Our Orthopaedics Surgeons

Our orthopaedics surgeons will take a history of your illness or injury and then do a physical examination. This may be followed by diagnostic studies such as x-rays or blood tests. He/She will then discuss your diagnosis and help you select the best treatment plan so that you can live an active and functional life.

Orthopaedic surgeons treat problems of the musculoskeletal system. This involves:

  • Key Hole Fracture Fixation.
  • Complex Trauma Surgery for Bones & Joints, including:      Acetabulum, Pelvis, Scapula.
  • Hand Reconstructive Surgery.
  • Spine Surgery.
  • Endoscopic Assisted Spinal Surgery.
  • Minimal Invasive Fixation of Spine.
  • Video Assisted Thoracic Spine Surgery.
  • Deformities Correction for Spine
  • Tumor Surgery for Reconstruction.
  • Micro Vascular and Micro Neural Surgery.
  • Complex Reconstructive Surgery for Composite Tissue loss.
  • Endoscopic Assisted Surgery for Joint and Cavities.
  • Deformities Correction/Limb Lengthening.
  • Total Knee and Hip Replacement/Small Joint Replacement.
  • Revision Total Knee and Hip Replacement Arthoplasty.
  • Equipped With

    • Advance C-arm Reducing the Radiation Exposure.
    • Ultramodern Endoscope and International Quality Implants Assuring Quality Specification.
    • Multiple C-arm to Reduce the Duration of Surgery and to Improve 3-D precision for implant Placement.

    Clinical Team

    Prof.(Dr.) Sudhir Kumar

    Designation: Senior Consultant (Orthopaedics)

    Prof. (Dr.) Ajay Kumar Verma

    Designation: Senior Consultant (Orthopedics)

    Dr. Nilay Kumar

    Designation: Specialist & Consultant (Orthopedics)

    Dr. B.K. Sinha

    Designation: Senior Medical Officer (Orhtopedics)

    Dr. B.V. Hargave

    Designation: (MBBS, DNB Resident) (Orhtopedics)

    Dr Danish Ejaj

    Designation:(MBBS DNB Resident)

    Dr.Satyam kr Singh

    Designation:(MBBS,DNB Resident)

    Dr. Nand Kishore Tirkey

    Designation:(MBBS,DNB Resident)

    HOME ISOLATION ADVICE FOR COVID PATIENTS: 1.Isolate the patient in a room preferably with washroom facility. 2. Patient to wear three layer surgical masks. 3. Normal diet with protein. No high carbohydrate and protein diet. 4. Drink plenty of warm water/ fruit juices to maintain good hydration. No cold water. 5. Steam inhalation 3-4 times a day. 6. Gargle with warm water 3-4 times a day. 7. Sleep in Prone position (Pet ke bal) for two hours each time at least 3-4 times in 24 hours. 8. Practice Pranayam/breathing exercises like blowing of balloons.