The Trauma Center is equipped to provide comprehensive emergency medical services to patients suffering traumatic injuries. It provides in-house surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other surgical and non-surgical specialists and medical personnel, equipment and facilities for immediate or follow-up treatment for severely injured patients, 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
Orthopedic surgery is the surgical treatment of diseases and injuries affecting the musculo-skeletal system (the system that enables physical movement using the muscles and skeleton). The aim of orthopedic surgery, therefore, is to restore lost function in any part of the musculo-skeletal system to allow the patient to return to their former way of life.
Spine Department provides comprehensive and coordinated spine care and treatment for spinal conditions to cure the most common arthritic and degenerative spine disorders, spinal tumors, and spine infections.
Sports medicine is the science dealing with injuries related to exercise and various recreational activities. Various means of treatment are being used especially arthroscopy which refers to the usage of small portals and cameras for the management of various joint injuries.
Pediatricorthopedic refers to the branch of orthopedics dealing with problems involving bones and the musculoskeletal system of children. It involves the management of various childhood deformities and injuries. It is a delicate field requiring tremendous care and expertise.