Minimally Invasive Hip Correction
Unlike traditional total hip replacement. Minimally invasive Hip Correction procedure in which one or two shorter incisions is are used to reduce pain and speed recovery.
Minimally Invasive Knee Correction
Unlike Traditional Knee replacement minimally invasive knee correction is performed through a shorter incision which allows for less tissue disturbance.
This is an arthroscopic procedure which is used to repair a detached labrum, a thick band of cartilage attached to the glenoid bone.
The protrusion of the inner disc of the spinal column which may be caused due to weakness or injury.
Tailbone Pain Treatment
Tailbone Pain Is A Pain In Or Around The Bony Structure At The Bottom Of The Spine Which Can Be Treated By Physical Therapies, Medications And Other Treatments.
Stem Cell Therapy For Orthopedic Conditions
Some specific conditions that can be treated with stem cell therapy include: Mild to moderate osteoarthritis/degenerative arthritis of joints, especially the hip and knee.
Sciatica Pain Treatment
Sciatica treatment usually consists of nonsurgical methods that can be applied as needed, such as heat therapy, cold treatment, and pain medications.
Osteoporosis Treatment Focuses On Slowing Down Or Stopping The Mineral Loss, Increasing Bone Density, Preventing Bone Fractures, And Controlling The Pain Associated With The Disease
Neck Pain Treatment
Neck Pain Treatment Is Done To Reduce The Persistent Neck Pain Which May Be Caused Due To Poor Posture, Accident, Injury, Etc.
Ligament Reconstruction Is A Surgery Performed To Remove The Torn Ligament And Replace It With The New Graft Tissue.
Knee Replacement Is A Surgical Procedure In Which The Damaged Parts Of Your Knee Are Replaced With Prosthetics.
Knee Pain Treatment
Knee Pain Can Be Caused By Both Short-Term And Long-Term Problems. Knee Pain Treatment Will Vary, Depending Upon The Cause Of The Knee Pain.
Spinal Disc Surgery
It Is A Surgery To Remove The Disc Known As A Herniated Disc In The Lower Spine.
It Is A Procedure That Joins Two Or More Vertebrae.
It involves surgically removing damaged areas of the shoulder and replacing them with artificial parts.