Orthopaedics and Trauma

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The Centre of Excellence in Orthopaedic & Trauma at Sterling Hospitals offers comprehensive care for musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, utilizing the latest technology and a multidisciplinary team approach. Our expert team of orthopedic surgeons, trauma specialists, and rehabilitation professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional treatment for a wide range of orthopedic issues.

We offer an extensive array of services, including joint replacement, spine surgery, sports medicine, fracture management, and specialized programs for pediatric orthopedics and trauma care. Our facilities are equipped with advanced diagnostic imaging, modern surgical suites, and state-of-the-art rehabilitation centers, ensuring accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.

Committed to innovation, we continuously integrate new surgical techniques and treatment modalities to enhance patient recovery and outcomes. Central to our approach is patient-centered care, where we develop customized treatment plans tailored to each individual’s needs, ensuring compassionate support throughout their recovery journey. The Centre of Excellence in Orthopaedic & Trauma at Sterling Hospitals is dedicated to helping you regain mobility and improve your quality of life.

Our Specialities

From routine check-ups to specialized treatments, our dedicated team of healthcare professionals offers personalized care to meet all your needs on your journey to wellness.

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Our physicians are committed to delivering personalized care tailored to your unique needs. From routine check-ups to complex procedures, trust in our compassionate experts to guide you on your journey to optimal health and well-being.

Areas of Expertise

Discover Unparalleled Expertise: Where Advanced Technology and Compassionate Care Meet to Deliver Exceptional Healthcare Services

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement Surgery, also known as total knee arthroplasty, is a medical procedure to relieve pain and restore function in knees damaged by arthritis or injury. The damaged knee joint is replaced with an artificial implant made of metal alloys, high-grade plastics, and polymers during the surgery. This procedure can significantly improve mobility and enhance the quality of life for individuals with severe knee pain and limited mobility.

When and why do people go for Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

People typically consider Total Knee Replacement Surgery when conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications fail to provide adequate relief from chronic knee pain and mobility issues. The decision to undergo surgery is often made when the pain becomes debilitating, significantly impacting daily activities and quality of life. Common reasons for considering total knee replacement include severe osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, traumatic injury, or other conditions causing irreversible damage to the knee joint.

What makes Total Knee Replacement Surgery different from other treatment options?

Total Knee Replacement Surgery is viable when other treatments have proven ineffective in managing knee pain and restoring function. Unlike conservative therapies that focus on symptom management, knee replacement surgery addresses the underlying cause of the pain by replacing the damaged joint with an artificial implant. This surgical intervention offers long-term relief from chronic pain, improves joint function, and enhances mobility, allowing individuals to resume their daily activities with reduced discomfort.

How does life change after Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

Life after Total Knee Replacement Surgery can bring about significant improvements in mobility, comfort, and overall quality of life. Patients experience a reduction in knee pain, allowing them to engage in activities that were previously difficult or impossible. They regain the ability to walk, climb stairs, and participate in low-impact exercises with greater ease. Additionally, improved joint function and mobility can lead to increased independence and a more active lifestyle. While recovery may involve some initial discomfort and rehabilitation, many patients find that the benefits of total knee replacement far outweigh any temporary challenges, leading to a renewed sense of well-being and improved overall health.

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Partial Knee Replacement Surgery

Partial Knee Replacement Surgery, also called Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure designed to address specific areas of knee joint damage. Unlike total knee replacement, which replaces the entire knee joint, partial knee replacement focuses on replacing only the damaged portion of the knee with a prosthetic implant. This targeted approach allows for the preservation of healthy bone and ligaments while providing relief from pain and restoring function to the affected area.

When and why do people go for Partial Knee Replacement Surgery?

People opt for Partial Knee Replacement Surgery when they have isolated damage to one compartment of the knee joint, typically due to osteoarthritis. This procedure is suitable for individuals who have not experienced widespread knee degeneration and whose symptoms are primarily localized to a specific area of the knee. Candidates for partial knee replacement often have less severe pain and deformity compared to those requiring total knee replacement, making it a preferred option for preserving natural joint anatomy and function.

What makes Partial Knee Replacement Surgery different from other treatment options?

Partial Knee Replacement Surgery offers several advantages over alternative treatment options for knee arthritis or injury. Unlike conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, or injections, which focus on managing symptoms, partial knee replacement addresses the underlying cause of pain and dysfunction by replacing the damaged portion of the knee joint. This targeted approach preserves healthy tissue, promotes faster recovery, and may result in a more natural feeling and functioning knee compared to total knee replacement. Additionally, partial knee replacement surgery typically involves smaller incisions and less bone removal, leading to reduced postoperative pain, shorter hospital stays, and quicker rehabilitation.

How does life change after Partial Knee Replacement Surgery?

