Arthroscopy and Sportsmedicine
Medical Specialities / Arthroscopy and Sportsmedicine
Department of Arthroscopy and Sportsmedicine
The department offers an integrated approach for the most comprehensive treatment of sports & ligament injuries with specialised orthopaedic surgeons, state-of-the-art physiotherapy department, and "Arthroscopy & minimally invasive surgeries".
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- Arthroscopy surgeries of ligament injuries (ACL,PCL & others), Meniscus tear & Synovitis
- Arthroscopy & Joint preservation surgeries for osteoarthritis
- Cartilage repair surgeries & stem cell therapy
- Management of muscle-tendon injuries & chronic knee pain
- Management of undiagnosed chronic shoulder pain
- Arthroscopy surgery of Rotator cuff tear, Shoulder dislocation & frozen shoulder
- Ultrasonography guided injection therapy for tendinits, bursitis and arthritis
- Arthroscopy of ankle, elbow, Hip & wrist joint
- Reconstructive surgery of small & large joints
- Pain management
- Team of expert orthopaedic surgeons
- Sports physiotherapists
- Pain management specialists
- Sports Psychologist
Our team is associated with multiple sports associations and sports teams. From casual walker to a sports athlete,our team ensures high quality care for everyone.
When you should consult our doctors:
- Difficulty in prolonged walking, Running or Cycling
- Pain, Instability & imbalance while walking
- Noise from the joint & repeated swelling
- Ligament injuries of the joint and 'Sports & Excercise' related injuries
- Shoulder pain, difficulty in lifting your shoulder & frozen shoulder
- Ankle sprains & chronic ankle pain
What is Arthroscopic Surgery?
Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure performed by Orthopaedic Surgeons to view, diagnose and treat joint problems.
The term simply means ‘to look inside the joint.’
Arthroscopic surgery has revolutionised the diagnosis and management of joint problems.
Initially used only as a diagnostic tool prior to open surgery, the availability of better instruments and techniques has encouraged the use of arthroscopy for treating a variety of joint problems, avoiding complicated surgeries and longer recovery.
In fact, except joint replacement and major intra-articular fractures, all other problems involving the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow and wrist joint can be treated with arthroscopic surgery.
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