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Department of Orthopedic

Welcome to the Kothari Medical Centre’s department of Orthopedics and Joint Replacement, where we offer complete treatment for Fractures related to trauma and related to any bone diseases and treatment for a range of bone diseases are among the services provided by our team of knowledgeable and experienced healthcare experts.

Every patient has different needs, and at Kothari we recognize this. As a result, we closely collaborate with each patient to create a customized treatment plan, giving the utmost priority to patient security.


Orthopaedic Treatment Facilities

Orthopaedic Consultation

Initial evaluations and consultations with skilled orthopaedic surgeons are provided by the department. Symptoms, medical background, and concerns can all be discussed by patients, resulting in precise diagnoses and specialised treatment regimens.

Diagnostic Services

X-rays, MRI scans, CT scans, and bone density assessments are various diagnostic services offered by the department. These imaging techniques help to pinpoint the underlying reasons behind musculoskeletal problems.

Fracture Care

Orthopaedic surgeons are experts at treating fractures of all types, from simple to complicated. For the purpose of setting and stabilising fractured bones, guaranteeing correct alignment, and promoting optimum healing, they offer emergency care.

Joint Replacement

The division performs joint replacement procedures, including hip, knee, and shoulder replacements. These operations, which aim to reduce pain and restore joint function, are advised for those who have severe joint damage from arthritis or an injury.

Physical Therapy

Following surgery or an injury, the department offers physical therapy services to help patients regain strength, movement, and function.

Pain Treatment

To help control chronic pain brought on by musculoskeletal disorders, a variety of pain management services are provided, including medication, injections, and other therapies.

Sports Medicine

Athletes and physically active people who sustain sports-related injuries such as ligament tears, sprains, strains, and overuse injuries are treated by orthopaedic specialists in the discipline of sports medicine. To assist patients in regaining their strength and agility, rehabilitation programmes are offered.

Trauma Care

Emergency care for orthopaedic trauma cases, such as multiple fractures, dislocations, and severe soft tissue injuries, is crucially provided by the department. It is essential to analyse the situation quickly and take action to stop any future difficulties.

Pediatric Orthopaedics

For the diagnosis and treatment of Pediatric musculoskeletal problems, Orthopaedic departments may also offer specialized Paediatric Orthopaedic treatments.

Orthotics and prosthetics

Orthopaedic departments may provide patients who need them with orthotics, which are braces, splints, and other devices to support and protect the musculoskeletal system, and prosthetics, which are artificial limbs.

Orthopedic Doctors

Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • Cutting-edge arthroscopic tools for difficult procedures
  • To manage patients with arthritis, the department has seasoned and committed rheumatologists.
  • A state-of-the-art Physiotherapy Department and a sophisticated rehabilitation department with electrotherapy equipment.
  • To reduce discomfort, scars, and recovery time while maximizing your recovery, our surgeons are competent in executing minimally invasive and robotic-assisted operations.
  • In order to provide comprehensive care that takes into account all facets of a patient’s illness, the orthopaedic department frequently works in conjunction with other medical disciplines like radiography, rheumatology, and physical therapy.


Joint discomfort, fractures, sprains, strains, and sports injuries are just a few of the musculoskeletal conditions that the orthopaedic department addresses. It also handles more complicated conditions including arthritis, scoliosis, and spine disorders.

A range of diagnostic procedures, including X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, bone scans, and ultrasounds, are available in the orthopaedic department. With the use of these tests, our medical professionals can identify the underlying cause of your symptoms and create a personalised treatment plan for you.

In addition to surgical procedures including joint replacement, arthroscopy, and spine surgery, the orthopaedic department also provides a wide range of non-surgical solutions like physical therapy, medicine, and injections.

Depending on the procedure and the patient, recovery timeframes can vary. In-depth information about what to anticipate during your recovery time, including any required physical therapy or rehabilitation, will be given to you by our professionals.

Orthopaedic treatment includes physical therapy as a significant component. It entails strategies and exercises to increase function, strength, and mobility. Physical therapy could be suggested as a component of your treatment plan by your doctor.

Any proposed surgical procedure’s possible dangers and advantages will be discussed with you by your doctor. While the hazards can include infection, blood clots, and surgical problems, the advantages often include pain reduction, increased mobility, and improved quality of life.

Yes, Orthopaedic Departments often have specialists who treat pediatric orthopaedic conditions, such as congenital deformities, growth plate injuries, and scoliosis.

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