The indiahealthtour.com represented hospitals are equipped to treat all types of musculo-skeletal problems ranging from Trauma Surgery to Minimally Invasive Arthroscopy Surgery. The hospital also specializes in surgery for joint replacements, sports medicine, ligament repair, knee surgery, spine surgery and physical therapy for rehabilitation.
The hospitals have complete technology and advanced skills to perform Microscopic Lumber & Cervical Discectomy, Endoscopic Spine Surgery and Arthroscopic surgeries such as Ligament Reconstruction in the knee, Subacromial Decompression in the shoulder.
Arthroscopy refers to a procedure in which a joint (arthro-) is viewed (-scopy) using a small camera. It allows an orthopaedic Read More
Elbow joint replacement (also called elbow arthroplasty) can effectively treat the problems caused by Read More
Hip replacement surgery, also called total hip arthroplasty, involves removing a diseased hip joint and replacing Read More
Knee replacement surgery — also known as total knee arthroplasty can help relieve pain and restore function in Read More
Total shoulder replacement, also known as total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA), is a tremendously successful Read More
Sports Injury Surgery
Sports Injury Surgery is a specialist area of orthopaedic surgery devoted to the management of sports injuries of bones Read More
Foot Surgery involves a range of surgeries pertaining to particular issues. Some of the surgeries usually done are :
Bunion 1 - Bunions are primarily hereditary conditions often found in women which are primarily non-alignment of the bones with the big toe moving towards the second toe. The bump, on the inner side of the foot increases in size. Different surgical options are offered by Apollo Hospitals to treat bunions.
Hammertoes - A deformed, contracted toe is often called hammertoes. A hammertoe generally occurs on one or more locations on a toe. Often a surgery is an option of getting rid of hammertoes.
Toe Shortening - In certain cases one or two toes are longer than the other toes. This often results in painful corns being developed on the tip of a toe. This problem can be surgically treated.
Bone Spurs - Bone spurs occur due to change in pressure or arthritic change. The different types of bone spurs are toe spur, heel spur and arch spur. This too can be surgically treated.
Calluses - Calluses are thick dead tissues on the outer layer of the skin. Calluses are located on the heels of the feet. This too is caused by pressure. Surgery helps in getting rid of calluses.
Neuroma - Thickness, irritation, burning and numbness on the ball of the foot often leads to severe pain. Surgical procedure involves removal of the involved nerve growth. Read More
The finger joints work like hinges when the fingers bend and straighten. The main knuckle joint is the metacarpophalangeal joint (MCP joint). It is formed by the connection of the metacarpal bone in the palm of the hand with the finger bone, or phalange. Each finger has three phalanges, separated by two interphalangeal joints (IP joints). The one closest to the MCP joint (knuckle) is called the proximal IP joint (PIP joint). The joint near the end of the finger is called the distal IP joint (DIP joint).
Ligaments are tough bands of tissue that connect bones together. Several ligaments hold the joints together in the finger. These ligaments join to form the joint capsule of the finger joint, a watertight sac around the joint.
The joint surfaces are covered with a material called articular cartilage. This material is the slick, spongy covering that allows one side of a joint to slide against the other joint surface easily. When this material wears out, the joint develops a type of arthritis called osteoarthritis and becomes painful. Read More
Surgery on the spine may be carried out for benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) disease of the spine and its contents. However, most surgery on the spine is for degenerative disease including surgery for ruptured (herniated) disk (see Cervical Discectomy, Lumbar Discectomy, Lumbar Spinal Fusion, Cervical Laminectomy, Decompressive Lumbar Laminectomy), The first successful operation for a spinal tumor was in 1881 by Macewen on a patient who was completely paralyzed from the chest down. Removal of the tumor eventually led to a complete recovery. Read More
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