Elbow Surgery

Elbow Surgery, also known as Tennis Elbow Surgery or Elbow Arthroscopy, is a surgical procedure recommended in cases of damage to tendons, cartilage or to remove loose bone pieces. Depending on the extent of the injury, the patient may undergo an arthroscopy or open surgery.

Hand & Wrist Surgery

Hand and wrist surgery is often recommended to treat defects or problems at birth, infections, structural changes in the wrist or hand, damage or changes caused by rheumatoid or osteoarthritis, or injury. This surgery allows the surgeon to replace, remove or repair the hand and wrist based on the individual needs of the patient.

Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip Resurfacing helps to replace or repair the damaged cartilage or bone present within the socket. In this surgery, the femoral head is not removed; instead, it is trimmed and capped with a smooth metal covering. The orthopaedic surgeon will recommend the surgical procedure based on the patient’s specific needs.

Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee Replacement Surgery is one of the most common surgeries carried out and is recommended to correct leg deformities and chronic knee pain. In this surgery, the damaged parts of the knee are replaced with metal and plastic components.

Shoulder Surgery

Shoulder surgery is considered a last resort for individuals who have suffered damage or wear and tear due to a serious injury or medical condition. This surgical procedure helps to alleviate chronic pain, immobility and restore the shoulder’s flexibility and mobility.