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Orthopedics is a medical discipline that focuses on the diagnosis, rectification, prevention, and clinical care for patients suffering from skeletal abnormalities, which include ailments of the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and skin. The musculoskeletal system consists of those same parts.

An orthopaedist is frequently a member of a larger orthopedic care group. This group might include:

  • Aides to physicians
  • Nurse practitioners are people who work as nurses
  • Physical and occupational therapists
  • Trainers for athletes

Orthopaedists are involved in all elements of musculoskeletal health care, including medical, physical, and rehabilitative approaches as well as surgery. It's broad and varied expertise. It deals with a variety of diseases and problems like Fractures and dislocations, torn ligaments, sprains and strains, tendon injuries, pulled muscles and bursitis, ruptured discs, sciatica, low back pain, and scoliosis, knocks knees, bow legs, bunions, and hammertoes, arthritis and osteoporosis, bone cancers, muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy, club foot and unequal leg length anomalies of the fingers and toes.

Orthopaedists are experts in the following areas:

  • Injury or disease will be diagnosed.
  • Medication, exercise, surgery, and other treatment methods are used.
  • Exercises or physical therapy may be recommended to help recover mobility, strength, and function.
  • To avoid harm or delay the spread of illnesses, prevention with knowledge and treatment strategies are used.

Why Choose Us

Our orthopaedic consultants are well-known in their disciplines and have years of experience and knowledge. Specialists in a variety of fields, such as the knee, hip, and joint surgery, provide complete treatment and care.

  • A multidisciplinary team of arthroscopists, sports medicine specialists, orthopedic oncologists, trauma surgeons, pediatric orthopaedic surgeons, spine surgeons, microvascular surgeons, physical medicine experts, orthopedic knee surgeons, bone specialist doctors, physical rehabilitation specialists, patient counsellors, and nurses supports the department. These specialists have the knowledge and skills to treat any orthopaedic emergency or difficult condition.
  • Our team is well-versed in cutting-edge technology and cutting-edge therapy. We promise to provide our patients with one of the most effective and painless orthopaedic treatments available. Our facility is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and there is always an expert doctor on hand.
  • ·Our orthopaedists, who have received their training at some of the world's most prestigious institutions, bring the most cutting-edge procedures to our facilities, which include cutting-edge technology in terms of equipment, operating rooms, recovery spaces, and sophisticated physical therapy.
  • ·We have dedicated and well-equipped Orthopaedic surgery complexes with laminar flow and sophisticated technology such as image intensifiers, operating microscopes, computer navigation systems, and top-of-the-line arthroscopy systems, among other things.


To assist in the diagnosis of a patient's ailment, the orthopaedists will:

  • Inquire about the individual's symptoms

  • Examine the individual's medical records to learn more about their medical history and overall health.

  • a physical examination should be carried out

  • examine any X-rays taken before the appointment

Additional diagnostic tests may be ordered by the orthopaedists. These may include the following:

  • an MRI examination
  • an X-ray
  • an x-ray of the bones
  • a nerve conduction study with ultrasound blood testing.

The sections that follow examine some of the surgical procedures that an orthopedist could undertake as part of their job.

Replacement of the whole joint.

A total joint replacement (JTR), also known as arthroplasty, is a surgical operation that involves the replacement of a damaged joint with a prosthesis made of metal and plastic.

In the United States, JTR surgery is one of the most popular elective procedures.

Arthroscopic Surgery.

Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive method that diagnoses joint issues using an arthroscope.

An arthroscope is a long, thin camera that is inserted into a person's joint, most frequently the knee or shoulder, by an orthopaedic surgeon. They can view the interior of the joint since the camera is attached to a video display.

The surgeon can utilise a range of tiny, thin devices to correct a variety of issues by creating small extra incisions.

The most frequent type of orthopaedic surgery performed in the United States is arthroscopic knee surgery. Meniscus tears, ACL tears, and rotator cuff tears are all frequent joint ailments that can be treated with arthroscopic surgery by an orthopaedist.

Repairing a broken bone

When a more badly damaged bone needs to be repaired, an orthopaedic surgeon may need to operate. A variety of different types of implants can be used to support the bone. Rods, plates, screws, and wires are examples of these components.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is a procedure in which new bone is added to an existing bone.


General Orthopaedic Treatments:

Pinched Nerves

The severity and cause of nerve compression will determine the treatment. Resting the damaged region and avoiding activities that aggravate it may be enough to ease your symptoms. In many circumstances, making these minor adjustments is all that's required.

If your symptoms persist or your pain is severe, you may require one or more treatments to decrease the swelling tissue surrounding your nerve.

Herniated Discs

When the disc's soft centre pushes through the tough shell, it's called a herniated disc. A slipping or ruptured disc is another name for this problem. This disease can irritate surrounding nerves, resulting in arm or leg discomfort, numbness, or weakening.

Orthopaedics has experts that specialise in treating herniated discs. Each patient's primary objective in treatment is to alleviate pain and other symptoms. To do this, each patient's treatment plan should be tailored to the cause of their pain, the degree of their pain, and the exact symptoms they are experiencing.

Broken Shoulders

Broken shoulders should be individually evaluated by an orthopaedic surgeon for proper diagnosis and treatment. Surgery is sometimes required to stabilize your broken shoulder. This surgery is undertaken by an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in shoulder fractures. The physicians of Orthopaedics specialize in the treatment of broken shoulders. With the proper evaluation and diagnosis, you can find the right treatment plan for you.

Foot and Ankle Injury

Orthopaedics' foot and ankle surgeons provide comprehensive medical and surgical therapy for a wide spectrum of foot and ankle


Details Of Specialist
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    Madhu Sudhan Chilakapati

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