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Best Orthopedic Care in Bangalore

We offer the below Orthopedic care services at Q Medical Centre & Hospital, Bangalore. Click on the specialty below to know more about our service offering for that specialty.

Orthopedic Procedures

Welcome to our Diagnostic & Therapeutic Procedures section at Q Medical Centre & Hospital - the Best Orthopedic Hospital in Bangalore. We're here to break down some of the common procedures for diagnosing and treating orthopedic conditions. Let's take a closer look at each one:

Have you ever experienced persistent heartburn or stomach pain? An upper GI endoscopy might be in order. This procedure involves a flexible tube with a tiny camera that allows doctors to examine the lining of your esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. QMCH offers expert upper GI endoscopy services to diagnose conditions like ulcers, inflammation, and even cancer, helping you find relief and peace of mind.

 If you're over a certain age or have a family history of colorectal cancer, a colonoscopy could be life-saving. It's like a thorough check-up for your colon, using a flexible tube with a camera to detect polyps, inflammation, or even early signs of cancer. QMCH provides state-of-the-art colonoscopy services to screen for colorectal cancer and diagnose conditions like inflammatory bowel disease, ensuring your digestive health is in tip-top shape.

Sometimes, you need a closer look at the lower part of your colon and rectum. That's where sigmoidoscopy comes in. It's like a mini colonoscopy, focusing on the last few feet of your colon. QMCH offers sigmoidoscopy services to screen for colorectal cancer and diagnose conditions like hemorrhoids and inflammation, helping you stay on top of your digestive health.

If you're experiencing unexplained abdominal pain or jaundice, ERCP might provide some answers. This procedure combines endoscopy and X-ray imaging to examine and treat problems in your bile ducts and pancreatic ducts. QMCH offers expert ERCP services to diagnose and treat conditions like gallstones, pancreatitis, and even pancreatic cancer, ensuring you get the care you need to feel better.

Ever wondered why you have persistent heartburn or swallowing difficulties? A manometry and pH study could reveal the answer. This procedure evaluates the function of your esophagus and sphincter muscles by measuring pressure and acidity levels. QMCH offers comprehensive manometry and pH study services to diagnose conditions like GERD and esophageal motility disorders, providing personalized treatment plans to improve your quality of life.

When it comes to diagnosing gastrointestinal tumors or pancreatic abnormalities, nothing beats endoscopic ultrasound. This procedure uses a specialized endoscope with an ultrasound probe to obtain detailed images of your digestive tract and nearby organs. QMCH offers advanced endoscopic ultrasound services to diagnose conditions like pancreatic cancer, gastrointestinal tumors, and gallbladder disease, ensuring you receive prompt and accurate care.

If you're experiencing unexplained abdominal pain or gastrointestinal bleeding, enteroscopy might hold the key to a diagnosis. This procedure allows doctors to visualize and examine your small intestine using a specialized endoscope. QMCH offers expert enteroscopy services to diagnose and treat conditions like small bowel bleeding, Crohn's disease, and tumors, helping you get back to feeling your best.

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Knee Replacement

At Q Medical Centre & Hospital, we provide cutting-edge "Robotic & Computer Navigated Knee Replacement Surgery" in Bangalore, ensuring the latest advancements and utmost safety. Experience a quicker and smoother recovery period along with reduced hospital expenses.

You require knee replacement if,

  • You are suffering from arthritis.
  • You have pain when doing normal activities like walking or climbing stairs.
  • You have severe pain even when resting or sleeping.
  • You have a swollen or deformed knee.
  • You have tried all other options like weight loss, walking support, physiotherapy, medicines, etc.

  • Knee replacement can effectively alleviate knee pain.
  • Knee surgery improves mobility and can help you get back to a normal lifestyle and attain better health.
  • Knee replacement reduces your dependency on medications, physical therapy etc. used to treat chronic knee inflammation.
  • Knee replacement surgery has high success rates and improves quality of life for patients to whom it has been recommended.
  • Live a life of your dreams.

