The Department of Orthopaedics in Kamineni Hospitals is dedicated to treating musculoskeletal conditions. This experience, combined with the unique and comprehensive services available at Kamineni, ensures the highest quality of care, right from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation and wellness. The department boasts of ultra-modern modular operation theatres is fitted with imported equipment such as C-arm and reputed Swiss orthopaedic instrumentation. Highly trained paramedical personnels support these operation theatres.
The Sports Medicine, knee and Shoulder Service is offered by a team of 2 surgeons dedicated to treat athletic injuries of the musculoskeletal system, with a special focus on shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, foot and ankle injuries. We field more than 4,000 patient visits each year and perform more than 1,500 surgeries.
The Service is committed to providing a broad continuum of care to the athlete over the course of his or her career. It is our responsibility to see a patient through the consultation, surgical, and rehabilitation process, mindful of the athlete’s current and future performance needs. To that end, the service also offers physical therapy, performance, sports psychology, and nutrition services.
We are the country leader in Hip, Knee, and Surgical Arthritis patient treatment, education, innovation, and research; and have trained more than 100 of the Sports Medicine leaders in institution all over the country.
Comprised of 2 Sports Medicine orthopedic surgeons and 10 non-surgical physiotherapists specializing in shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and foot and ankle injuries.
We are the country's renowned center for the diagnosis and treatment of hip and knee problems. Our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons perform approximately 500 hip replacements and 800 knee replacements each year, making our hospital one of the most experienced centers in the country.
In addition, our surgeons continue to develop new procedures, including minimally invasive hip arthroscopy, for patients who have hip conditions that do not require a total hip replacement.
We offer particular expertise in ligament and meniscal repairs, cartilage replacement and minimally invasive total knee replacement surgery. In all cases, the hospital has created a comprehensive approach to knee problems – from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation and recovery.
Our Surgical Arthritis Service is an innovative multidisciplinary program designed to provide comprehensive care for patients with severe inflammatory arthritis. The Service draws on expertise from Kamineni’s two major divisions: orthopedic surgery and rheumatology.
We provide effective and lasting treatment for patients with rheumatoid arthritis; aggressive, multi-joint arthritis; other types of inflammatory arthritis; and other autoimmune diseases.
Our patients benefit from the interdisciplinary approach taken by the Service’s physicians, surgeons, who work with a dedicated team of medical and orthopedic residents and fellows, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and social workers. Together, these professionals address the medical and surgical needs of patients as well as provide resources and support for their patients’ everyday activities.
Pediatric orthopedics is a unique sub specialty of our orthopedic department which deals with growing bones and joints which have their own unique qualities and require specialized understanding and approach in treatment methods when compared to fully grown bones of adult patients.
Kamineni’s orthopaedics department is one of the few centers which has a dedicated “Hand and Microsurgical care” unit. Microsurgery aids in the management of hand pathologies and with the recent advances in this technically demanding field, outcome of hand surgery has achieved remarkable results at our center.
Our doctors utilize a wide array of treatments and have immense experience in hip joint replacement and reconstructive surgeries, poly-trauma and complex lower and upper limb peri-articular fractures. We work with each patient to develop a focused and individualized treatment plan so as to relieve the pain and improve the mobility, thereby allowing patients to return to an active life.
Treatment of Hip joint problems has come a long way. Advent of low friction arthroplasty revolutionized the treatment of arthritis of hip joint. With better understanding of the biomechanics, tribology and different bearings of the hip joint, the results of hip joint replacement have become excellent even in young patients.
With better techniques and understanding of hip joint mechanics there is revival of hip joint preservation and reconstructive procedures. In absence of severe degenerative changes in young active patients, hip joint problems are increasingly managed with joint preserving operations with a goal of improving function with native hip joint and preserving the bone stock in long term.
At Kamineni, we are providing hip replacement and preservation surgeries for both adult and young patients.
Our doctors have immense experience in polytrauma and complex lower and upper limb periarticular fractures, and successfully treat very complex cases of trauma.
Pelvis and acetabulum fractures form a part of the spectrum of polytrauma. They are considered lethal fractures with high morbidity and mortality. Difficult anatomy, extensive surgical approaches and postoperative complications make fixation of pelvis and acetabulum complex and challenging for orthopaedic surgeon. Hence management of pelvis and acetabulum trauma is now a subspecialty within orthopaedic traumatology at Kamineni Hospitals.
Most successful outcomes in poly-trauma patient management (Internationally)
Our spine surgeons are greatly experienced specialists who employ state of the art surgical techniques to efficiently treat a host of conditions associated with the spinal column.
We perform every type of spinal decompressive and reconstructive surgeries and successfully treat various conditions namely cervical, thoracic, and lumbar disc disease, spinal tumors, spinal cord tumors, cranio-cervical junction anomalies, fractures, and a variety of degenerative spinal diseases.