Best Orthopedic Doctors in India



Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
6 Years

Location:
Vizag

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
25 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
22 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
20 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
20 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
14 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
10 Years

Location:
Hyderabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
25 Years

Location:
Begumpet

Timings:
8 AM TO 3 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Begumpet

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
25 Years

Location:
Chandanagar

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
5 Years

Location:
Chandanagar

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
10 Years

Location:
Aurangabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
10 Years

Location:
Aurangabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Aurangabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Aurangabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Karimnagar

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
9 Years

Location:
Kakinada

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
11 Years

Location:
Kurnool

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
6 Years

Location:
Navi-mumbai

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Kurnool

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
7 Years

Location:
Kurnool

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
11 Years

Location:
Nashik

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
10 Years

Location:
Nashik

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Nashik

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
12 Years

Location:
Nellore

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
18 Years

Location:
Nellore

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
25 Years

Location:
Nizamabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Sangamner

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
7 Years

Location:
Sangareddy

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
9 Years

Location:
Chandanagar

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
11 Years

Location:
Srikakulam

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
20 Years

Location:
Vizag

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
19 Years

Location:
Vizag

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
10 Years

Location:
Vizag

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
5 Years

Location:
Vizag

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
15 Years

Location:
Vizianagaram

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
11 Years

Location:
Pune

Timings:
10 AM To 5 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
9 Years

Location:
Pune

Timings:
10 AM TO 5 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
9 Years

Location:
Kakinada

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
12 Years

Location:
Navi-mumbai

Timings:
10 AM - 7 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
7 Years

Location:
Zaheerabad

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
8 Years

Location:
Navi-mumbai

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
5 Years

Location:
Navi-mumbai

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM


Department:
Orthopedics

Experience:
3 Years

Location:
Kakinada

Timings:
10 AM - 4 PM

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is an orthopedist?

An orthopedist is a physician who corrects congenital or functional abnormalities of the bones with surgery, casting, and bracing. Orthopedists also treat the injuries of the bones. The doctors are specialized in musculoskeletal systems.

What is the difference between an orthopedist and an orthopedic surgeon?

An orthopedic surgeon treats a certain condition which impacts the musculoskeletal system and can specialize on a specific body part. Orthopedists who perform surgery also use various treatments for alleviating pain.

Does an orthopedist treat foot and ankle-related problems?

Yes, orthopedists can also treat issues related to foot and ankle which include hammertoes, bunions, and Achilles tendinitis.

Does an orthopedist treat sports injuries?

An orthopedist can treat issues related to bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. If a person has a sports injury, he can visit an orthopedist for treatment.

What surgeries can an orthopedist perform?

An orthopedist can perform various surgery such as knee arthroscopy, meniscectomy, shoulder arthroscopy, knee replacement, and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

What medical conditions are treated by an orthopedist?

Fractures and dislocations, torn ligaments, sprains and strains, tendon injuries, and low back discomfort are all treated by orthopedists.

Do all orthopaedic doctors perform surgeries?

Both surgical and non-surgical techniques can be performed by orthopaedic doctors. They are qualified to do surgery as well as diagnose and treat problems utilising a variety of techniques.

How long does it take to recover from minimally invasive hip replacement surgery?

The time it takes to recover from hip replacement surgery varies. Those who have minimally invasive surgery typically recover in four weeks, whereas those who have regular surgery recover in eight weeks.

What is limb reconstruction?

Limb reconstruction is an orthopaedic surgery specialisation. Leg lengthening and/or deformity correction are treated with reconstruction procedures. Internal fixation, such as plating or nailing, as well as exterior fixation, such as Ilizarov or Monotube frames, are examples.

Does bone cancer need an amputation?

Amputation is an operation to remove all or part of a limb. This type of surgery is sometimes used to treat primary bone cancer or soft tissue sarcoma in an arm or leg. It is usually possible to remove cancer in an arm or leg without having to remove the whole limb.

What is a Stage 1 knee revision?

A one-stage revision procedure for periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) after a total hip or total knee replacement may be less expensive, faster to restore function, and have less morbidity than a two-stage revision technique.

Is a knee replacement a major operation?

Knee replacement surgery is only suggested if non-surgical procedures such as physiotherapy and steroid injections have failed to relieve discomfort.

Is a knee replacement a major operation?

Knee replacement surgery is only suggested if non-surgical procedures such as physiotherapy and steroid injections have failed to relieve discomfort.

How long does it take to fully recover from a hip replacement?

Hip replacement recovery might take two to four weeks on average, but everyone is different. It is dependent on a number of factors, including your level of activity prior to surgery, your age, nutrition, pre existing conditions, and other health and lifestyle considerations.

How safe is shoulder replacement surgery?

After shoulder replacement surgery, the majority of people report reduction in pain and increased range of motion. This surgery is usually regarded as a safe and successful way to assist persons with shoulder pain in resuming daily activities.

Are elbow replacements possible?

Problems ranging from rheumatoid arthritis to severe fractures can cause harm to your elbow. In some cases, the injury can be cured medically. If the damage is very severe or cannot be cured through medicine and physiotherapy your doctor may suggest elbow replacement surgery.

What is robotic joint replacement surgery?

A robotic knee replacement is equal to a standard knee replacement. Damaged tissue in your knee is removed and replaced with an artificial joint by your surgeon. The only difference is that it is done with the help of a robotic arm or a handheld robotic device (depending on the robotic system used for your surgery).