Total knee replacement: the whole knee is replaced. This is the most performed surgery. After surgery and recovery, many people can participate in activities they used to do, such as walking, bicycling, golf, tennis, and swimming.

Partial knee replacement, where only the affected part of the knee is replaced. Compared with a total knee replacement the recovery is usually faster and less painful.

Revision Knee Replacement means that part or all of your previous knee replacement needs to be revised.

For this procedure, you'll be under anesthesia, and your doctor might suggest giving you antibiotics to lower the chance of infection.

During the surgery, your surgeon will make a cut about 6 to 10 inches long, remove the damaged parts of your joint, and put in the artificial joint pieces. Before they finish up, they'll check how your knee moves by bending and rotating it to make sure everything works right. The whole surgery takes about two hours.

Most patients spend 2–3 nights in the hospital following a total knee replacement. Your doctor will prescribe pain medication and will monitor you for complications. Before leaving the hospital, most people must reach certain milestones. These include:

  • Standing.
  • Getting around with the help of a walking device.
  • Being able to flex and extend your knee sufficiently.
  • Being able to get to and use the bathroom unaided.
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Hip Replacement

Q Medical Centre & Hospital has experts at performing Hip Replacement Surgery in Bangalore. Hip Replacement surgery is safe and affordable. Get rid of pain & live your life to the fullest.
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Hip replacement surgery is a pretty common procedure where they swap out a worn-out hip joint with a fake one called an implant.

They can consider adults of any age for a hip replacement, but it's usually people between 60 and 80 years old who get it done. The main reason for this surgery is osteoarthritis, which is basically wear and tear on the joint.

These artificial hip joints they put in are built to last at least 15 years. After the surgery, most people feel a lot less pain and can move around better.

Hip replacement surgery is a significant procedure that's considered after other options like physiotherapy, pain relief medications, and lifestyle changes haven't helped much.

Our experts might recommend hip replacement surgery if:

- You're experiencing severe pain, swelling, and stiffness in your hip joint, which is making it tough for you to move around.
- The pain in your hip is interfering with your daily activities and sleep.
- You're feeling down because the pain and restricted mobility are affecting your overall well-being.

Total hip replacement is the most common type of hip surgery. It involves replacing the entire hip joint, including the ball and socket parts, with artificial ones.

These artificial parts can be made of different materials like plastic, metal, or ceramic. Your surgeon will talk to you about the different types. They can either use cement to hold the artificial parts in place or rely on your bones to grow around them. In the UK, most people choose cemented hip replacement because it works well and helps you get moving sooner.

In a partial hip replacement, they replace just the femoral head, which is the ball part of your hip joint, with a metal or ceramic implant. They put this implant into your thigh bone. Usually, they do this kind of hip replacement when there's a fracture in the femoral head and they need to fix it.

This procedure is a bit like a partial hip replacement, but they don't remove as much of the femoral head. Instead, they shave down the arthritic surface of the femoral head a little bit and reshape it. Then, they put a metal cap on top and cement it in place. They leave the acetabulum, which is the socket part of the hip joint, as it is.

Hip resurfacing isn't right for everyone, though. Your surgeon will talk to you about whether it's a good choice for your situation.

This procedure is done under anesthesia and our experts may recommend one dose of antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.

During the procedure, our experts will make an incision about 6 to 10 inches long, cut away the damaged joint surfaces, and then attach the pieces of the artificial joint. Before closing the incision, your surgeon will test by bending and rotating your knee to ensure proper function. The surgery lasts for about two hours.

After surgery, you may feel some discomfort or pain as the anesthetic wears off. You'll be offered pain relief if you need it. You may have a pad or pillow between your legs to hold them apart and keep your hip joint in one position. This will help to stop your hip from dislocating (moving out of position).