Life after Partial Knee Replacement Surgery can bring about significant improvements in pain relief, mobility, and overall quality of life. Patients experience reduced knee pain and stiffness, allowing them to resume daily activities with greater ease and comfort. With improved joint function, individuals find it easier to perform tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, and participating in recreational activities. Additionally, partial knee replacement surgery preserves healthy bone and ligaments, which may result in a more natural feeling knee compared to total knee replacement. While recovery may involve some initial discomfort and rehabilitation, many patients experience a return to an active lifestyle with improved knee function and mobility.

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Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Total Hip Replacement Surgery, also known as total hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure aimed at relieving pain and improving function in hips affected by conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or hip fractures. The damaged hip joint is replaced with an artificial implant made of metal, ceramic, or plastic components during the surgery. This procedure helps restore mobility, enhance joint stability, and alleviate discomfort, allowing individuals to regain an active lifestyle.

When and why do people go for Total Hip Replacement Surgery?

People consider Total Hip Replacement Surgery when conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications fail to alleviate hip pain and restore mobility. Individuals typically undergo this surgery when hip pain becomes severe, significantly impacting daily activities and quality of life. Common reasons for opting for total hip replacement include advanced osteoarthritis, hip fractures, avascular necrosis, or other conditions causing irreversible damage to the hip joint.

What makes Total Hip Replacement Surgery different from other treatment options?

Total Hip Replacement Surgery offers a comprehensive solution for addressing chronic hip pain and dysfunction compared to other treatment options. While conservative measures focus on managing symptoms, hip replacement surgery directly addresses the underlying cause of pain by replacing the damaged hip joint with an artificial implant. This surgical intervention provides long-term relief, improves joint function, and enhances mobility, allowing individuals to engage in activities with reduced discomfort and increased independence. Additionally, total hip replacement surgery may be more effective for severe cases of hip arthritis or trauma, offering predictable and durable outcomes.

How does life change after Total Hip Replacement Surgery?

Life after Total Hip Replacement Surgery often brings about significant improvements in pain relief, mobility, and overall quality of life. Patients typically experience reduced hip pain and stiffness, allowing them to perform daily activities with greater ease and comfort. With improved joint function, individuals find it easier to walk, climb stairs, and engage in recreational activities. Total hip replacement surgery also helps restore stability and range of motion in the hip joint, leading to enhanced independence and a more active lifestyle. While recovery may involve some initial rehabilitation and adjustment, many patients experience a dramatic improvement in their hip function and overall well-being following surgery.

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Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction

Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction is a minimally invasive surgical procedure aimed at repairing a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the knee. Using arthroscopic techniques, surgeons utilize small incisions and specialized instruments to access the knee joint and reconstruct the damaged ligament using graft tissue from another part of the body or a donor. This procedure is designed to restore stability to the knee, improve function, and reduce the risk of further injury.

When and why do people go for Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction?

Individuals opt for Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction when they experience a torn ACL, often due to sports-related injuries, accidents, or sudden twisting motions of the knee. The decision to undergo this surgery is typically made when conservative treatments such as physical therapy and bracing fail to adequately restore knee stability and function. Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction is particularly beneficial for active individuals, athletes, and those with demanding physical requirements who wish to return to their previous level of activity without experiencing recurrent knee instability.

What makes Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction different from other treatment options?

Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction offers several advantages over alternative treatment options for ACL tears. Unlike conservative approaches that focus on managing symptoms and strengthening surrounding muscles, ACL reconstruction addresses the underlying cause of knee instability by repairing or replacing the torn ligament. This surgical intervention aims to restore the natural biomechanics of the knee joint, reduce the risk of further damage, and facilitate a faster return to sports and physical activities. Additionally, arthroscopic techniques minimize surgical trauma, leading to smaller incisions, less postoperative pain, and quicker recovery compared to traditional open surgery.

How does life change after an Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction?

Life after Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction can bring about significant improvements in knee stability, function, and overall quality of life. Following surgery and rehabilitation, many patients experience reduced knee pain and swelling, along with improved range of motion and strength in the affected knee. With restored stability, individuals often regain confidence in their ability to participate in sports, recreational activities, and daily tasks without fear of knee giving way or buckling. While recovery may involve some initial rehabilitation and precautions, many patients find that their knee function returns to near-normal levels, allowing them to resume their active lifestyle with greater comfort and confidence.

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Shoulder Replacement

Shoulder Replacement, also known as shoulder arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure that involves replacing a damaged or diseased shoulder joint with an artificial implant or prosthesis. This procedure is typically performed to relieve pain, improve mobility, and restore function in individuals with severe shoulder arthritis, traumatic injuries, or other conditions that affect the shoulder joint.

When and why do people go for Shoulder Replacement?

People undergo shoulder replacement when conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, or corticosteroid injections fail to provide adequate relief from shoulder pain and dysfunction. Shoulder replacement may be recommended for individuals with severe osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis, or traumatic injuries that have significantly impaired shoulder function and quality of life. The goal of shoulder replacement is to reduce pain, restore mobility, and improve overall shoulder function, allowing individuals to perform daily activities and maintain an active lifestyle.

What makes Shoulder Replacement different from other treatment options?

