Arthritis care and Total Joint Replacement Surgeries including hip and knee replacements

Arthritis and arthroplasty team with highly skilled surgeons and specialists including yoga consultant and physiotherapists offer an effective integrated care to patients with arthritis. With Team of dedicated doctors and protocol based treatments, we have high accuracy of diagnosis and prompt treatment.

Arthritis patients requiring joint replacement surgeries are put group prehabiliotation which involves educating the patients abouts the journey of replacement sugery right from pre operative workup to post op rehabilitation.

At PEOPLE TREE Hospitals, experienced highly skilled joint replacement surgeons has undergone extensive subspecialty training both in India and abroad. By combining advanced medical technology with their skills and expertise, they deliver the best joint replacement surgery.

At PEOPLE TREE Hospitals, experienced highly skilled joint replacement surgeons has undergone extensive subspecialty training both in India and abroad. By combining advanced medical technology with their skills and expertise, they deliver the best joint replacement surgery.

Hip Replacement Options:

Partial Hip Replacement

Total Hip Replacement

Hip Resurfacing

Revision Hip Replacement

Knee Replacement Options:

Unicompartment Knee Replacement

Total kneeReplacement

Revision Knee Replacement

Computer Assisted Knee Replacement

Spine services and scoliosis correction surgeries

We are a comprehensive spine care centre with highly skilled surgeons specialized in spinal surgery, physiotherapists and yoga consultants. The unit provides full spectrum of spine care ranging from conservative measures to minimally invasive surgeries and complex spinal deformity corrections. We are also backed up with a pain specialist who can effectively manage pain symptoms arising from nerve compression. Surgery is adviced only if conservative treatment fails over a certain period of time depending on the severity. Spine surgeons of both Orthopedic and Neurosurgery background work as a team to give the added advantage of complementing each other and give the best surgical outcome. With the use of minimally invasive cutting edge technology, our patients experience faster recovery due to smaller incisions and less blood loss.

We offer:

Nonoperative treatment –

  1. Medical management for neck and back pain
  2. Nerve blocks and Epidural injection treatment

Cervical spine surgery

  1. Anterior cervical discectomy/corpectomy and fusion
  2. Cervical disc replacement
  3. Posterior cervical laminectomy +/- fusion

Spinal deformity correction surgery

  1. Scoliosis correction – Anterior/Posterior
  2. Kyphosis correction by posterior instrumentation and osteotomy (PSO/PVCR)

Management of Spinal tumors

  1. Excision of intradural/extradural spinal tumors
  2. Excision and reconstruction of vertebral tumors

Management of Spinal infections

Minimal access Spine surgery

Spine conditions:

1. Cervical spondylosis – Age related degeneration of bones and discs, leading to neck pain and stiffness. Compression on nerves can lead to arm pain, or on spinal cord leads to weakness of all 4 limbs. Surgery is required for failed conservative treatment in the form of decompression +/- fusion from anterior (front) or posterior (back) approaches.

 

2. Cervical disc prolapse – Bulging out of discs in the neck leading to nerve compression occurs due to trauma or is commonly seen in software professionals. Pain or weakness due to nerve compression requires treatment. Disc replacement is an option in the young patients and helps to preserve the motion segment.

 

3. Lumbar disc prolapse/degenerated disc disease – By far, the most common condition encountered in spine surgery. Most of the lumbar disc bulge or prolapse can be managed by nonoperative means. Surgical management by excision of the disc fragment using microscope provides excellent results. Wear and tear of discs due to age related degeneration, if symptomatic may benefit from lumbar fusion.

 

4. Lumbar canal stenosis – Decrease in the space of the spinal canal due to discs or hypertrophy of ligamentum flavum (soft tissue protecting the spinal cord) can cause significant pain and disability. Laminectomy (removal of lamina – bone connecting the vertebral body and posterior elements) and decompression is most fruitful.

 

5. Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis – Spondylolysis (defect in the joint) or spondylolisthesis (slip of one vertebra over the other) can cause pain and dysfunction both in the young and old age. Lumbar fusion (PLF/PLIF/TLIF) to decompress the nerve roots and restore the disc height and lumbar lordosis gives best results. Though the procedures are being done commonly, they require experience and precision.

