Best Arthroscopy and Sports Injury Hospital in Hyderabad

Department of Orthopedics - Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine

Advanced Care for Joint Injuries and Sports-Related Conditions
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Orthopedics-Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine

Best Orthopedics-Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Hospital in Hyderabad

The Department of Orthopedics for Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine offers excellence in treatment for all sports & sports-related injuries. Our expert panel of surgeons & specialists offer comprehensive treatment and care for all musculoskeletal diseases, deformities, and trauma associated with sports & sports persons, making us one of the best sports medicine hospitals in Hyderabad. 

At Continental Hospitals, we have a compassionate and dedicated team of orthopedic nurses, state-of-the-art infrastructure, advanced operation theaters and excellent post-operative care facilities alongside the best facilities for physiotherapy and post-surgical rehabilitation. We remain steadfast in our focus towards giving you the best orthopedic care for sports injuries, and ensure you have the freedom & ability to pursue your dreams & aspirations without being hindered by the inability to move.

In addition to the excellent treatment facilities, Continental Hospitals remains steadfastly committed to reconstructive procedures. The modern lifestyle of an athele with performance stress & strain makes them susceptible to the wear & tear of joints – especially knee, hip, and shoulder joints.

Arthroscopy

Orthopedic arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used by orthopedic surgeons to diagnose and treat joint problems. It involves inserting a small camera, known as an arthroscope, into the joint through a small incision. This allows the surgeon to visualize the interior of the joint on a screen in real-time, guiding them to diagnose and treat various joint conditions. The most common joints addressed through arthroscopy include the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, elbow, and wrist.

Specialty Content in Orthopedic Arthroscopy includes:

  • Knee Arthroscopy: One of the most common procedures in orthopedic arthroscopy, knee arthroscopy helps diagnose and treat various knee conditions like torn meniscus, ligament injuries (such as ACL or PCL tears), cartilage damage, and knee joint infections.
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy: Surgeons use this to address shoulder problems like rotator cuff tears, labral tears, recurrent dislocations, impingement syndrome, and other conditions causing shoulder pain and limited mobility.
  • Hip Arthroscopy: This procedure focuses on addressing hip joint issues such as labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), hip dysplasia, and synovitis.
  • Ankle Arthroscopy: It's employed to diagnose and treat various ankle problems such as cartilage injuries, ankle impingement, loose bodies, and synovitis.
  • Elbow Arthroscopy: Elbow arthroscopy can be used to treat conditions like tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis), osteoarthritis, loose bodies, and elbow stiffness.
  • Wrist Arthroscopy: Wrist arthroscopy aids in diagnosing and treating wrist problems like carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist ligament injuries, TFCC (Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex) tears, and arthritis.
  • Diagnostic Capabilities: Arthroscopy allows for accurate diagnosis through visualization of the joint interior. Surgeons can inspect cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and joint surfaces, aiding in the identification of various pathologies.
  • Therapeutic Procedures: Besides diagnosis, arthroscopy enables surgeons to perform therapeutic procedures such as ligament reconstructions, meniscus repairs, cartilage restoration, synovectomy (removal of inflamed synovial tissue), and removal of loose bodies or bone spurs.
  • Recovery and Rehabilitation: Post-arthroscopic rehabilitation is essential for restoring joint function and strength. Physical therapy programs are designed to help patients regain mobility, strength, and functionality of the joint.

Sports Medicine

Orthopedic sports medicine is a specialized field within orthopedics that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries related to sports and physical activity. Here are some key aspects and specialties within the field of orthopedic sports medicine:

  • Injury Prevention: Orthopedic sports medicine specialists often work on preventing injuries by educating athletes, coaches, and trainers about proper techniques, conditioning, warm-ups, and equipment use to minimize the risk of injuries during sports activities.
  • Diagnosis and Evaluation: Orthopedic specialists use various diagnostic tools such as X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and physical examinations to diagnose sports-related injuries accurately. They assess the severity of injuries and their impact on an athlete's ability to perform.
  • Acute Injury Management: Immediate care for acute sports injuries, such as fractures, ligament tears (like ACL or PCL), dislocations, muscle strains, and sprains, is crucial. Orthopedic sports medicine professionals employ techniques like splinting, casting, or surgery when necessary to stabilize and repair these injuries.
  • Surgical Interventions: Some injuries, particularly severe ligament tears or fractures, may require surgical intervention. Orthopedic surgeons specializing in sports medicine perform procedures like arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, joint stabilization, and cartilage restoration to help athletes regain function and return to sports safely.
  • Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy: After surgery or non-surgical treatments, rehabilitation is essential for restoring strength, flexibility, and function. Physical therapists design personalized exercise programs to aid in recovery and prevent re-injury, focusing on restoring optimal performance for athletes.
  • Overuse Injury Management: Orthopedic sports medicine also deals with chronic or overuse injuries such as stress fractures, tendonitis, and repetitive strain injuries. Managing these conditions often involves activity modification, physical therapy, and sometimes surgical intervention.
Diseases
& conditions
Department of orthopedics & joint replacement at Continental Hospitals provides excellent treatment & care for a wide array of sports injuries & ailments

Ligament injuries :

Ligament injuries are caused by a tear due to abnormal stretching & strain on the joints.