Getting up and starting to walk early on is an important part of your recovery. A physiotherapist will get you up and out of bed and give you some exercises to do. You’ll be given a walking frame or crutches to help you walk.

Everyone recovers differently, but it's often possible to return to light activities or office-based work within around 6 weeks.

Shoulder Treatment

Our shoulder is a flexible joint and has more motion than any other joint in the body. When it is injured, the pain can reduce your shoulder’s flexibility and motion significantly. When you have shoulder pain, you will find it difficult to do normal activities like lifting your hand, wearing your shirt, picking up groceries, driving a car, etc. Most shoulder injuries occur while playing sports such as cricket, baseball, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, etc. Other injuries to the shoulder occur after years of wear and tear.

Shoulder pain can occur due to various conditions. With the advancement in technology, most of the shoulder conditions can now be treated with minimally invasive techniques.

The shoulder is comprised of three bones: 1) the humerus (arm), 2) the scapula (shoulder blade) and, 3) the clavicle (collarbone). 

These bones form two joints: the shoulder joint (Glenohumeral) and the AC (Acromialclavicular) joint.

Surrounding the shoulder is a group of muscles and ligaments. Ligaments connect the bones of the shoulders. Tendons connect the bones to surrounding muscle.

Patients with shoulder pain and injury can experience symptoms that include:

>   Shoulder Joint dislocation
>   Pain, ranging from mild to severe
>   Restricted movement
>   Swelling, tenderness, bruising, or  numbness
>   Stiffness in the shoulder and upper arm

Our experts diagnose shoulder pain and injuries by learning about each patient’s history and reported activities and conducting a physical examination. In many cases, the doctor also orders imaging tests.

Common tests include:

  • Arthrograms (X-rays of the joints)

  • X-rays

  • Computed tomography (CT)

  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Our expert's first course of action is non-surgical options like physiotherapy, medication, injections, etc.  Surgical Options include : 

Arthroscopic surgery: Many injuries such as rotator cuff tears and ACL joint injuries can be treated through arthroscopic surgery. A small incision is made and a tiny camera is inserted into the surgical site to guide surgeons through the procedure. Small surgical instruments are then inserted through the incision to perform the surgery.

Open surgery: In more severe cases, or for some older patients, open surgery can provide the best results. 

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Elbow, Hand and Wrist Treatment

The hands, wrists, and elbows play vital roles in our daily activities. These areas, comprising numerous bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles, are susceptible to injuries. Pain in the forearm may stem from repetitive movements, trauma, or arthritis associated with aging.

If you're experiencing discomfort in your hands, wrists, or elbows, don't hesitate to seek advice from our team of experts. We have a wealth of specialists ready to help you address any concerns and find effective solutions tailored to your needs.

Most Common Elbow, Hand and Wrist Conditionsare mentioned below:
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In carpal tunnel syndrome, the median nerve in your hand becomes compressed due to narrowing of the passage in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. This compression can lead to numbness, weakness, or pain radiating up the arm. The narrowing may result from hand injuries or rheumatoid arthritis.

Carpal tunnel surgery involves making an incision on the palm side of your wrist and cutting the ligament to alleviate pressure on the median nerve. This procedure is known as surgical decompression.

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome occurs when the ulnar nerve, which runs from the neck to the hand, becomes compressed. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand, primarily affecting the little finger, ring finger, and inside of the hand.

If symptoms persist despite medication and conservative treatments, decompression surgery may be necessary. This procedure alleviates pressure on the ulnar nerve, resulting in symptom reduction.

This condition arises from overuse of the forearm or trauma, leading to inflammation of the tendons in the forearm. When the inner elbow is affected, it's known as Golfer’s elbow, and when the outer elbow is involved, it's termed the Tennis elbow. Conservative treatments can often resolve the issue, but if pain persists, surgery may be necessary.

During surgery, the damaged tendon is removed either through arthroscopy or open surgery.

