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Our Specialities

Orthopedics Surgery

Our Highly Experienced Orthopaedic team has expertise in Diagnosis and Treatment of various Complex Ortho disorders including Limb Surgery, Trauma, Bone Diseases and other Complex Congenital conditions.


    Central Multi Superspeciality Hospital is the best orthopedic hospital in Gondia provides comprehensive and world-class orthopaedic services. This department offers specialized care in the field of complex trauma, poly-trauma and related sub-specialities. The Orthopaedic department at our hospitals delivers personalised care utilising the latest research and evidence-based medicine. The department provides management related to disorders of bone, joint and a variety of musculoskeletal disorders.
    The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at our Hospital in Gondia provides state-of-the-art medical treatment in all fields of Orthopaedic Surgery, including Trauma and Accident Surgery, Spine Surgery, Joint Replacements, Paediatric Orthopaedics, Shoulder Surgery, Sports Medicine, and Arthroscopy.

  • Diagnosing and treating injuries caused by sports or physical activity;
  • Management of conditions that usually get worse over age & time, such as osteoarthritis or osteoporosis
  • help you avoid pain and discomfort when using a muscle or joint.
  • Some of the procedures that we take care are joint, Total knee replacement, hip and shoulder replacement, arthritis and custom implant surgeries. We treat sports-related injuries, which can be extremely painful and traumatic. Our sports medicine team works with surgeons to put sportspersons on a quick path to recovery. Arthroscopy, knee, shoulder and ankle arthroscopy, recurrent shoulder dislocation, rotator cuff repair, subacromial decompression, Msaicrominal and articular cartilage implantation are some of the other procedures done routinely.
    We are equipped to diagnose and treat hand & upper limb surgery, which includes management of hand fractures, soft tissues of hand, malunited fractures, infections of hand and upper limb crush, hand injuries, tendon, nerve repair, reconstruction, tumours of hand and upper limb, congenital deformity, rheumatoid hand, soft tissue affections, elbow, radial head and joint replacement.
    Central Hospital's orthopaedic department has a team of trained surgeons from India and abroad. In addition, efficient occupational therapists, physiotherapists and pain management experts work towards the quick rehabilitation of the patient leading to a better quality of life.

    Orthopaedic treatment :

    Orthopaedic surgeons deal with the problems of the musculoskeletal system, which may involve the following:

  • Diagnosis of the injury or disorder
  • Prescribing treatments with medication, exercise, surgery, casting, etc.
  • Rehab Centres or physical therapy to restore adequate movement, strength and function
  • Preventing further injury and slowing the progression of diseases
  • Apart from the diseases and conditions of the musculoskeletal system, orthopaedics can also specialise in certain other areas like the spine, shoulder, hand, foot, ankle, hip or knee. Specific fields that they may choose to focus on include paediatrics, trauma or sports medicine.

    Total Knee Replacement Surgery

    If a patient’s knee is severely damaged by arthritis or secondary to any injury, it may be difficult for them to perform everyday activities, such as climbing stairs or walking. After a period, they may even begin to feel pain while sitting or lying down. When non-surgical treatments prove no longer to be helpful, the doctor may advise the patient to undergo a total knee replacement surgery. It is a safe procedure that helps in pain relief, corrects leg deformity and helps the patient resume normal activities.
    Also known as knee arthroplasty, total knee replacement surgery is offered in Central Hospital Gondia. There are four steps to total knee replacement surgery. These steps include preparation of the bone, positioning the metal implants, resurfacing the patella and inserting a spacer. Before a total knee replacement surgery is performed, Orthopaedicians do an evaluation of the medical history, conduct a physical examination, X-rays and other tests like MRI and blood tests. The doctor then reviews the results and discusses with the patient if total knee replacement surgery is the best option in their case to improve function and relieve pain. Other treatment options include physical therapy, medications, injections and other types of surgery. Diligently following the surgeon’s instructions after the procedure and taking care of knee replacement and general health are important and necessary to contribute to the success of the total knee replacement surgery.
    Numerous conditions can lead to joint pain and disability and cause patients to think about undergoing joint replacement surgery. In many cases, damage to the cartilage causes joint pain. This damage can be either from arthritis, fracture, or any other condition. When non-surgical treatments like medication, change in lifestyle and physical therapy do not offer any relief in the condition, the doctor may recommend joint replacement surgery.
    Before the surgery, the doctor will explain the patient about potential risks and complications of total joint replacement, including those related to the surgery itself and those that can occur after the surgery. Joint replacement surgery takes a few hours. During the surgery, the damaged or injured cartilage and bone is detached from the joint and substituted with prosthetic components made of ceramic, plastic or metal. The prosthesis works like a normal joint and mimics its shape and movement. Regular exercise is an important part of the recovery process. The doctor or physical therapist will provide the patient with specific exercises to help restore movement and strengthen the joint.

    Hip Replacement Surgery

    Total hip replacement surgery intends to relieve hip pain and increase its function by resurfacing the bones that meet at the hip joint. The surgeon removes the femoral head and replaces it with the prosthesis. This prosthetic femur head is in the shape of a ball and fits seamlessly into the rounded cup prosthesis that becomes the new socket of the pelvis. If the hip is damaged by fracture, arthritis or any other condition, performing common activities like walking or getting in and out of a chair or bed may be problematic for the patient. The hip may be stiff and it may be hard to perform simple tasks like putting on shoes and socks. The patient may even not find comfort while resting. When changes in lifestyle, everyday activities, medications and walking support do not help in making the condition better, the doctor may recommend a hip replacement surgery. It is a safe surgery that effectively helps the patient by relieving pain, helping them to get back to normal, increasing motion and enjoying everyday activities.


    The first thing that an orthopaedic surgeon will do before performing a physical examination is to ask about the history of illness or injury. They will then move forward to diagnostic studies, such as x-rays and blood tests. After the diagnosis and informing the patient about the problem, they will come up with a treatment plan to help them live an active and functional life. The treatment can either be nonsurgical or surgical.

    Nonsurgical treatment:

    Certain musculoskeletal conditions can be treated without surgery. Orthopaedic surgeons can prescribe a treatment that involves medication, exercise, rehabilitation or alternative therapies. In cases when patients don’t respond to nonsurgical treatments, they recommend going for surgery.

    Surgical treatment:

    There are several types of surgeries that an orthopaedic surgeon can perform. Some of the common procedures include:

  • Arthroscopy: This procedure uses special cameras and equipment to visualise, detect and treat conditions inside a joint.
  • Joint replacement: Joint replacement can be a partial, total or revision surgical treatment. In this surgery, an arthritic or damaged joint is removed and replaced with an artificial joint called a prosthesis.
  • Fusion: It involves fusing bones with bone grafts and internal devices like metal rods to heal into a single solid bone.
  • Osteotomy: Cutting and repositioning the bone to correct bone deformity
  • Internal fixation: This method involves using metal plates, pins or screws to hold the broken pieces of bone in a proper position.

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