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We offer expert diagnosis and comprehensive treatment for bone, musculoskeletal and joint disorders. Our orthopaedic team specialises in both surgical as well as non-surgical treatments- doing whatever is best for you. Our team will help you with the right diagnosis for symptoms like shoulder pain, back pain, joint pain, tailbone pain, leg cramps, stiff neck, wrist pain, hip pain. We specialise in arthroscopy, dealing with trauma recovery, spinal injuries and joint replacement surgery for people who can no longer relieve their pain with non-surgical treatments. Computer navigation surgeries performed by our experts, helps our patients experience less postoperative pain, reduced scarring, and a faster return to normal activities. We also provide specialised orthopaedic care to expectant mothers as pregnancy can place a lot of stress on a woman’s body because of the added weight. Our team of orthopaedic surgeons has experience in performing more than 5000 surgeries. We treat acute and chronic sports injuries too.

Orthopaedic services we offer

Orthopaedic services we offer

Joint replacement & preservation

Joint replacement surgery is a procedure to remove and replace damaged joints with an artificial joint built of metal, plastic or ceramic. On the other hand, joint preservation surgery is a procedure to preserve the deteriorating natural joint. Computer-assisted joint replacement and preservation surgeries are offered for a quick recovery, independent range of motion and early discharge.

Sports medicine

Sports medicine offers speedy diagnosis, treatment and management of injuries related to sports or physical activity. These can be caused by accidents, not warming up before exercising, using inappropriate tools or techniques. Precision-driven surgical and non-surgical interventions are offered with 24×7 emergency services to allow quick intervention and avoid the long-term impact of the injury as well as restore maximum function.

Foot and ankle

Foot and ankle problems are highly common and can be caused by a simple fall or chronic issues like ligament problems and osteoarthritis. Medicinal and surgical interventions including minimally invasive treatments and daycare procedures are offered to treat foot and ankle conditions.

Shoulder, neck and back

Shoulder, neck and back conditions can be caused by lifestyle factors like poor posture, pre-existing conditions like arthritis and trauma. These conditions can affect anyone at any age and can become chronic without timely treatment. We offer end-to-end orthopaedic care and rehabilitation support with a focus on extending your endurance and strength.

Paediatric orthopaedics

Paediatric orthopaedics is the assessment, treatment and management of congenital and acquired orthopaedic problems in children and infants. We offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to treat a wide range of paediatric musculoskeletal issues ranging from more routine problems like a flat foot to complex issues like scoliosis.

Geriatric orthopaedics

Geriatric orthopaedics is the branch of science concerned with the musculoskeletal health of the elderly. We offer comprehensive care including diagnosis, prevention, management, rehabilitation and physiotherapy for acute illness, chronic diseases, disability and frailty afflicting in old age.

Spinal surgeries and treatments

Spinal surgeries and treatments not only reduce pain and discomfort but also prevent your symptoms from worsening. We provide high-precision, real-time robot-assisted spinal surgeries for a wide range of conditions such as degenerative conditions, injuries and tumours.

Pain management

Pain is an inevitable aspect of having an orthopaedic condition. We have a dedicated pain management service to help patients manage any chronic or post-operative pain. Our pain management experts collaborate with your primary care team or surgeons to help with recovery and provide effective pain relief for a better treatment experience.

Clinical Immunology & Rheumatology

Rheumatology is the speciality that deals with inflammatory and non-inflammatory disorders affecting the bones, joints, muscles and soft tissues such as autoimmune diseases and metabolic bone disorders. Treatment alternatives can include medication, use of splints or braces and lifestyle modifications.

Physiotherapy & rehabilitation

We provide a dedicated in-house physiotherapy service for our surgical and non-surgical patients. Our rehabilitation & physiotherapy services are aimed at improving mobility, strength and flexibility while reducing long-term impact as well as pain. Our physiotherapists offer personalised guidance to each patient through unhurried consultations and one-on-one therapy sessions.

Orthopaedic oncology

Orthopaedic oncology deals with the risk assessment, diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant tumours of bone and soft tissues. We offer comprehensive treatment based on the type and stage of cancer. Our oncologists work closely with our orthopaedists to design a patient-centric cancer care plan.

Robotic Orthopaedic Surgery

From realignment of bones and spine to knee and hip replacement and sciatica, all musculoskeletal problems which require surgery and can be operated with minimal incisions are eligible for Robotic Surgery. This is the latest technological advancement that has markedly improved successful clinical outcomes. And has grown in popularity as a quick turnaround surgical procedure and hence preferred.

