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2018-12-15T06:59:47

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Total hip replacement @ Gadge Hospital. All latest facilities available under one roof.
2018-10-28T05:59:26

Myself Bassruddin Sheikh. I am 70 years old. I was not able to walk properly since last 1 year I showed to many doctors in nagpur then someone suggested me the name Dr Swapnil Gadge. He very kindly explained me everything what is wrong with my hip and promised me that he will make me walk immediately after operation. He operated me on 9/10/18 and made me walk on 11/10/18. I am so thankful to him for making me Independent.
2018-10-17T05:45:53

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If you choose to have your hip or knee joint replacement with us, you will be treated by the best orthopedic surgeons specializing in joint replacement, and will be cared for in Nagpurs leading private hospital. All patients treated Joint Replacement will follow the Enhanced Recovery Pathway (ERP), a process that has been specifically designed to support and enhance physical recovery following your operation. This involves education before your procedure, helping you manage your pain, physiotherapy and addressing lifestyle and psychological factors to help you get back to good health. You will be closely involved in decision-making, and will be invited to have a relative or friend act as your ‘coach’ and support. For more detail Contact to Dr. Swapnil Gadge.
2018-10-16T06:51:53

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My self Rajan, I was operated for knee fracture 10 years back at some other orthopaedic surgeon but sur to some reason operation didn’t worked. I was having terrible pain in my knee and I wad not able to bend it completely neither I was able to sit. Some one suggested me Dr Swapnil Gadge, so I went to Gadge Hospital with all these problem which I was suffering from last 8 years. Dr Swapnil examined me and he suggested me for Joint Replacement, being so kind he explained me and answered me ally my queries and assured me that after operation I will be able to do alll My activities that I use to do earlier that too pain free. He operated on me in Aug 2018 and started with post operative Physiotherapy protocol and now today I am so very happy and very thankful to Dr Swapnil to give me my earlies pain free indipendent life back. Now I am able to do all those activities which I was not able to do since last 8 years. Thank you Dr Swapnil Gadge
2018-04-17T13:44:48

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Dr. Swapnil Gadge is famous for joint replacement surgery in Nagpur. He explains the concept of joint replacement surgery in the current scenario. Joint replacement surgery includes exchanging a damaged joint by having a manufactured joint. In hip or knee replacement in Nagpur, the unnatural joint is made out of steel and plastic. In the case of shared replacement in the hand, the newest joint is most commonly consists of silicone rubber or the person’s own tissues such as a percentage of a tendon. Joint replacement surgery, called as arthroplasty, is very popular. Every year, orthopaedic in Nagpur carry out thousands of joint replacement surgeries. Many of these surgeries are conducted on the substantial weight-bearing joints, for example, the hips and knees. Joint replacement surgery in the arms is commonly utilized in managing serious arthritis that involves the small important joints of the hand. Typically, the hip replacement in Nagpur and knee replacement in Nagpur, acquire continuous stress from taking walks, running, sporting activity, or maybe injury and are more commonly afflicted by the wearing of collagenous cartilage (degenerative arthritis) than the side joints. But, the joints on the hand do encounter strain in day to day use, and due to the fact that the hand joints are normally smaller sized, these types of strains are typically targeted over a lesser area. The higher proportion of strain to hand area can lead to the elegant joint cartilage to put on in recent times. As the cartilage degenerates, the real bone triggers to being revealed. As soon as the deteriorated joint moves, calcareous rubs upon bone triggering pain, swelling, limiting motions, and frequently causing a farming or popping sensation. Additionally, forms of arthritis that are a result of inflammation of the tissue’s cellular lining the joint frequently impact the small joints of the wrists and hands to cause a joint break down. Examples include rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.
2018-04-17T13:40:09

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Our team of Orthopaedic surgeons, Intensivists, Rehabilitation personnel and Trained nursing staff offers holistic treatment and rehabilitation to the patients with varied orthopaedic ailments. Equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and cutting-edge technology, the centre offers the most advanced Minimally Invasive surgery for Joint reconstruction. The centre has been offering high end arthroscopic and minimally invasive joint replacement surgeries including Hip and knee replacements, Hip resurfacing, Partial Knee Replacement as well as Shoulder and Elbow Joint Replacements. Also, limb salvage procedures, surgeries for correction of deformities as well as bone tumor surgeries are also carried out here. So Please Contact Gadge Hospital For consultation.
2018-04-17T13:41:37

