Orthopaedic

Worldwide, over 1.71 billion people suffer from 150 types of disabling conditions like arthritis, osteoporosis, spinal fractures, back injuries, and other disorders, a number compounded by everyday instances of accidental trauma and fracturing. Such typical and accidental musculoskeletal conditions and injuries require the deft and immediate touch of qualified orthopaedic surgeons, highly specialised facilities and exceptional rehabilitation for proper recovery. The promising growth of advanced orthopaedic treatments like reconstructive surgery, knee or hip replacement, spine surgery, sports medicine, and arthroscopy now provide patients with hope for a normal life – whether old or young, amateurs or sports professionals. 
At Ivy Hospital’s Centre of Excellence for Bone, Joint and Spine, we believe in delivering compassionate, state-of-the-art multi-specialist orthopaedic care for the most complex musculoskeletal issues. As the top hospital for orthopaedic treatments with global specialists and experts on board, we specialise in everything from trauma injuries, arthritis, osteoporosis, spondylitis and slip disc to knee, hip and joint replacement, spinal fractures and paralysis, sports injuries, limb and hand reconstruction, and neuromuscular disorders with the most advanced diagnostic, therapeutic and robotic technologies today. We are among India’s first arthroscopic centres of excellence for minimally invasive orthopaedic procedures. Consulting our experts today ensures a comprehensive approach to revitalizing your musculoskeletal health. Experience renewed freedom, movement, and mobility as Ivy Hospital empowers you to reclaim a fulfilling and active life.

Conditions and Treatments

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent form of arthritis globally, characterized by the gradual degeneration of joint cartilage and the underlying bone.

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Fractures

Fractures, commonly known as broken bones, are disruptions in the continuity of bone structure that result from external forces exceeding the bone's strength.

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Ankle Pain

Ankle pain, a common orthopedic complaint, involves discomfort or soreness in the ankle joint, which connects the foot and leg.

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Ankle Tenditis

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Concussion

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from a direct blow or jolt to the head, face, or neck, causing a temporary disturbance in brain function. Commonly occurring in sports, accidents, or falls, concussions often involve a rapid acceleration and deceleration of the head. The impact can lead to various symptoms, such as headache, confusion, dizziness, nausea, and memory impairment. While concussions are typically considered mild, they necessitate prompt medical attention as repeated concussions can have cumulative and potentially severe consequences. Diagnosing concussions involves clinical evaluation, cognitive testing, and, in some cases, imaging studies. Management includes rest, gradual return to activities, and close monitoring to ensure a safe and complete recovery. Understanding and proper management of concussions are vital for preventing long-term complications and ensuring the well-being of those affected.

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome is a nerve compression disorder affecting the ulnar nerve as it passes through the cubital tunnel, a narrow passageway on the inner side of the elbow.

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Elbow Pain

Elbow pain is a common musculoskeletal complaint characterized by discomfort or soreness in the elbow joint. This condition can arise from various causes, including injuries, overuse, inflammation, or underlying medical issues. The elbow, comprising bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, plays a crucial role in arm movement and functionality. Elbow pain may manifest as a dull ache, sharp pain, or tenderness, limiting the range of motion and affecting daily activities. Common causes include tennis or golfer's elbow, fractures, sprains, arthritis, bursitis, and nerve compression. Understanding the underlying cause through clinical examination and, if necessary, imaging studies is essential for devising an appropriate treatment plan, which may involve rest, physical therapy, medications, or, in severe cases, surgical intervention to alleviate pain and restore optimal elbow function.

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Back Pain

Back pain is a prevalent and often debilitating condition affecting people of all ages and backgrounds.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Orthopaedics is a medical speciality focused on diagnosing, treating, and preventing musculoskeletal disorders. This includes conditions affecting bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissues. Orthopaedic surgeons use both surgical and nonsurgical interventions to manage a wide range of musculoskeletal issues.

Orthopaedic surgeons address various conditions, including fractures, arthritis, sports injuries, spine disorders, congenital disorders, and degenerative conditions like osteoporosis. They also perform joint replacement surgeries, arthroscopy, and other procedures to restore function and relieve pain.

Individuals should consider consulting an Orthopaedic surgeon if they experience persistent pain, swelling, limited range of motion, or difficulty performing daily activities due to musculoskeletal issues. Traumatic injuries, like fractures or dislocations, also warrant immediate attention from an Orthopaedic specialist.

Orthopaedic surgeons focus on the surgical and nonsurgical management of musculoskeletal conditions, including fractures, joint replacements, and sports injuries. Conversely, rheumatologists specialize in autoimmune and inflammatory conditions affecting joints, such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Both collaborate for comprehensive care when needed.

No, not all Orthopaedic conditions require surgery. Orthopaedic surgeons employ a range of treatments, including medications, physical therapy, braces, and minimally invasive procedures like arthroscopy. Surgery is considered when conservative measures do not provide adequate relief or when a surgical intervention is the most effective option.

The recovery process varies depending on the type of surgery performed. Orthopaedic surgeons provide specific post-operative care instructions, including physical therapy, exercises, and follow-up appointments. Some procedures may have shorter recovery times, while others, such as joint replacements, may involve a more extended rehabilitation period.
 

While Orthopaedic surgery can effectively manage various musculoskeletal conditions, it may not always prevent the progression of arthritis or joint degeneration. Preventive measures, such as maintaining a healthy weight, staying physically active, and addressing injuries promptly, can contribute to joint health and potentially reduce the risk of degenerative conditions.
 

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