The musculoskeletal system is made up of muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons. A branch of medicine that focuses on this system is called orthopedics. This complex, interconnected system is pivotal in helping with our movement and everyday activity. One of the most common forms of arthritis affecting Indians every year is osteoarthritis. Zen Hospital’s orthopedic department offers the latest orthopedic treatment and its advancements are on par with the best service centers around the world. Our orthopedic doctors are highly trained professionals who have been in the field for a long time. Our experts specialize in minimally invasive surgical procedures that ensure quick recovery time and are less painful.
Zen Hospital has a well-equipped Orthopaedic Department with the latest, cutting-edge modern equipment like laminar flow, Leica operating microscope, computer navigation system, top-of-the-line arthroscopy system and so much more! Our post-operative care and recovery areas have the most advanced Physical Therapy facilities that will get you back on your feet as soon as possible.
We have dedicated & well equipped Orthopedic surgery department with laminar flow & various modern equipment like LEICA operating microscope, computer navigation system, top of the line arthroscopy system etc, latest cutting edge technology in terms of equipments, operating rooms, recovery areas and advanced Physical therapy facilities.
Trauma is unpredictable. You can easily fall off a ladder at any time of the day or night. Zen understands this unpredictability and is opened to trauma 24/7. We have around-the-clock care with all procedures done under one roof.
Zen’s Orthopaedic Department deals with complex procedures like periprosthetic fracture, pelvis, and acetabular fracture. Our orthopedic doctors use arthroscopic procedures to ensure the best results
What is arthroscopy?
Arthroscopy allows an orthopedic surgeon to diagnose and treat knee disorders by providing a clear view of the inside of the joint with small incisions, utilizing a pencil-sized instrument called an arthroscope. The scope contains optic fibers that transmit an image of your joint through a small camera to a television monitor. The TV image allows the surgeon to thoroughly examine the interior of your knee and determine the source of your problem. During the procedure, the surgeon also can insert surgical instruments through other small incisions in your joint to remove or repair damaged tissues.