CENTRE FOR ORTHOPAEDICS, TRAUMA AND JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERYThe Centre specialises in providing treatment for all musculoskeletal disorders – a one-stop facility for complete bone and joint care, providing solutions that vary from joint replacement to sports medicine, spine surgeries, trauma surgeries, deformities correction and rehabilitation. Nayati hospitals have a strong team of orthopaedic specialists, supported by facilities such as advanced operating rooms, recovery rooms and physiotherapy services.
Joint Replacement Surgeries
These are procedures wherein damaged parts of cartilage and bone are replaced with new, artificial components made of metal, plastic or ceramic. At Nayati, we specialize in partial and total joint replacement surgeries of the knee, hip and shoulder. Supported by advanced technology, our highly-skilled team of doctors ensure excellent surgical outcomes and speedy recovery.
Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery
Sports medicine deals with sports-related injuries, mainly in areas such as the knee, foot, ankle, elbow, shoulder and hip. One of our niche areas is Arthroscopy – a surgical procedure conducted for an injured joint. While most surgeries leave marks, the precision of our expert surgeons in treating injuries leaves negligible scars.
Injuries and Trauma
The two problems are becoming increasingly common due to the rising number of road accidents. Our orthopaedic teams work round-the-clock to take care of patients suffering from critical injuries such as pelvis and acetabular fractures, besides other grievous wounds. Nayati’s 24x7 trauma and emergency services are unmatched in the region. Facilities such as state-of-the-art modular Laminar Operation Theatres, modern radiology, imaging and ultrasounds support our teams in providing the best possible care to patients with critical, life-threatening injuries. The Department has also built an enviable reputation for its high success rate in performing corrective procedures rectifying previously-failed surgeries.
This surgery is recommended when medication and physiotherapy fail to relieve symptoms of back pain caused by injury or ageing. Nayati’s orthopaedic teams are renowned for their expertise in spinal surgeries and post-surgery care. We also treat conditions such as fractures, prolapse of intervertebral disc and scoliosis.
Bone deformities can be congenital, acquired or develop due to certain health conditions or trauma. Deformities affect the organs and can cause pain if not treated in time. We specialise in deformity correction and, if needed, use the Russian Ilizarov technique – where an external fixation is done by a surgeon to lengthen or reshape limb bones, providing maximum health benefits to the patient.
Nayati provides surgical and non-surgical treatment for all musculoskeletal conditions in babies, children and adolescents. Whether it is a simple fracture or spine deformity, our highly-trained physicians and therapists offer complete care. Common ailments such as dysplasia hip, club foot, knock-knee deformities and sports injuries are regularly treated at Nayati.
Arthritis and other rheumatic disorders can affect the joints and the spine. With modern facilities such as laboratory investigations, Bone Scan and Digital X-rays, our teams can diagnose rheumatic disorders easily. We offer surgical and non-surgical procedures to treat inflammation in the hip, knee, hands or any other joints in the body, across age groups.
Health Conditions We Treat
Congenital and developmental abnormalities
Infection and inflammation of bones and joints
Arthritis and rheumatic disorders
Musculoskeletal problems due to metabolic and endocrine disorders
Neurological disorders and muscle weakness
Fractures (adult and paediatric)
Our Department's Strengths
24x7 Trauma ServicesAt Nayati, emergency specialists regularly handle life- and limb-t...
At Nayati, emergency specialists regularly handle life- and limb-threatening, trauma-related injuries caused mainly by road accidents.
State-of-the-Art Radiology and ImagingThe Department has world-class radiology and imaging services such...
The Department has world-class radiology and imaging services such as CT Scans (128 bit), MRI, Digital X-rays, Ultrasounds, DEXA and Bone Scans.
Physiotherapy ServicesNayati physiotherapists help patients maintain, restore and maximi...
Nayati physiotherapists help patients maintain, restore and maximize their physical strength, function and motion while helping deal with conditions such as sprains, back pain, arthritis, sports injuries, reduced mobility and post-operative rehabilitation.
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1. How do I book an appointment with an orthopaedic specialist at Nayati?
You can call us at 0565-6675500 (Mathura), 7055562562 (Agra), Delhi (011-66176617) or our Emergency number – 18004199565
2. Whom do I contact if I walk into Nayati with a backache
You can contact the Reception or Front Office Executive to Book an Appointment.
3. How do I access outpatient physiotherapy services?
No need for physiotherapy because of painless surgery and rapid recovery. All Nayati Hospitals have a special Pain Management Programme for these cases, including techniques such as careful handling of tissues, special surgical techniques, injections and other select medical treatment for making the patient comfortable after surgery.
4. Will I be able to play sports after replacement surgery?
Yes, one can play non-contact light sports (e.g. golf) or opt for physical activities such as swimming, cycling, etc.
5. How many days do I need to be admitted in the hospital for a knee replacement?
A patient needs two days’ admission in the hospital for knee replacement surgery.
6. Is physiotherapy mandatory for every orthopaedic condition?
No. Physiotherapy is not mandatory for every orthopaedic condition. But an exercise protocol taught to the patient has to be followed, which is in the form of a small booklet displaying written and pictorial information about these exercises.