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Among the fastest growing fields of medicine in the world, orthopaedics has become one of the cornerstones of healthcare.

At Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, the Department of Orthopaedics comprises a large team of surgeons, physicians, physiotherapists, technicians and so on. From simple fracture fixation to complex arthroscopic procedures, our Ortho team is equipped with both the expertise and the technology to help patients in the best way possible. Thousands of patients have benefited from being treated by 3 of the Best Ortho Doctors In Coimbatore for knee and hip joint replacements carried out at our institution.

Many who suffer from sport-related injuries have benefited from advanced surgery such as ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) surgery, PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) surgery, rotator cuff surgery and SAD (sub acromian decompression). We are also among the few institutions with expertise at polytrauma management with multiple teams working together to save patients suffering from multiple grievous injuries.

Our spine surgeries have saved many a victim of a crash and our specialised team of paediatric orthopaedic doctors provide excellent care to children.

Treatments & Procedures

Frequently Asked Questions

Do the diagnostic tests hurt?

In general, no. This depends on the type of diagnostic procedure that you are undergoing, but most orthopedic injuries or conditions require the use of painless imaging and radiology tests, like X-rays, bone scans or other tests. A doctor can perform minimally invasive laboratory tests that require a sample of joint fluid when diagnosing arthritis, but this is not a painful procedure.

In the past, before returning to normal activities, a patient may typically expect to stay anywhere from 3-7 days, followed by six weeks or more of difficult therapy. After being treated by some of the Best Ortho Doctor In Coimbatore, most patients are discharged in as little as one to two days with minimally invasive surgery, with a significantly faster return to normal activity and less post-operative pain.

Yes. The painful joints of many patients suffering from arthritis are overprotected, which can cause weakening and interfere with recovery. That is why it is vital that you begin the exercise program as described in the Replacement Educational Guide you received from your doctor before your scheduled surgery.

You'll have some pain and swelling with just about any orthopedic surgical procedure, including joint replacement surgery and revision surgery (replacing a worn-out artificial joint from a previous surgery). Your doctor and clinical staff will work with you to manage your pain effectively and ensure that you recover as expected.

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