Center for Orthopaedics
The Center for Orthopaedics offers the most comprehensive health care systems and virtually all of the finest, latest treatments, technologies and services comparable to the best available. Our team comprises of internationally reputed surgeons, medical & rehabilitative specialists, and occupational and physical therapists. The Physiotherapy Department backs our Center with highly qualified therapists and specialists.
- World renowned Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Minimally Invasive Surgeries
- High Flexion Knee Replacement for more flexibility
- Operation Theatres with Ultra-clean Laminar Air Flow System
- Disc surgery
- Micro surgery for disc
- Fixation systems for fractures
- Surgery for correction of spinal deformities
- Surgery for spinal tuberculosis
- Endoscopic spine surgery
- Key hole surgery for disorders of the knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle
- Trauma and Fracture surgery
- High quality Swiss ‘AO’ systems help stabilize fractures
- Image intensifier, confirms perfect fracture fixations
- Ilizarov and External Fixation Device
- Management of open fractures
- Infected non-union of long bones
- Limb lengthening
- Correction of deformities
- Fusion of joints
Facilities & Technology
Our specialists use minimally-invasive techniques to carry out complicated procedures. Our facilities includes
- Imported arthroscopic equipment for arthroscopic surgeries and techniques.
- Complete range of general orthopedic equipment
- Equipment for spinal surgery
- Image intensifier
- AO/ASIF Equipment of Fracture treatment
- Operating room facilities – C-arm, sophisticated battery operated drills.
- Instruments for stabilization of fractures
- Multifunctional O.T tables
- Linear airflow steel operating theatres
- Diagnostic facilities; X-ray, Usg, CT-Scan, MRI.
- X- ray
Ultrasonography uses high frequency sound waves inaudible to the human ear to visualize body structures. It is often the modality of choice for sports injuries, ligament tears, and early changes of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
- CT Scan
Multidetector CT scans allows us to image abnormalities of bone with ultra-high resolution. The images are generated akin to thin slices that appear to opening the body up. CT scan is routinely used for evaluation of complex fractures, joint reconstructions, and bone tumors.
MRI is a non-invasive, non-ionizing imaging modality that uses high radio -frequency pulses. It is the imaging modality of choice for joint derangements, muscle and tendon injuries radio graphically occult fractures, infections and tumors of bone and soft tissues.
- Bone Mineral Densitometry Scan (DEXA Scan)
DEXA scan is used to diagnose Osteoporosis, to follow up for the efficacy of treatments for osteoporosis and also to assess one’s risk of getting fractures.
Arthrograms are used to study the anatomy of the joints under real-time imaging.
- CT guided Biopsy (Disc Space, Para-vertebral Soft tissue, Vertebral Body)
This method is a non-invasive technique to obtain various specimens for detailed study.
Patient Testimonials For Orthopaedics
I had a successful bilateral total knee replacement with Dr. R. A. Purnachandra
I received unbelievable support at Yashoda Hospitals. Unlike other places, they
After expensive but completely ineffective treatment in Zambia, I made the
I found relief after undergoing surgery by Dr. Sunil Dachepally. I live life
I had a successful knee arthroscopy with Dr. Sunil Dachepally. I recommend this
I had a successful operation with Dr. Jaya Krishna Reddy. Today, I feel good
Yashoda Hospital successfully performed hip replacement surgery for Ms. Shayma
Mr. Thirupathi Reddy aged 66 years came with complaints of chronic knee pain in
Patient could walk with in 3 hours of knee replacement surgery. Knee
Knee replacement surgery of both knees done at Yashoda Hospitals by best
Health Blogs for Orthopaedics
Is stunting in the elderly related to osteoporosis?
Sep 06, 2019 17:49
Losing some height, especially after the age of 40, is normal due to loss of muscle mass. However, a significant height loss can signal osteoporosis, that people over the age of 50 should be aware of.
Arthroscopic reconstructive surgeries for sports injuries
May 31, 2019 16:04
Arthroscopic surgery is one of the greatest advances in modern orthopedic surgery. It offers an individual a cost-effective and minimally invasive alternative to conventional open approach surgery.
Overview of hip fracture and treatment options
May 10, 2019 17:52
Hip fracture is one of the most serious fractures in the elderly. Hip fracture occurs when the femur or the thigh bone breaks due to a fall or accident. Hip fracture is diagnosed through physical evaluation and imaging techniques.
Shoulder Replacement Surgery (Arthroplasty)
Apr 05, 2019 17:12
Shoulder replacement surgery or shoulder arthroplasty is a surgical technique to replace the damaged ends of the bones of the shoulder joint that are causing pain and discomfort as well as restricting motion of the shoulder joint.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury – Role of Arthroscopy
Mar 26, 2019 11:51
An ACL injury is a sprain or tear of the anterior cruciate ligament which is a most commonly seen sports injury in athletes and sportsperson involved in tennis, basketball, football etc.