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Joint Replacement procedure involving removal of worn-out cartilage from the joint followed by joint resurfacing with a replacement implant that mimics the normal joint is recommended for the patients who after having tried conservative non-surgical treatments have not been able to get relief from their debilitating joint pain. Most commonly, people with severe or end-stage arthritis undergo joint replacement. We offer high quality and affordable joint replacement surgery for patients having a wide range of problems such as inflammatory joint problems, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis of hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, ankle etc. Our Services • Total Hip Replacement • Total Knee Replacement • Partial Knee (Uni/Bi condylar) Knee Replacement • Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement surgery
2018-03-31T13:08:25

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Shoulder Separation (AC Dislocation) Acromioclavicular joint (AC joint) dislocation or shoulder separation is one of the most common injuries of the upper arm. It involves the separation of the AC joint and injury to the ligaments that support the joint. The AC joint forms where the clavicle (collarbone) meets the shoulder blade (acromion). Causes: It commonly occurs in young athletes and can result from a fall on the shoulder. A mild shoulder separation can occur when there is an AC ligament sprain that does not displace the collarbone. In more serious injuries, the AC ligament tears and the coracoclavicular (CC) ligament sprains or tears slightly causing misalignment in the collarbone. In the most severe shoulder separation injury, both the AC and CC ligaments get torn and the AC joint moves completely out of its position. Symptoms: Symptoms of a separated shoulder may include shoulder pain, bruising, swelling and limited shoulder movement. Diagnosis: The diagnosis of shoulder separation is made through your medical history, a physical exam and an X-ray. Conservative treatment options: Conservative treatment options include rest, cold packs, medications and physical therapy. Surgery: Surgery may be an option if pain persists or if you have a severe separation. Anatomic reconstruction: Of late, research has been focused on improving surgical techniques used to reconstruct the severely separated AC joint. The novel reconstruction technique that has been designed to reconstruct the AC joint in an anatomic manner is known as anatomic reconstruction. Anatomic reconstruction of the AC joint ensures static and safe fixation and stable joint functions. Nevertheless, a functional reconstruction is attempted through reconstruction of the ligaments. This technique is done through an arthroscopically-assisted procedure. A small open incision will be made to place the graft. This surgery involves replacement of the torn CC ligaments by utilising allograft tissue. The graft tissue is placed at the precise location where the ligaments have torn and fixed using bio-compatible screws. The new ligaments gradually heal and help restore the normal anatomy of the shoulder. Postoperative rehabilitation includes the use of a shoulder sling for 6 weeks, followed by physical therapy exercises for 3 months. This helps restore movements and improve strength. You may return to sports only after 5-6 months of surgery.
2018-03-31T13:04:37

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Olecranon (Elbow) Fractures Three bones, the humerus, radius and ulna make up the elbow joint. The bones are held together by ligaments that provide stability to the joint. Muscles and tendons around the bones coordinate the movements and help in performing various activities. Elbow fractures may occur from trauma, resulting from a fall on an outstretched arm, a direct blow to the elbow, abnormal twist to the joint beyond its functional limit, etc. Olecranon fractures are fractures that occur at the bony prominence of the ulna. The fractures, if stable, are treated using an immobilising splint followed by a regimen of motion exercises. However, severe fractures require surgical repair. Symptoms of an olecranon fracture include pain, swelling, bruising, stiffness in and around the elbow, a popping or cracking sound, and deformity of the elbow bones. To diagnose olecranon fractures X-rays of the joint are taken. In some cases, a CT scan may be needed to examine the details of the joint surface. The aim of treatment is to maximise early motion and reduce the risk of stiffness. Nonsurgical treatment options include the use of a splint or a sling to immobilise the elbow during the healing process. Surgery is indicated in displaced and open fractures to realign the bones and stabilise the joint as well as to avoid deep infections. Strengthening exercises, scar massage, therapy with ultrasound, heat and ice are recommended to improve the range of motion. Splints are also used to facilitate stretching of the joint.
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