These are benign lumps filled with a jelly-like fluid that can develop in your wrist or hand. Sometimes, they resolve on their own. However, if a ganglion cyst compresses a nerve, it can cause pain, necessitating surgical removal.

During the procedure, our experts will identify the cyst and make an incision to remove it. Both the capsule and the stalk of the cyst are excised.

This condition involves a cord of tissue beneath the skin of your palm, causing your fingers to curl and fold. It can be painful and restrict your ability to grasp objects and perform tasks involving fingers away from the thumb.

Surgical treatment for this condition, known as fasciectomy, involves dividing the developed cord under the skin of your palm into two. This helps reduce contraction and leads to significant improvement in palm functionality.

Arthritis is a condition that affects the tissues of your joints, particularly the cartilage—a protective coating at the ends of bones. When cartilage breaks down, bones can rub against each other, leading to pain, swelling, stiffness, and deformity. Due to the numerous joints in our wrists and hands, arthritis can occur easily.

Managing pain from hand arthritis involves various approaches. For more information, consult our experts.

Sports Injury Treatment

Sports injuries, such as strains, sprains, concussions, tendonitis, dislocations, or broken bones, are quite common and can occur to anyone at any time.

Engaging in exercise, gym workouts, and sports is crucial for maintaining fitness and flexibility for an active lifestyle. However, these activities can sometimes lead to injuries. Whether you're walking, exercising, playing sports, or participating in any physical activity, injuries can occur, known as sports injuries. They can happen suddenly or develop over time.

In many cases, sports injuries result from common mistakes such as skipping warm-up or cool-down routines, inadequate use of protective gear, or participating in sports involving activities like jumping, running, tackling, or pitching. In such situations, you can seek consultation with Dr. Bharath Bharadwaj, a Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Injury Treatment in our Q Medical Centre and Hospital.

A fracture happens when a bone breaks or cracks due to a force stronger than the bone can handle. The most common areas for fractures include the wrist, ankle, and hip.

Dislocation happens when the end of a bone moves out of its usual spot in a joint. For instance, if your shoulder pops out of its socket, it's dislocated.

A sprain occurs when a ligament stretches too far or tears. Ligaments are the bands that connect bones and keep joints stable. These injuries can range from mild to severe and are often seen in the ankle, knee, and wrist.

A strain happens when you stretch or tear a muscle by overextending it. Examples include hamstring strains, back strains, and abdominal strains.

Cartilage acts like a flexible shock absorber, covering and safeguarding the ends of certain bones. Injuries to cartilage can happen in joints like the knee and shoulder.

Tendinitis happens when the tissues connecting muscles to bones (tendons) become swollen and inflamed. It's often caused by repetitive movements over time. An example is jumper’s knee, also known as patellar tendinitis.

This injury is typically caused by a blow to the head, resulting in symptoms like disorientation and dizziness, among others.

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Trauma refers to serious injuries to the muscles, joints, ligaments, bones, and soft tissue caused by an external force. These injuries often occur suddenly due to accidents during sports, falls at home, physical altercations, or road accidents, and they require prompt medical attention. Older adults with osteoporosis, a condition causing weak and brittle bones, are especially vulnerable to fractures from falls.
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Traumatic injuries can include bone fractures or significant damage to soft tissues. Common symptoms may include:

- Intense swelling and pain
- Bruising
- Sensation of cracking or popping
- Extremity deformity

In serious accidents, multiple breaks, damage to blood vessels, and tearing or rupturing of other tissues can occur. In such cases, it's important to call an ambulance and seek immediate care at the nearest emergency trauma center.

Orthopedic trauma patients may receive either surgical or non-surgical treatment, depending on the severity of the injury. Less severe injuries can often be managed non-surgically by using a cast, sling, braces, or splint to provide external stability to the affected area.

Surgery may be necessary for more serious injuries. Minor surgical procedures may involve the placement of pins, wires, screws, or plates to stabilize the bone. In cases of severe injuries, complex reconstruction procedures may be required.

