Sankalpa Super Specialty Hospitals Expertise
From diagnosis and treatment to recuperation and well-being, team Sankalpa is a blend of experienced surgeons and Rheumatologists who provide top quality care for hundreds of patients every day.
Our specialists and well-trained surgeons in Sankalpa Super Speciality Hospital are world-renowned for developing and implementing state-of-the-art techniques to diagnose and treat bone and joint disorders. Our main aim is to provide the highest level of care available so that we may return our patients to their daily activities as quickly as possible.
We take pride in offering full spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions from sprains and strains, limb sparing oncology procedures, from carpel tunnel syndrome to complex spinal reconstruction. We are specialist in providing orthopaedic surgery solutions for those who may be experiencing problems with major joint areas including their knees, shoulders, feet, ankles, hands, wrists and hips.
Facilities and ServicesOur team comprises of highly skilled and trained orthopaedic surgeons, dedicated to finding the best orthopaedic solution for your needs using the latest advances in medical treatment and technology. Whether you're in need of general orthopaedic or sports medicine services, our team at Sankaplpa Super Speciality Hospital would be able to support you in all ways. We offer innovative care options, including surgical and conservative treatment with transparent information and measurable outcomes.
Diagnostic ServicesOur services include:
- Joint Replacement
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Shoulder Replacement
- Arthroscopic Surgery
- Fracture Care
- Spine and Back Injury Treatment
- Foot and Ankle Injury Treatment
- Hand, Wrist and Upper Extremity Care
We treat children and young adults with a wide range of developmental disorders, congenital, neuro muscular and post traumatic problems with bone joints and tendons. We provide surgical and non-surgical treatment for conditions including, but not limited to:
- Spinal disorders, including scoliosis, kyphosis, spondylolysis, and back pain
- Hip diseases like dysplasia, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, and avascular necrosis
- Cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular conditions
- Congenital anomalies/birth defects of the extremities
- Leg length differences
- Club feet
- Trauma and growth disturbances
- Bone tumours (sarcomas)
We offers MRI, CT, nuclear medicine, fluoroscopy, ultrasound (US) DXA and digital x-ray examinations. Our services include:
- Scanning Department (MRI, CT, Radio-isotopes or nuclear medicine)
- Radiology Department (US, fluoroscopy and plain film or x-ray examinations)
- DXA (Metabolic Unit) (osteoporosis examinations)
The department runs wide range of services alongside the anaesthetic management of complex orthopaedic procedures. This service provides peri-operative care for a wide range of procedures including spinal deformity and injury, paediatric orthopaedics, bone tumour surgery, brachial plexus and peripheral nerve surgery, and revision joint replacement surgery. Regional blockade and peripheral nerve blocks are commonly used and maintained postoperatively for analgesia.
Our Orthopaedic unit offers prevention, diagnosis and management of various orthopaedic conditions related to sports and lifestyle in collaboration with our physiotherapist and exercise specialist. Our onsite Rheumatologist can support patients manage orthopaedic conditions such as osteoporosis to help maintain an active lifestyle.
Sports injuries often occur as a result of errors in training and activity and can often be prevented by understanding how the body responds to exercise. Poor quality equipment can also play a role. Once an injury has occurred, early diagnosis is important. This can usually be achieved with good history taking and examination but imaging is often necessary. Most of the injuries can be treated by applying relative rest, physical therapy and the principles of rehabilitation. Occasionally orthosis, medication and injections are required. In rare cases only, the surgery is required. We are therefore very keen to encourage our patients to exercise in a safe and effective way to improve their wellbeing and to reduce their medication requirements.