Why does the femoral head lose its blood supply?
Mar 15, 2019 18:30
A lack of blood supply to the tissue within the bone leads to its death, a condition called as avascular necrosis or osteonecrosis. It can sometimes lead to tiny breaks within the structure of the bone which is responsible for its eventual collapse.
మోకాలు కీలు మార్పిడి చేయించుకుంటే ప్రమాదమా?
Feb 27, 2019 17:01
కీలుమార్పిడి ఓ క్లిష్టమైన శస్త్రచికిత్స. ఇందుకోసం సరైన సర్జన్, సరైన ఆస్పత్రి ఎంపిక మీ జీవితంపైన చాలా ప్రభావం చూపుతుంది. విజయవంతంగా కీళ్లమార్పిడి ఆపరేషన్లను తరచూ నిర్వహించిన అనుభవం గల నిపుణులు ఉండి, పెద్ద సంఖ్యలో నిర్వహించే అత్యాధునిక వైద్యసదుపాయాలు గల ఆస్పత్రిని ఎంపికచేసుకోండి.
Arthritis and diabetes may go hand in hand
Dec 10, 2018 18:45
The importance of this data is to understand that arthritis-specific barriers to physical activity can be one of the causes for diabetes, explains Dr. Krishna Subramanyam, senior orthopedic and joint replacement surgeon at Yashoda Hospitals.
Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC), a regenerative therapy for bone and joint injuries
Oct 16, 2018 10:57
The regenerative stem cells from the person's bone marrow are tapped to prepare a concentrate which is then used in treating bone and joint injuries. Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) thus formed is injected into the site of injury in a simple day-care procedure under local anesthesia. This treatment is used for pain in the knees, hip, elbows, wrist, ankle, foot and even spine.
What is a sacroiliac joint injection?
Jul 24, 2017 22:22
A Sacroiliac Joint Injection is designed to treat pain and inflammation in the Sacroiliac Joint. What is sacroiliac joint pain? The Sacroiliac Joint is the connects the spine to the hip bones. There are two sacroiliac joints in the body, one on each side of the sacrum connected by strong ligaments. In humans, they help transfer […]
Aug 08, 2016 10:45
Selfie elbow is an overuse injury; only conscious efforts to take pressure off the elbow may be of help. Sonal, Akhil, Varun and Lalitha have two things in common, their obsession for taking selfie photos, and their suffering from painful elbows. What is now increasingly seen in young and old who take selfie photos with […]
May 27, 2016 05:01
Myelodysplastic Syndrome is a condition where the bone marrow fails to produce proper number of blood cells (RBC, WBC and Platelets). In the last stages, Myelodysplastic syndrome may turn into acute myeloid leukemia, a type of cancer. People with myelodysplastic syndrome have immature and defective blood cells that lead to problems of anemia, infections and […]
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that silently progresses with ageing
May 16, 2016 04:08
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs more in women and lesser in men who are over 50 years of age. Osteoporosis is described as a ‘silent disease’ as the condition has no symptoms. It is only after the bone fracture that the pain is evident. The bone fractures may be of the wrist, hip, […]
How to survive osteoarthritis this winter?
Jan 09, 2016 03:30
Winter’s cold has its terrible impact on the body. This season brings in its trail, cold, flu, skin dryness, flaking, wheezing and cough, joints and back pain, among others. In the old and middle aged with joint and knee pains, the winter season aggravates pains, evident as terrible joint pain, and unbearable joint stiffness. By […]
High Flexion Knee Replacement for more flexibility
Nov 09, 2015 05:37
Patients suffering from osteoarthritis will find relief in the latest high flexion knee replacement, which allows for active lifestyle and resumption of deep knee bending activities. However, this knee replacement surgery is successful only when there is early diagnosis, preoperative flexibility and the right physical therapy. The Flex Fixed Knee replacement allows for flexibility of […]
Tennis Elbow – Prompt diagnosis can have a huge impact on the prognosis
Mar 13, 2015 06:17
Tennis elbow, also referred to as lateral epicondylitis, is a condition wherein pain occurs while overusing the muscles in your elbow.
Compartment Syndrome can be acute (severe injury) or chronic (athletic exertion).
Mar 13, 2015 06:04
Compartment Syndrome is a condition wherein pressure builds up inside the human body in any of its enclosed spaces. This condition may arise due to swelling or bleeding post an injury. Frequently, it occurs in spaces in the leg or arm. Compartment syndrome may be acute or chronic. In India, abdominal compartment syndrome occurs in […]