Rehabilitation begins promptly to maintain mobility and prevent strength loss while promoting range of motion.

Recovery time for a fracture depends on the type and severity of the injury. Severe cases may take several months to fully heal.

In some instances, fractures may not heal completely (non-unions), or the bone joints may not align correctly after healing (mal-union). Infections can also impede the healing process. If these issues arise, consulting a doctor is necessary for corrective measures.

Bone tumors originate within the bones, including the spine, leg bones, ribs, or arm bones. Benign bone tumors are more prevalent than malignant ones. Examples of common benign tumors include nonossifying fibromas, osteochondromas, and unicameral bone cysts. Among malignant tumors, Ewing sarcoma and osteosarcoma are frequently encountered. Bone tumors are typically diagnosed more often in children and young adults.

Soft tissue sarcoma originates in connective tissue, which encompasses blood vessels, fat cells, lymph nodes, muscles, nerves, and tendons. It can develop anywhere in the body, although it most commonly occurs in the arms, legs, and abdomen. Soft tissue sarcoma comprises numerous subtypes and can affect individuals of all ages, including children and adults.

Spine Treatment

​Spine injuries can occur due to various conditions. Our experts have years of experience in treating patients in India. With the advancement in technology, most of the spine conditions can now be treated with minimally invasive techniques.

Your spine, also known as the backbone, consists of multiple bones called vertebrae, along with fibrous tissue cushions known as intervertebral discs. It serves to protect your spinal cord and enables you to stand and bend. The spine's structure relies on the coordination of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves to support the weight of your body.

However, various issues can alter the spine's structure or cause damage to the vertebrae and surrounding tissues, disrupting this delicate balance and resulting in painful movement. Below, we outline common spine injuries for your reference.

Spinal arthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, occurs when the cartilage between the facet joints in the spine breaks down. This can result in low back pain and/or leg pain.

A herniated disc happens when the inner gel within the disc leaks out and applies pressure on a spinal nerve, often causing pain in the leg or arm.

Degenerative disc disease occurs when the spinal disks wear down. These disks are rubbery cushions located between your vertebrae, the bones in your spinal column. They serve as shock absorbers and enable comfortable movement, bending, and twisting. As a normal part of aging, everyone's spinal disks degenerate over time. However, when these cushions wear away, the bones may begin to rub against each other, leading to pain and other issues.

Most spinal fractures are attributed to osteoporosis, a condition characterized by a loss of bone structural integrity.

As we age, our bones become thinner and weaker, reducing their strength. Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become extremely fragile and prone to fractures. It often progresses silently over many years, without any noticeable symptoms or discomfort until a bone breaks.

Spinal stenosis is a condition where certain parts of the spine narrow, potentially compressing a spinal nerve or the spinal cord in the neck.

Cervical spondylosis refers to age-related wear and tear affecting the spinal disks in your neck. It's a common condition that tends to worsen with age. In many instances, it can be managed using non-surgical methods.

Spondylolisthesis is a spinal condition that often results in lower back pain. It happens when one of the vertebrae, the bones of the spine, slips out of place onto the vertebra below it. In many cases, nonsurgical treatment methods can alleviate symptoms. However, surgery may be considered for severe cases.

Scoliosis, commonly known as curvature of the spine, occurs when the spine, which is typically straight, curves sideways into an S or C shape. This condition often develops during periods of rapid growth in late childhood and early adolescence.

Sciatica refers to pain caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve. Anything that irritates this nerve can result in pain, which can range from mild to severe. Sciatica typically occurs due to compression of a nerve in the lower spine.

The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in the human body. It originates in the lower back, travels through the buttocks, and extends down the legs, terminating just below the knee.

Spondylolisthesis is a spinal condition that often results in lower back pain. It happens when one of the vertebrae, the bones of the spine, slips out of place onto the vertebra below it. In many cases, nonsurgical treatment methods can alleviate symptoms. However, surgery may be considered for severe cases.