Shoulder replacement offers a definitive treatment option for severe shoulder conditions compared to other treatment options. While conservative measures such as medication, physical therapy, or injections may provide temporary relief from symptoms, shoulder replacement directly addresses the underlying cause of pain and dysfunction by replacing the damaged shoulder joint with an artificial implant. This surgical intervention can provide long-term relief from pain, improve shoulder mobility and function, and enhance the overall quality of life for individuals with severe shoulder arthritis or injuries that do not respond to non-surgical treatments.

How does life change after Shoulder Replacement?

Life after shoulder replacement can bring about significant improvements in shoulder function, mobility, and overall quality of life for individuals suffering from severe shoulder conditions. Following the procedure, many patients experience relief from chronic shoulder pain, stiffness, and limitations on movement that were previously affecting their daily activities and quality of life. With the damaged shoulder joint replaced, individuals often find it easier to perform tasks such as reaching overhead, lifting objects, and participating in recreational activities without experiencing pain or discomfort. While recovery may involve some temporary restrictions on shoulder movement and activities, many patients ultimately enjoy a renewed sense of well-being and improved shoulder health after shoulder replacement.

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Revision Knee Replacement

Revision Knee Replacement is a surgical procedure performed to replace a previously implanted knee prosthesis with a new one. This procedure is typically necessary when a primary knee replacement, also known as total knee arthroplasty, fails or wears out over time, leading to pain, instability, or reduced function in the knee joint.

When and why do people go for Revision Knee Replacement?

People undergo revision knee replacement when their primary knee replacement fails due to factors such as loosening of the implants, infection, implant wear and tear, instability, or fracture around the knee joint. Revision knee replacement may be recommended when conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, or injections fail to provide adequate relief from symptoms associated with a failed knee replacement. The goal of revision knee replacement is to correct problems with the primary knee replacement, alleviate pain, restore stability and function to the knee joint, and improve overall quality of life.

What makes Revision Knee Replacement different from other treatment options?

Revision knee replacement offers a definitive treatment option for failed or worn-out knee replacements compared to other treatment options. While conservative measures such as medication, physical therapy, or injections may provide temporary relief from symptoms, revision knee replacement directly addresses the underlying cause of pain and dysfunction by replacing the failed knee prosthesis with a new one. This surgical intervention can provide long-term relief from pain, improve stability and function in the knee joint, and enhance the overall quality of life for individuals with failed knee replacements who do not respond to non-surgical treatments.

How does life change after Revision Knee Replacement?

Life after revision knee replacement can bring about significant improvements in knee function, mobility, and overall quality of life for individuals suffering from a failed or worn-out knee replacement. Following the procedure, many patients experience relief from chronic knee pain, instability, and limitations on movement that were previously affecting their daily activities and quality of life. With the failed knee prosthesis replaced, individuals often find it easier to perform tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, and participating in recreational activities without experiencing pain or discomfort. While recovery may involve some temporary restrictions on knee movement and activities, many patients ultimately enjoy a renewed sense of well-being and improved knee health after revision knee replacement.

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Robotic Knee Replacement

Robotic Knee Replacement, also known as robot-assisted knee arthroplasty, is an advanced surgical technique that utilizes robotic technology to assist orthopedic surgeons in performing total knee replacement surgery. This innovative approach combines the precision of robotics with the expertise of the surgeon to optimize implant positioning, alignment, and overall surgical outcomes.

When and why do people go for Robotic Knee Replacement?

People opt for robotic knee replacement when they require total knee replacement surgery due to severe arthritis, injury, or other conditions that have caused significant pain, stiffness, and loss of function in the knee joint. Robotic knee replacement may be recommended for individuals who seek a more precise and personalized approach to knee replacement surgery, as robotic technology allows for enhanced accuracy in implant placement and alignment compared to traditional techniques. Additionally, robotic knee replacement may be preferred for patients with complex knee anatomy or those who desire improved implant longevity and functional outcomes.

What makes Robotic Knee Replacement different from other treatment options?

Robotic knee replacement offers several advantages over traditional knee replacement techniques. The use of robotic technology allows for real-time three-dimensional imaging of the knee joint, enabling the surgeon to create a customized surgical plan tailored to the patient's unique anatomy. During the procedure, the robotic system assists the surgeon in executing the preoperative plan with greater precision and accuracy, resulting in optimized implant positioning, alignment, and stability. This can lead to improved functional outcomes, faster recovery, and reduced risk of complications compared to traditional knee replacement surgery.

How does life change after Robotic Knee Replacement?

Life after robotic knee replacement can bring about significant improvements in knee function, mobility, and overall quality of life for individuals suffering from debilitating knee pain and dysfunction. Following the procedure, many patients experience relief from chronic knee pain, stiffness, and limitations on movement that were previously affecting their daily activities and quality of life. With the precise implant positioning and alignment achieved through robotic technology, individuals often find it easier to perform tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, and participating in recreational activities without experiencing pain or discomfort. While recovery may involve some temporary restrictions on knee movement and activities, many patients ultimately enjoy a renewed sense of well-being and improved knee health after robotic knee replacement.

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