Hip Replacement Surgery

Total hip arthroplasty, another name for hip replacement surgery, is the process of replacing a diseased or injured hip joint with an artificial implant. It's typically recommended for individuals with severe hip pain and limited mobility due to arthritis, injury, or other conditions. During surgery, the damaged parts of the hip joint are removed and replaced with prosthetic components made of metal, plastic, or ceramic. This surgery aims to relieve pain, improve function, and restore quality of life. Recovery involves rehabilitation to regain strength and mobility. Hip replacement has a high success rate, offering significant relief and enhanced mobility for those suffering from hip issues.

Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Shoulder replacement surgery, also known as shoulder arthroplasty, is a medical procedure used to replace a damaged or diseased shoulder joint with artificial components. This surgery is typically recommended for individuals experiencing severe shoulder pain and limited mobility caused by conditions like arthritis, fractures, or other ailments. During the procedure, the damaged sections of the shoulder joint are removed and substituted with prosthetic components crafted from metal, plastic, or ceramic materials. The primary goals of this surgery are to alleviate pain, restore mobility, and enhance overall quality of life. Post-surgery recovery entails undergoing physical therapy to regain strength and functionality. Shoulder replacement surgery often proves successful in reducing pain and enhancing shoulder function for individuals grappling with significant shoulder joint issues.

Revision Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Revision shoulder replacement surgery is a complex procedure performed to replace a previous shoulder replacement implant that has failed, worn out, or caused complications. It involves removing the old implant and replacing it with new components to restore function and alleviate pain. Reasons for revision surgery include implant loosening, infection, instability, or bone loss. The surgery requires careful planning and specialised techniques due to altered anatomy from prior surgeries. Recovery may be longer and more challenging than initial shoulder replacement. Despite risks, revision surgery can offer improved shoulder function and relief for patients with failed previous implants.

Slipped Disc

A slipped disc, also known as a herniated disc or disc prolapse, occurs when the soft inner core of a spinal disc pushes through a tear in the outer layer. This condition can cause pain, numbness, or weakness in the affected area, often the lower back or neck. Common causes include ageing, injury, or improper lifting techniques. Symptoms vary based on the location and severity of the herniation but may include radiating pain along nerves, muscle weakness, or tingling sensations. Treatment options range from rest, physical therapy, and medications to more invasive interventions like epidural injections or surgery for severe cases.


Spondylosis, also known as spinal osteoarthritis, is a degenerative condition that affects the spine as people age. It involves the wear and tear of the spinal discs and facet joints, leading to pain and stiffness. Common symptoms include neck or back pain, limited flexibility, and sometimes numbness or weakness in the limbs. Risk factors include age, genetics, and repetitive stress on the spine. Treatment focuses on managing symptoms through physical therapy, pain medications, and lifestyle modifications like exercise and posture improvement. In severe cases, surgery may be necessary to relieve pressure on nerves or stabilise the spine. Early intervention can help mitigate the impact of spondylosis on daily life.

Wrist Replacement Surgery

Wrist replacement surgery, or wrist arthroplasty, is a procedure to replace a damaged wrist joint with an artificial implant. It's typically recommended for individuals with severe wrist arthritis or significant wrist pain and limited function that hasn't responded to conservative treatments. During surgery, the damaged parts of the wrist joint are removed and replaced with prosthetic components made of metal and plastic. This surgery aims to reduce pain, restore mobility, and improve wrist function. Recovery involves physical therapy to regain strength and flexibility. Wrist replacement surgery can offer relief and improved wrist function for individuals with debilitating wrist joint conditions.

Why choose us for orthopaedic care?

Why choose us for orthopaedic care?

We provide compassionate care that is driven by research, the experience of our orthopaedists and advanced technologies such as computer-navigated procedures.

Highlights of the department:

  • Specialised experts for joint replacement, cold trauma, spinal surgery, sports injury management, foot & ankle disorders, paediatric ortho, orthopaedic oncology
  • Multidisciplinary team approach
  • Computer-assisted navigation for exceptional surgical outcomes
  • Free fracture risk assessment technology
  • Full and fast recovery assured
  • Daycare and arthroscopic procedures
  • World-class physiotherapy centre
  • Complete rehabilitation support post-surgery

Our orthopaedic experts

Our orthopaedic experts

Patient testimonials

Patient testimonials



How do I know if I have a sprain or fracture?

A sprain is a ligament injury while a fracture is a broken bone. If you’re experiencing pain around the soft tissue and not over your bone, it’s likely that you have a sprain. Only your healthcare provider can properly diagnose your condition after doing certain tests. 

Do the diagnostic testing for orthopaedics hurt?

No, most diagnostic tests for orthopaedic conditions involve imaging and radiology tests like X-rays, bone scans, MRIs or other exams which do not cause pain.

What is the importance of physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps to reduce your pain, restore mobility, strengthen the muscles and maintain the correct posture of the body.

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