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Arthroscopic Procedure

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that involves seeing the joint through a small camera. A small camera with a light source is inserted into the joint which allows close, detailed observation of the joint.

Surgeons can even repair some types of joint damage during arthroscopy. Some of the most common procedures done by arthroscopy are ligament reconstructions after sports injuries.

Recovery after arthroscopic surgery is generally quite easy. In general, the duration of stay in hospital for arthroscopic surgery is one to two days.

Our experts utilize arthroscopy to diagnose and treat various shoulder-related joint, tendon, and ligament issues, including rotator cuff tears, dislocated shoulder, bankart repair, frozen shoulder, and shoulder impingement. Our experts also employ arthroscopy to diagnose and treat a range of joint, tendon, and ligament problems affecting the knee, such as knee cap dislocation, knee ligament tears, and meniscal tears. Below are some common shoulder-related arthroscopic procedures and knee-related arthroscopic procedures performed by our experts.
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The rotator cuff comprises four muscles and tendons encircling the ball-and-socket shoulder joint. When these tendons tear, it's known as a rotator cuff tear. Playing a crucial role in numerous daily activities, an injured rotator cuff can lead to significant pain.

Shoulder instability arises when the ligaments and tendons connecting your arm to your shoulder become overstretched, often due to high-energy trauma or repetitive arm motions in sports injuries. Dislocation of the shoulder joint anteriorly can result in damage to the glenoid labrum.

A ligament is a band of tissue that connects and stabilizes bones. Around the knee joint, there are four main ligaments:

(a) Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
(b) Medial collateral ligament (MCL)
(c) Lateral collateral ligament (LCL)
(d) Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)

When any of these ligaments tear, the knee joint can become unstable and may buckle. This often leads to pain and swelling in the joint area.

The two cartilages situated between your femur (thighbone) and tibia (shinbone) are called the menisci. They serve as shock absorbers and help transmit weight from one bone to another, thereby maintaining knee stability. The meniscus cartilage can tear due to aging or as a result of contact sports.

Your kneecap can get dislocated due to various reasons which might be painful and prevent you from walking.

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Srinivas roopa harish
February 25, 2024

Dr.Wasim Dar is very good surgeon and knowledgeable. He diagnosed the problems accurately and guided us the proper course of treatment. QMCH hospital staff are friendly and polite. Overall treatment was cost effective as well. Recently one of my family members had a surgery performed by Dr. Wasim for treating urinary infection. From the initial consultation to the post-operative care, Dr. Wasim Dar and his team were exceptional. Dr. Wasim is highly knowledgeable and took the time to explain the procedure in detail, answering all my questions and addressing my concerns. Patient is 74 years old with a history of infections, hence the likelihood of complications during surgery and post-surgery was high. The surgery went smoothly, and the urinary infection was successfully treated with the surgery and subsequent medication prescribed by him. The post-operative follow-up was thorough, and Dr. Wasim ensured that the patient was recovering well. Highly recommended for consultations and surgical procedures.

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February 24, 2024

I recently had a very good experience at this hospital, primarily due to their incredibly prompt and attentive assistance staff. The doctors here are not just highly skilled but also genuinely invested in understanding their patients. They take their time to provide detailed information about health concerns, which is immensely reassuring. A special shoutout to their gastroenterology department, which must be among the best in Bangalore.

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February 24, 2024

Most recommendable hospital for any treatment. The staffs and doctors are very good. Thanks to Dr. Manish and Dr Wasim and the entire team

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February 16, 2024

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February 16, 2024

Visited Q Medical center and Hospital for the Varicose vein surgery. Dr Wasim who treated was really amazing.All the front office staffs and Nurses were really too good and caring.

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February 15, 2024

Dr Wasim is an excellent surgeon and the staff at Q medical center and hospital were helpful in my surgery.i have been recommend Qmch near mg road for quality surgery at affordable rates.

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