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Overview

The Orthopedic department of Aster Whitefield Hospital is a specialized medical unit that focuses on the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal disorders, including bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. The department is staffed by a team of highly trained surgeons, physicians, nurses, and physical therapists who work together to provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages.

Our Orthopedic department is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities, including advanced imaging techniques such as X-rays, USG (diagnostic & Interventional), CT scans, and MRI. The department also offers a wide range of conservative/ non-invasive and surgical management to address a variety of conditions, from sprains to minor fractures to complex joint replacements, sports injury, Polytrauma surgeries, Deformity correction, and spinal surgeries; catering to all age groups (from Pediatric to Geriatric population).

Some of the most common conditions treated in the orthopedic department include arthritis, back pain, bone fractures, joint dislocations, ligament and tendon injuries, and osteoporosis. Orthopedic department of Aster Whitefield Hospital also specializes in sports medicine, which involves the prevention and management of athletic injuries, as well as rehabilitation programs to help patients regain mobility and strength with state of the art Physiotherapy department.

Patients who seek treatment in our orthopedic department receive a personalized approach to care, with a focus on relieving pain, restoring function, and improving overall quality of life. Treatment plans may involve a combination of Lifestyle Modification, Medication, Physical therapy, and Surgery, depending on the severity and type of condition.

All in all, the orthopedic department is a vital component of Aster Whitefield Hospital, offering specialized care and treatment for a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. With a focus on advanced technology, skilled medical professionals, and personalized care, the department helps patients achieve optimal outcomes and enjoy a better quality of life.

Facility Highlights

  • State-of-the-Art Technology: Our department is equipped with the latest technology and tools to provide the most effective diagnosis and treatment options available. We utilize advanced imaging and diagnostic tools, including MRI and CT scans, to accurately diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions.

  • Experienced and Skilled Staff: Our team of orthopaedic surgeons, specialized physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals are highly skilled and experienced in their respective fields. They work together to provide personalized, effective care for each patient.

  • Patient-Centered Care: We understand that each patient's condition is unique, and we take a personalized approach to their care. We work with patients to develop individualized treatment plans that meet their specific needs and goals.

  • Comprehensive Care: We offer a range of services, including joint replacement surgery, sports medicine, trauma surgery, spine surgery, and hand and upper extremity surgery. Our goal is to provide comprehensive care to our patients, from diagnosis to treatment and follow-up care.

  • Convenient Location: Our multi-speciality hospital is in Whitefield, diagonally opposite to ITPL, Bangalore, making it easy for patients to access our services. 

 

Services Offered

  • Musculoskeletal Disorders

  • Complex Trauma / Polytrauma Management

  • Minimally Invasive Fracture Surgery

  • Paediatric Trauma Management

  • Joint Preservation Procedures.

  • Hip and Knee Joint Replacement/Reconstruction - Primary, Complex Primary and Revision

  • Knee and Shoulder Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy

  • Sports Injuries management, Ligament Reconstruction and Rehabilitation

  • Acute Orthopaedic Emergencies

  • Deformity Correction

  • Arthritis Management -conservative/surgical.

  • Geriatric Orthopaedics

  • Osteoporosis Management

Centre Of Excellence

Joint replacement surgeries

Sports medicine

Paediatric orthopaedics

Complex trauma management

Our Doctors

Our Doctors

FAQ’s
What is causing my joint pain or injury?

Joint pain or injury can be caused by a variety of factors including overuse, age-related wear and tear, and underlying medical conditions. In some cases, the exact cause is unknown. An orthopaedic specialist will perform a physical exam and may order imaging tests, such as an X-ray or MRI, to determine the cause of joint pain or injury.

Do I need surgery for my joint pain or is there a non-surgical option?

Generally, the specialist will recommend the least invasive treatment options first, like lifestyle changes and physical therapy, before considering surgery. If these options are not successful in relieving the pain, then the specialist may suggest exploring surgical options. Surgery may be necessary for certain conditions. An orthopaedic specialist will determine the best treatment plan based on the individual patient's circumstances.

How long will it take to recover from my injury or surgery?

Recovery time varies depending on the type of injury or surgery. If a patient has a more serious injury, he or she may need a longer period of time to heal. A specialist may also suggest physical therapy to help the patient regain strength and mobility. An orthopaedic specialist will be able to provide an estimate of recovery time based on the patient's specific circumstances. What can I do to prevent future injuries or manage my condition? Physical therapy can help strengthen the muscles and tendons around the affected joint, helping to prevent future injuries. Additionally, an orthopaedic specialist can help create a tailored exercise plan to strengthen the muscles and help the patient manage their condition. This may also involve lifestyle changes, such as exercise, weight management, and avoiding certain activities.

Do I need surgery for my joint pain or is there a non-surgical option?

Generally, the specialist will recommend the least invasive treatment options first, like lifestyle changes and physical therapy, before considering surgery. If these options are not successful in relieving the pain, then the specialist may suggest exploring surgical options. Surgery may be necessary for certain conditions. An orthopaedic specialist will determine the best treatment plan based on the individual patient's circumstances.

What are my treatment options for joint pain?

Depending on the cause of the joint pain, the orthopaedic specialist may recommend lifestyle changes, such as exercises to reduce inflammation, physical therapy to increase strength and range of motion, medications to reduce pain and swelling, or surgery to repair or replace the joint.

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