often seen in athletes and military personnel.

Infrastructure
  • Advanced OT rooms equipped with modern surgical technology
  • Updated imaging facilities, including, CT scan, and X-ray machines, for precise diagnosis
  • Specialized equipment for minimally invasive surgeries and joint replacement procedures
  • Highly trained staff
Joint Replacement, Orthopaedics & Sports Injury
Our Services
Joint Replacement
Joint Replacement
Arthroscopic Surgery
Arthroscopic Surgery
Trauma Surgery
Trauma Surgery
Sports Injury Management
Sports Injury Management
Arthritis Management
Arthritis Management
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