We will all suffer from some form of bone and joint pain at some point in our lives but what is important is how we act upon to quickly manage the condition and prevent it from restricting our lifestyles.
Chronic pain has the ability to weaken your movements, causing interruptions in your daily life. And to improve your condition you might need to undergo a surgery. If you do require surgery, you can be rest assured that your treatment will be led by a fully qualified specialist consultant and their team.
Orthopedics is a medical speciality that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of patients with musculoskeletal problems. At SL Raheja, Mumbai, we treat a variety of diseases and conditions, including fractures and dislocations, torn ligaments, sprains and strains tendon injuries, pulled muscles, etc.
Your treatment may also involve medical counselling, medications and therapies such as exercise and physiotherapy. We discuss the treatment options with you and help you choose the most suitable treatment plan to enable you to live an active and functional life.
Consider having your knee replaced if your knee joints have been damaged by either progressive arthritis or other destructive diseases of the joint. Regardless of the cause of damage to the joint, the result is increase in pain and stiffness which may not allow you to function normally.
Knee replacement surgery can help relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Hip Replacement surgery is a procedure in which a painful hip joint with arthritis is removed and replaced with an artificial joint. It is usually done when other treatment options have failed to provide adequate relief.
Our foot is made up of 26 bones and 33 joints arranged in columns and arches. Ligament hold three bones in place and muscles- tendon units help move them. Symptoms of this foot may be due to problems with any of three structures. Our qualified team of experts can help establish the right diagnosis and recommend appropriate treatment. Most feet problems can be managed conservatively. However, surgery may be required in certain cases and our surgeons can help you to make that decision.
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