Swadha Hospital: Get Expert orthopedic care in Etawah

Swadha Hospital is specially designed for orthopedics. We offer a full range of musculoskeletal services across all ages. Our physicians have had subspecialty training and are acknowledged as authorities in their orthopedic specialties. 

Our hospital is also the best in handling trauma and fractures, arthritis, slipped discs, pediatric orthopedics disorders, and rheumatology. We also specialize in spinal and total joint replacement surgeries (such as hip, knee, and shoulder), shoulder and elbow, hand surgery, and sports medicine.

What is orthopedics?

Orthopedics is a medical specialty that focuses on diagnosing, treating, and preventing ailments affecting the musculoskeletal system. This intricate structure involves bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissues. Orthopedic doctors, also known as orthopedic surgeons or simply orthopods, handle musculoskeletal problems such as fractures, sprains and strains, arthritis, inborn issues, and sports injuries. 

Different therapeutic approaches, ranging from non-surgical techniques like physiotherapy and drugs to surgical remedies such as joint replacement and reconstructive surgery, are employed by orthopedic specialists. They work towards reestablishing function, reducing pain, and improving patients’patients’ quality of life. Furthermore, orthopedic surgeons often work with other healthcare professionals to provide multidisciplinary care through holism in musculoskeletal health. The field continually evolves regarding technology and surgical techniques, thus ensuring that orthopedic professionals provide effective remedies for various forms of the disease.

Our expertise in a wide range of specialty areas 

Swadha Hospital specializes in various specialty areas. 

  • Foot and Ankle – A foot or ankle injury can dramatically change your life. We want to help you get back on your feet.
  • Hand and Wrist – If you have pain in your hands or wrists, it can affect almost everything you do every day. Swadha Hospital is here for that.
  • Hip – It’s our goal to reduce patient pain, increase mobility, speed up recovery, and enhance the quality of their life. Our hip treatment options are detailed here.
  • Knee – The knee is the largest joint in the human body and a complex system of supportive and moving parts, including bones, cartilage, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, all of which may be injured or diseased. Let us find you a way out.
  • Shoulder and Elbow – While the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, it is also the weakest. This page contains an overview of our advanced treatments available.

Why choose us?

Sophisticated solutions

Our orthopedic consultants, who are qualified by the board, offer the latest surgical and non-surgical treatment options, including arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery for the hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, hand, and ankle; primary and complex revision surgery; robotic joint replacement surgery; custom braces and orthotics among others.

We routinely employ robot-assisted techniques and minimally invasive methods to improve our accuracy and reduce pain after a procedure, which enhances quicker recovery time.

The Latest In Technology

Our investments in the latest robotic surgical tools, such as Rosa Robotic Surgical Assistant, imply better patient results, such as improved joint stability, wider range of motion, and greater chances to have a longer-lasting implant.

Swadha Hospital is among the few hospitals in the region offering Persona IQ® “smart knee” technology for knee replacement. This technology is the first implantable device that enables remote patient monitoring and collects data on a patient’s post-surgery progress.

All You Need Here

Across our system, our medical, nursing, rehab, and support teams work together to ensure you get the right care at every stage, including advanced radiology with quick expert diagnoses and physical therapists with great expertise in hands-on techniques and therapeutic exercises.

Care Specific To You

Our experts will perform a full physical examination of your injury along with any other tests that may be needed before they start creating a treatment plan so that you can achieve the best treatment possible. Your plan will be tailored directly to you and your needs, regardless of whether it requires surgery, so you can return to what you enjoy doing most soon.

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Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs):

A person should see an orthopedist once every half a year, depending on age and health condition. If this individual is in good shape, they can go to the orthopedic doctor to check the state of their bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments no more than once per annum.

The patient may remain in the hospital for five days to two weeks. The duration could differ according to the type of orthopedic surgery done or the patient’s general health. This time may extend due to complications occurring after the surgery. Immediate postoperative care, such as using prescribed drugs, maintaining proper dressing, and physiotherapy, permits quick recovery.

Soft tissue injury is treatable by the orthopedist. It is a procedure that repairs and fixes soft tissues, such as tendons, ligaments, or muscles. Sprains and strains are some of the common examples of these injuries.

Orthopedists generally use diagnostic and imaging procedures like X-rays or bone scans, which are not painful for most orthopedic injuries. They may also apply non-invasive MRI scanning (MRI), computed axial tomography (CT), or ultrasound. The doctor may perform minimally invasive procedures like arthroscopy to diagnose certain orthopedic conditions, for instance, arthritis that results in mild pain.

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