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Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgery


Welcome to our orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgery Centre, where our team of experienced orthopaedic surgeons provides comprehensive care for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. We specialise in orthopaedic surgery, joint replacement, and various other orthopaedic procedures to help restore mobility and improve quality of life.

Our orthopaedic surgeons are skilled in treating fractures, dislocations, sports injuries, and degenerative conditions affecting the bones, joints, and muscles. We offer advanced techniques, including arthroscopic surgeries, joint replacement and revision surgeries, paediatric orthopaedics, spine surgeries, and trauma care.

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and facilities, our hospital ensures the highest standard of care for our patients. We utilise cutting-edge tools and equipment, such as IITV and Battery Operated Saw System, to enhance surgical precision and patient outcomes.

At our Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgery Centre, we are committed to providing exceptional care and improving the musculoskeletal health of our patients. We strive to restore function, relieve pain, and enhance overall well-being, helping individuals regain an active and fulfilling life.


Orthopedic center with experienced surgeons offering services in

  • Polytrauma, complex and compound fractures
  • Arthroscopic (keyhole surgeries) and sports medicine
  • Joint replacement and revision joint replacement surgeries
  • Paediatric orthopaedics including trauma, congenital deformity correction, and growth modulation
  • Spine surgeries including trauma, deformity correction, degenerative spinal conditions, and minimally invasive spine surgeries
  • Knee replacement
  • Hip replacement


The hospital is equipped with following facilities

  • Surgical Intensive Care Unit
  • 9″ high-frequency II TV
  • HEPA filters to maintain sterility in operation theatre

Our Expert Doctors


When should I consider seeing an orthopaedic doctor?

You should consider seeing an orthopaedic doctor if you experience persistent pain, discomfort, or limited mobility in your bones, joints, muscles, or ligaments. Additionally, if you have sustained an injury, have a deformity, or have been diagnosed with a musculoskeletal condition, an orthopaedic evaluation can provide valuable insights and treatment options.

What can I expect during my first orthopaedic appointment?

During your first orthopaedic appointment, the doctor will review your medical history, perform a physical examination, and may order diagnostic tests such as X-rays, MRI, or CT scans. They will discuss your symptoms, provide a diagnosis, explain available treatment options, and work with you to develop an individualised treatment plan.

What are some common non-surgical treatment options provided by orthopaedic doctors?

Orthopaedic doctors offer various non-surgical treatment options, including physical therapy, pain management techniques, medications, joint injections, bracing or splinting, and activity modification. These interventions aim to reduce pain, improve mobility, and enhance overall function without the need for surgery.

When is surgery recommended for orthopaedic conditions?

Surgery may be recommended for orthopaedic conditions when conservative treatments fail to provide relief or when the condition requires surgical intervention for proper healing. Your orthopaedic doctor will thoroughly evaluate your condition, discuss surgical options, benefits, risks, and expected outcomes to help you make an informed decision.

What is the recovery process like after orthopaedic surgery?

The recovery process after orthopaedic surgery varies depending on the specific procedure performed, the individual’s overall health, and other factors. It typically involves post-operative rehabilitation, physical therapy, pain management, and a gradual return to normal activities. Your orthopaedic doctor will provide detailed post-operative instructions and guide you through the recovery process.

How long does it take to recover from orthopaedic surgery?

The recovery time after orthopaedic surgery varies widely based on the type of surgery, the complexity of the condition, and individual factors. Recovery can range from several weeks to several months. Your orthopaedic doctor will provide an estimate of the expected recovery time based on your specific procedure and circumstances.

Are there any risks or complications associated with orthopaedic surgery?

Like any surgical procedure, orthopaedic surgery carries certain risks and potential complications. These may include infection, bleeding, blood clots, nerve or blood vessel damage, pain, stiffness, or the need for revision surgery. Your orthopaedic doctor will explain the specific risks associated with your procedure and take measures to minimise them.

Can orthopaedic conditions be prevented?

While not all orthopaedic conditions can be prevented, certain preventive measures can reduce the risk of injury or degenerative conditions. Maintaining a healthy weight, engaging in regular exercise,using protective gear during physical activities, and avoiding repetitive stress on joints can help promote musculoskeletal health and prevent certain conditions.

Are there any lifestyle modifications that can improve orthopaedic health?

Yes, certain lifestyle modifications can positively impact orthopaedic health. These include maintaining a balanced diet rich in nutrients, incorporating regular exercise, avoiding tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption, practicing good posture, using proper body mechanics during activities, and taking regular breaks.

How long does a typical orthopaedic appointment last?

The duration of a typical orthopaedic appointment can vary depending on the complexity of the condition and the individual patient’s needs. On average, an initial consultation may last between 30 minutes to an hour, allowing the orthopaedic doctor sufficient time to evaluate your condition, discuss treatment options, and address any questions or concerns you may have.

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