Ganga Medical Centre & Hospitals Pvt Ltd

Coimbatore, India.

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Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine


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The Arthros copy and sports medicine unit of Ganga hospital is headed by Dr. S R Sundararajan. The unit is efficient in performing several complex surgeries of knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, wrist and elbow joint. Our centre has an intake of yearly one FNB (national board of examinations) and two Tamilnadu Dr MGR University Post doctoral fellow students. It is one of the two centres in India to have FNB course in sports medicine. The unit has several research publications in national and international indexed journals. The unit recently won the best publication award at the National Arthroscopy Association meeting.

The Unit also conducts international and national level meetings in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy & Training Courses and Workshops for Physiotherapists. We have three well-equipped operation theatres with experienced theatre staff. All procedures are performed based on current clinical evidence and implants used are of best quality available on par with international standards at a very affordable cost. Apart from good surgical results, post-operative rehabilitation is provided through experienced physiotherapists to get patients back to normal activities. Comprehensive post operative rehabilitation for all Sports and Ligament injuries are guided by an exclusive team comprising of 19 trained physio-therapists.


KEY HOLE SURGERIES - HIGHLIGHTS

  • Competent Arthroscopic surgical team with more than 15 years experience.
  • Two Fully furnished operation theatre with a dedicated team of surgeons, nurses, and anesthetists.
  • State of the art Advanced arthroscopic equipment.
  • Specialized Musculoskeletal radiologists and physiotherapists to ensure the best outcomes for the patients.
  • Key hole surgeries are performed for knee, shoulder, ankle, hip and wrist joints.






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