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Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries
Accident and Trauma Care, Bone and Joint Replacement, and Sports Medicine are prominent sub-specialties under the Centre for Excellence in Bone and Joint or Department of Orthopaedics at Meitra Hospital. These specialties are dedicated to diagnosing and treating any trauma or severe injuries such as road accidents or falls. Chronic degenerative conditions such as Arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, sporting injuries, or injuries in older adults leading to bone breakages are efficiently treated at our hospital. Our facility is equipped to treat various types of musculoskeletal problems for all age groups, from paediatrics to the geriatric population, ranging from minimally invasive arthroscopic surgeries to complex trauma services for a full and speedy recovery of the patients.
Sports Injury Clinic: The department has a specialized clinic dedicated solely to athletes for medical and surgical management of all kinds of sports injuries.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is ligament surgery a major surgery?
Yes, it is like any other surgery, but it can help restore range of motion, function, and stability to the knee joint after an ACL injury.
What are the indications of arthroplasty?
The most common hip or knee arthroplasty indications are symptomatic osteoarthritis and femoral neck fractures (hip). When patients undergo hip or knee replacement for the first time (due to osteoarthritis) they are usually between 60 and 70 years of age.
What are the types of arthroplasties?
Knee, hip, and shoulder replacements are the common types of arthroplasties.