Rotator Cuff Injury :

A common wear & tear condition of the shoulder causing difficulty in movement & pain.

Frozen Shoulder :

Thickening of the connective tissue that surrounds the shoulder joint causing stiffness.

Tendinitis :

Inflammation of the tendons causing pain, limiting movement & tenderness of the joints

Meniscus injuries :

A common injury to the knee caused by forceful or violent twisting of the knee joint.

Fractures :

Fractures to the bones are characterized by breaking or cracks caused by falls & trauma.

Best Orthopedics-Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine in Hyderabad, India
Continental Hospitals is a NABH and JCI accredited facility in Hyderabad offering multi-specialty, tertiary and quaternary care services. The hospital has Green OT, Level 3 NICU and PICU, and is known for it’s efficient critical care team.
Dr. N Sri Charan Reddy
Orthopedics, Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine
Dr Gowtham Chowdary Kankanala
Sr. Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon and Director for DNB and PG Education Programme
Dr Varun Kommalapati
Consultant – Orthopedics & Foot and Ankle Surgery
Dr Arun Reddy Mallu
Sr. Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
Treatments

Arthroplasty

Ligament Repairs

Rotator Cuff Surgeries

Ankle Surgeries

Deformity Corrections

Tendon Reconstruction

Fracture Repairs

Reconstruction Surgeries

Diagnosis
State-of-the-art diagnostic facilities for the early detection and diagnosis of all sports injuries & ailments

Radiology & Imaging

Includes computed tomography (CT) scans, X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.

Ultrasound Scans

Use of high-frequency sound waves to provide images of the blood vessels, tissues, and organs

Blood Investigations

A complete and accurate analysis of an individual’s blood & various blood component levels

Orthopedics-Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine
Technology & Facilities

The Department of Physiotherapy at Continental Hospitals, Hyderabad offers excellent infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities for advanced orthopedic care

The facilities at Continental Hospitals for Orthopedics-Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine include :

Advanced Laboratory & Microbiology Facilities

State of the art Radiology & Imaging Facilities

World-class Surgical Suites

State-of-the-art ICUs & Post-op Beds

Advanced Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Unit

"My mother had a bilateral knee replacement surgery done here. We are very happy with results. Dr Ram Mohan Reddy was very efficient, supportive and patient friendly. The nursing staff was caring and attended all the needs efficiently. Many thanks to nurses Beaula, Anupama and Anna who made our stay comfortable"

Prashanthi Nalam

"Dear continental Hospital Family. I really appreicate to all the staff of Continental Hospital in India, Hydrabad. Special thanks to Dr Ajay Reddy, Neorosurgery specialist who did succesful operation to my daughter Salmo regarding on very serious tumor on her back. I am again very grateful to all continenal hospital staff in general and Nurse Saktht in particular, because she gave us good medical services pre and post operation. Furthemore , I was very much impressed with good hospitality, medical and recovery and humanity services which the hospital is providing. Finally, I recommed that all patients suffering from neorological problems visit to continental hospital."

Abdulkadir Haji Daud

"I’ve taken my mother for her access port removal surgery with hundreds of questions in mind which were answered not in words but by putting into actions not just by the Surgeon, Dr. Praveen K Reddy but also each and every staff member. I would like to thank each one of them here for all the support they’ve given to us during these tough times. Dr. Praveen is an amazing person who takes care of his patients as family members. Dr. Praveen’s assistant Mary is one such sweet lady supported us right from the admission through the billing and discharge. The IPD 4th floor team (Floor Manager: Karabi Duty Medical Officer: Dr. Sai Nursing Manager: Nikita) made sure of our comfortable stay in the Hospital which is very rare. Thank you so much team. An unforgettable moment is when all the surgical team members came into the Suite with a cake to celebrate my mother’s birthday. I can’t thank enough for this. Thank you so much Dr. Praveen garu for everything."

Meher Tej

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Frequently Asked Questions
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows orthopedic surgeons to visualize, diagnose, and treat joint-related problems using a specialized camera called an arthroscope. It is commonly used for knee, shoulder, and hip joint issues.
Arthroscopy is used to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions, including meniscus tears, ligament injuries (ACL, PCL), cartilage damage, rotator cuff tears, and labral tears in the hip.
During arthroscopy, small incisions are made, and the arthroscope is inserted into the joint. The surgeon can then view the joint on a monitor and perform repairs or corrective procedures as needed, often using specialized instruments.
Sports medicine is a subspecialty of orthopedics that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries related to sports and physical activity. It also involves performance enhancement and the overall well-being of athletes.
Common sports-related injuries include sprains, strains, fractures, dislocations, tendon injuries, and overuse injuries. Athletes may also seek sports medicine expertise for issues like concussion management and nutrition.
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