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Department of Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement

Department of Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement

Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Joint Replacement at Capitol is committed to provide our patients the highest levels of quality and care coupled with human touch when it comes to treatments for musculoskeletal injuries of all kinds.

Our physicians have specific training and experience in a broad range of orthopedic specialties such as sports medicine, trauma, joint replacement, pediatrics, oncology, spine, shoulder and elbow, foot and ankle, and hand. We can take you very smoothly through all the stages to treat your problem starting from the correct diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

We, at Capitol, can assure you with the best orthopedics treatment in the region with our dedicated and proficient team to handle all kinds of musculoskeletal injuries including inpatient and outpatient surgical care, rehabilitation, orthotics and prosthetics.

Capitol is a name to reckon with when it comes to building trust with the patients, so whether you are seeking care for a sports-related injury or a condition related to aging, overuse, traumatic accident or for revision surgery, we have an expert who can help improve the quality of your life, range of motion and mobility.
Our multidisciplinary approach where our orthopedic experts partner with other specialists — including physical therapists, pain management specialists, radiologists and oncologists — to provide the best quality, personalized and specific treatment plans for our patients at every stage. We work on it each day, which is why we have maintained being the best in Orthopedic surgery and joint replacement in Punjab.

Orthopedic surgeons at Capitol have expertise in all areas of orthopedics, including:

Joint replacement (adult reconstruction, revision and replacement)

  • Primary and revision knee, hip, shoulder and elbow replacement
  • Partial knee replacement
  • Patient specific Instrumentation
  • Lifelong knee and hip implants
  • Space suit surgery
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Gender specific replacement
  • High flex implants
  • Painless surgery
  • Personalized Post- operative care and dedicated Physiotherapy

Fracture care and trauma

  • Hand surgery
  • Shoulder surgery
  • Micro vascular procedures, such as nerve repair and nerve and muscle grafts
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Pediatric orthopedic conditions

Sports injuries

  • Arthroscopic ligament reconstructions
  • Articular cartilage repair
  • Multidisciplinary team for Sports specific education and rehabilitation

Tumor Surgery for bone cancers

  • Osteosarcoma
  • Ewing’s sarcoma
  • Chondrosarcoma
  • Multidisciplinary team for Sports specific education and rehabilitation
  • Soft tissue sarcomas such as Rhabdomyosarcoma

 Minimally Invasive Arthroscope Surgery

Over the past few decades, minimally invasive surgery has become increasingly common across all medical specialties and also in the orthopedics field. New research and technologies have led to improved methods of joint replacement, arthroscopic repairs of sports injuries and microscopic treatment of complex musculoskeletal conditions, among others.

Some orthopedic practices are known only for their patient care and results outcomes, while there are others which are known for their innovation. This surgery is outcome of the latter.

Minimally invasive surgery is exactly what it sounds like. Traditional surgery often requires a large incision and significant trauma to soft tissue surrounding an injury, minimally invasive surgery attempts to minimize both the size of surgical incisions while achieving the same surgical goal. In orthopedics, this can mean the difference between exposing the entire joint through a large, open incision and using small, targeted incisions to address only the specific problem area. This results in less risk during surgery, less post-operative pain and shorter recovery times. This is achieved usually with the help of an arthroscope, which has a camera mounted on a thin, flexible tube to visualize the interior of the joint and this tool called an arthroscope.

Some of the latest minimally invasive orthopedic surgery options:

Knee Arthoscopy, which is usually used for:

  • ACL tear reconstruction
  • Meniscal tear repair or trimming
  • Loose body removal
  • Removal of inflamed synovium

Shoulder Arthroscopy:

  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Bone spur removal
  • Shoulder instability repair
  • Labral repair or removal
  • Removal of inflamed tissue

Wrist Arthroscopy, it is widely used for carpal tunnel release procedure but can also be used effectively for:

  • Fracture repair
  • Ligament/TFCC tear repair
  • Diagnosing or treating chronic wrist pain

Shall I go for minimally invasive orthopedic surgery?

For many orthopedic injuries and conditions, traditional surgery methods are still the preferred. The physicians at Capitol hospital are well trained in the full spectrum of treatment options and will guide you in the best possible treatment according to your individual needs.

If you have surgery for an orthopedic condition on your mind, schedule an appointment at Capitol right away to learn more about our minimally invasive surgery options.

Your guide to hassle free joint replacement surgery at Capitol: 

Capitol is known for the latest techniques and team of its adept doctors for joint replacement surgery in the region. With a set-up of a multi super-specialty hospital, complex cases are taken with supportive care. Joint replacement surgery at Capitol has below listed advantages:

  • Minimally invasive
  • Proficient team of doctors and paramedics
  • Painless knee replacement
  • Ortho-align technique
  • Pinless Navigation
  • Verilast Technology ( implant life 30 years)
  • Gold Knee replacement
  • Customized total knee replacement for special cases
  • Revision knee/hip joint replacement surgery
  • Modular/Laminar flow Operation Theaters with hepafilters
  • Use of sterile surgical helmet system to minimize infections
  • Usually, no blood transfusion even in bilateral replacement
  • Stitches removal on 12thday
  • Patient able to walk within 1-2 of surgery
  • Discharge on 6thday