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Best Orthopedic Hospital in Noida

The Department of Orthopaedics offer comprehensive care for all Orthopaedic problems including knee, hip, and joint problems. We focus on providing the best patient care with professional expertise for early mobilization.

We perform procedures like Joint Replacement Surgery, Arthroscopic Surgery, Traumatic Orthopaedic Surgery, Hand, Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, Spine Surgery, Articular Surface Replacement Hip Surgery, Foot & Ankle Surgery, Total Knee & Hip Replacement Surgery among several others.

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

If a patient’s knee is sternly damaged by arthritis or because of any injury, it may be difficult for them to perform everyday activities, such as climbing stairs or walking. After a period, they may even begin to feel pain while sitting or lying down. When non-surgical treatments like use of walking supports and medications prove no longer to be helpful, the doctor may advise the patient to undergo a total knee replacement surgery. It is a safe procedure that helps in pain relief, corrects leg deformity and helps the patient resume normal activities.

Joint Replacement Surgery

Joint replacement surgery is a procedure in which parts of a damaged joint are replaced with prosthesis. The prosthesis is usually made from metal, ceramic or plastic. It easily replicates the movement of a healthy joint. Joint replacement surgery is performed on knee, hip, wrist, ankle, elbow and shoulder. The most commonly performed ones include hip and knee replacements.


Arthritis literally means inflammation of one or more joints and is usually accompanied by frequent joint pain (arthralgia). Common symptoms of arthritis include joint redness, swelling, stiffness and limited movement. The major causes of arthritis are broken bone, autoimmune disease, infection and wear and tear in joints. A surgery is required in case joint cartilage is damaged and becomes painful.


Osteoporosis weakens the bones and makes them susceptible to unexpected and sudden fractures. The condition often progresses without any painful and visible symptoms. The signs and symptoms include back pain, reduced mobility, drop in blood pressure, loss of height, stooped posture and an increased risk of falling. The common causes are bone cancer, smoking, low calcium diet, genetic disorders, age and thyroid problems. Upon diagnosis, doctors recommend weight bearing exercises, estrogen therapy, vitamin D and calcium supplements and medications that improve bone density.

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