Orthopaedic Treatment and Services

Joint Replacement

  • Computer navigated and minimally invasive total knee replacement
  • Unicondylar knee replacement surgery-bone preserving surgery
  • Total hip replacement (including alternative bearing surface like including metal on mental, ceramic on ceramic & proxima hip resurfacing)
  • Revision knee and hip replacement surgery
  • Total shoulder replacement
  • Total elbow replacement
  • Finger joint replacement surgery

Spine Surgery

  • Microdiscectomy
  • Endoscopic Spine Surgery
  • Corrective Surgery for Scoliosis
  • Disc Replacement
  • Comprehensive Management of Spine Injuries
  • Computer Navigation aided Spine Instrumentation and other procedures

Trauma and Fracture Surgery

  • Traditional fracture fixation using AO swiss implants
  • Advanced plates & screws (AO)-locking comprehensive plates and screws
  • Closed locked intramedullary nails
  • Minimal invasive surgery in fracture fixation
  • Corrective surgery of malunion and non union fractures
  • Acute fracture management-shaft fractures, intra articular fractures, pelvis and acetabulum fractures and open fractures

Arthroscopic Surgery

  • Key hole surgery for knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle disorders
  • Arthoscopic cruciate ligament reconstruction
  • Arthoscopic meniscectomy & meniscal repair
  • Arthoscopic synovectomy
  • Arthoscopic removal of loose bodies
  • Arthoscopic adhesiolysis for stiff knees
  • Arthoscopic shoulder stabilisation
  • Arthoscopic rotator cuff repair
  • Arthoscopic subacromial decompression

Pediatric Orthopedics

  • Deals with all orthopedic disorders in infants, children and adolescents :
  • Trauma –injuries to the growing skeleton
  • Congenital limb deformities- clubfoot, bowlegs, knock-knees, trigger fingers, etc.
  • Hip dysplasias and dislocations (DDH)
  • Bone and joint infections-septic arthritis and osteomyelitis
  • Gait problems and limb length discrepancies- toe walking, stamping, broad base, crouched and scissored gait
  • Cerebral poliomyelitis and meningomyelocode sequelae
  • -Multidisciplinary approach, appropriate surgeries when needed followed by focused rehabilitation

State-of –the –art Technology

Orthopedic Navigation System- Computer Aided Surgery (CAS) CAS has changed the face of spine & orthopedic surgery, by means of more options and better outcomes. Navigation is basically done for:
  • Spine Surgery
  • Trauma Surgery
  • Hip Resurfacing
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Total Knee Replacement


  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Higher surgical precision
  • Reduces risks
  • Increase the life of the implant
  • Reduce blood loss

Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Medicine

Rehabilitation of people who have undergone orthopedic surgical procedures is vital to the process of restoring a person’s fitness, so that by the end of the course of treatment they are as healthy as ever. A well equipped and state-of-the-art physiotherapy and rehabilitation medicine department to assist the patients in their optimal rehabilitation, with dedicated professionals to guide the patients in achieving realistic goals.

Department of Accident & Emergency

Emergency services and emergency department forms the most important & indispensable part of our hospital. The fully developed emergency system focuses on various components of triaging, pre hospital ambulatory services both land and air, trauma systems and management, medical education, training, etc. The Department of Accident & Emergency is operational round the clock, 24 hrs a day, 365 days in a year, and is an essential element in sustaining health of the community. Since it is a highly critical area, patients coming in odd hours, with a lots of apprehension and the protocols are organized properly.

Ambulance Services: Land & Air

Ambulance or rescue services form an integral part of our Accident & Emergency Department. Ambulance is a medium or vehicle for emergency protocols and care, which carries equipment, staff and medicines for optimal and ideal emergency care at he scene and during the period of transportation of the patient to afford maximum and avoid aggravation of his or her condition.