Orthopedics and Joint Replacement

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Orthopedics and Joint Replacement

The Department of Orthopaedics & Trauma is known for advanced joint replacement surgery and significant complex trauma, including pelvic-acetabular fracture management, arthroscopic knee surgeries, pediatric orthopedic surgeries, spine surgeries, deformity correction, and bone tumor management. We provide expert care in managing both simple and complex injuries to the musculoskeletal system. In addition, our round-the-clock accident and trauma management services offer the highest level of all possible care to seriously injured patients.

Treatments and Procedures

Trauma and Emergencies

Joint Replacement Surgeries

Keyhole surgeries for joints

Pediatric Ortho Care

Pain clinic

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Orthopedics and Joint Replacement

The department of Orthopaedics & Trauma is known for advanced joint replacement surgery, major complex trauma including pelvic-acetabular fracture management, arthroscopic knee surgeries, paediatric orthopaedic surgeries, spine surgeries, deformity correction and bone tumour management. We provide expert care in the management of both simple and complex injuries to the musculoskeletal system. Our round the clock accident and trauma management services offer the highest level of all possible care to the seriously injured patients.

Treatments and Procedures

Trauma and Emergencies

Joint Replacement Surgeries

Keyhole surgeries for joints

Pediatric Ortho Care

Pain clinic

WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR JOINTS

INCREASE FLEXIBILITY

When a stiff joint causes inflammation and weakens the muscles protecting the joints, stretching is the best way to keep your body flexible and maintain motion around the joints.

LISTEN TO YOUR JOINTS

Avoid being overactive and know when to stop a particular movement. Sometimes, "no pain, no gain" can lead to problems if not addressed early. So, do not strain your joints.

WATCH YOUR WEIGHT

Keeping your weight within a healthy range is the best thing you can do for your joints. Exercise regularly and maintain your weight to reduce the pressure on your knees, hips, and back.