 

6. Spinal fractures and dislocations – High velocity trauma can cause spinal fractures and dislocations of varying grades. Based on the severity of bony comllapse, nerve compression and radiological findings, reduction and stablilization would help the patients to be back on their feet within 24 hours of surgery.

 

7. Infections of spine – Tuberculosis of the spine is the most common infection seen in Indian setting. Though uncommon, pyogenic infections are also on the rise due to higher incidence of diabetes, renal failure and urinary tract infections. Spinal stabilization, biopsy and appropriate antibiotic/antitubercular therapy based on the culture helps in early recovery of the patient.

 

8. Tumors of the spine – Spinal tumors can be located in the body of the vertebra or the posterior spinal elements. Though uncommon, it can cause back pain and neurological deficits even in the young population. Excision and reconstruction is the key in management along with chemo/radiotherapy based on the tumor biology. Tumors of the spinal cord, located within the dural covering or inside the medulla of the cord is managed by excision working along with the neurosurgeon.

 

9. Scoliosis and kyphosis – Spinal deformities can occur by birth due to congenital abnormalities or can occur due to asymmetric growth in the adolescent age. Identification of associated systemic abnormalities like cardiac or renal anomalies and intraspinal defects is important. Surgery is necessary to prevent further worsening of the deformity and to prevent secondary symptoms like pain, neurological deficits or breathing difficulty arising due to the deformity. Deformity correction using specialized implants is safe and provides excellent results in the hands of the experts.

 

10. Osteoporotic vertebral fractures – Age related loss of bone strength seen especially in postmenopausal women can lead to fractures in the vertebra even due to trivial falls. Though most of the fractures can be managed conservatively and patients can be mobilized with a brace, procedures like vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty may be necessary to relieve pain.

Orthopaedic Trauma & Emergency Services

Accidents and injuries occur in various severity and frequently at unpredicted times. Many of these require immediate attention and early care. We at People Tree Hospitals are equipped with tertiary care trauma and emergency services. The comprehensive treatment is managed round the clock by specialists in their field.

Services offered:

Trauma and Fracture care

Wound management

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

Neurosurgery

Specialty areas:

Polytrauma care

Complex fracture management

Limb reconstruction surgery

Replantation surgery

Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Services

Joint and Ligament injuries are seen commonly in sports injuries or falls. These tend to be either neglected or missed or inappropriately treated resulting in disability. We at People Tree Hospital have an exclusive Sports Medicine team that caters to these problems for professional care.

Services Offered:

Arthroscopic Surgery

Sports Rehabilitation

Specialty areas:

Multiligament knee injuries

Foot and Ankle arthroscopy

Shoulder arthroscopy

Cartilage preservation surgery

Limb Reconstruction & Complex Trauma Services

Polytrauma which may end up in loss of limb or even severe limb injury which may end up in loss of limb both needs prompt attention and proper decision making to avoid untoward consequences and complications. Musculoskeletal Research Institute at People Tree Hospital is well equipped with trained Specialists and infrastructure in prompt management of these diverse situations.

Services Offered:

Accident and injury care

Fracture treatment

Open fracture management

Pelvis and Acetabular fracture surgeries

Specialty areas:

Complex fractures and Complications care

Bone loss management

Plastic and Microvascular surgery

Paediatric Orthopaedic Services

Exclusively dedicated to our young patients, the department works closely with the Department of Paediatrics to develop specialised care for the little ones. We take care of a wide range of paediatric orthopaedic conditions including fractures, scoliosis, growth and development disorders, cerebral palsy and hip and foot problems.

Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeries

Scoliosis Surgery

Foot and Hip Reconstruction

Tendon Transfers and Muscular Reconstruction

Cerebral Palsy Surgery

Skeletal Trauma Care

Paediatric Orthopaedic Conditions

Developmental Dysplasia of Hip

Club foot

Paediatric Fractures

Scoliosis

Congenital Deformities

Cerebral Palsy

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