Fracture Treatment

Treatment options include surgically inserting metal rods or plates to hold the broken bone pieces together or immobilising the bone with a plaster cast.

Sports Injury

A sports injury may be chronic or acute (sudden) (develop over time). Overuse, direct collision, or the application of force larger than the body component can physically withstand are the main causes of sports injuries.

Back & Neck Pain

Vertebral degeneration is frequently brought on by ageing, stress on the muscles and ligaments supporting your spine, or both. Infection. abnormal development, as a bone spur or tumour.

Joint Pain

Any portion of a joint, including cartilage, bone, ligaments, tendons, or muscles, can cause joint pain, which can manifest as discomfort, pain, or inflammation.

Geriatric Orthopaedics

Geriatric conditions, such as dependency in daily activities of life, cognitive impairment, falls, incontinence, low body mass index, dizziness, vision impairment, and hearing impairment (bathing, dressing, eating, transferring, toileting)


The swelling and pain of one or more joints are symptoms of arthritis. Joint stiffness and pain are the primary signs of arthritis, and these symptoms often get worse with age.


Alteration or deformation of a portion, organ, or the body as a whole from its normal shape. It could be congenital or acquired. Deformity usually indicates the existence of a bone fracture, bone dislocation, or both if it develops following an injury.

Gait Related Issues

Gait disruptions can be caused by orthopaedic conditions such osteoarthritis and skeletal deformities, neurological abnormalities like sensory or motor deficiencies, and medical conditions.

Limb Length Issues

A discrepancy in the size of the lengths of both the arms or the legs is referred to as limb length. Leg length variances of a small magnitude are typical.


Osteoporosis is defined as “porous bone.” Since the condition weakens bones, having it increases your chance of sudden, unforeseen bone fractures. If you have osteoporosis, your bones are weaker and have less mass.

PRP Therapy for Early Arthritis & Ligament Injuries

PRP can strengthen repaired tendons and ligaments by increasing fibroblast proliferation and collagen formation, which has been shown to increase both the number of cells and the cellular components.

PRP Therapy for Tennis/Golfers Elbow/Plantar Fasciitis

Tennis elbow pain can be effectively and safely treated with PRP therapy. In order to hasten the repair of damaged muscles, joints, and ligaments, patients undergoing platelet-rich plasma treatments.

Bone Marrow Concentrate Injection for Osteonecrosis/AVN

Total joint replacement, also known as arthroplasty, is the preferred treatment for late-stage osteonecrosis when the joint has been damaged. In this procedure, prosthetic components are used to replace the damaged joint.

Bone Marrow Concentrate Injection for Cartilage Defects

A complex variety of biological elements, such as platelets, white blood cells, red blood cells, hematopoietic precursors, and nonhematopoietic precursors, can be found in bone marrow aspirate (BMA).

Viscosupplementation for Early Osteoarthritis

A method known as viscosupplementation involves injecting hyaluronate, a viscous fluid, into the knee joint. Viscosupplementation will not reverse knee osteoarthritis because there is no known cure for the condition.