orthopedic hospital in hyderabad

Orthopedics

The Orthopedics department at the Citizens Specialty Hospital delivers advanced medical care to patients suffering from simple to complex bone and joint problems. The department has a dedicated team of extensively experienced and trained orthopedic physicians and surgeons that offers customized care to patients. It is a comprehensive state-of-the- art facility catering to the entire spectrum of care, ranging from prevention and diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation.

The center is equipped with advanced diagnostic facilities, such as X-rays, MRI, CT scans, and PET scans, that assist physicians in the early diagnosis of the disease. The department also has state-of-the-art operation theaters and ICU facilities. We are at the forefront of developing and utilizing advanced orthobiologic treatments, such as stem cell treatment, platelet-rich plasma therapy, etc., for our patients.

Emergency orthopedic surgeries, such as joint dislocations, neurovascular injuries, and open fractures, are also performed at the hospital. We specialize in treating complex trauma involving the pelvis, hip, knee, foot & ankle and shoulder injuries. We are pioneers in joint replacements for knee/hip/shoulder using modern techniques and methodology. We also provide solutions for all kinds of sports injuries using key-hole arthroscopic procedures.

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Doctors & Trained Staff

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Term Of Specialists

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Patients From More Than 5 Countries

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Allogeneic bone marrow transplant: In this bone marrow transplant, the genetically matched donor donates the bone marrow cells to the recipient. The donor is usually the sister or brother of the patient. The other donors may include a parent or an unrelated donor. Autologous bone marrow transplant: In this bone marrow transplant, the patient itself is the donor. The surgeon obtains the stem cells from the patient through apheresis or bone marrow harvest, freezes them, and delivers them back to the patient post-intensive treatment. Umbilical cord transplant: In this procedure, the stem cells are obtained immediately after the delivery from the umbilical cord. These cells are counted, typed, tested, and frozen until required for transplant.