Minimally Invasive Surgery In Orthopaedic
The Institute for Bone, Joint Replacement, Orthopaedic Spine and Sports Medicineat BLKHospital is committed to providing each of its patients with innovative and the safest treatment choice using state-of-the-art robotic-assisted technology or endoscopic techniques. We have a team of highly trained specialists who perform complex and delicate procedures using the advanced techniques to treat complex orthopaedic conditions and helping improve patient’s surgical outcomes.
Minimally invasive surgery or MIS is a safe and effective technique that has emerged in the 1980s to meet the surgical needs of many patients suffering from various medical conditions. It is performed over a patient with orthopaedic conditions with least tissue damage and is associated with lower postoperative patient morbidity when compared with other traditional treatment approaches.
In orthopaedic minimally invasive surgery is used in the following areas:
- Trauma Surgery
- Spine Surgery including Spine Fixation
- Joint Replacement (also Computer-aided)
- Sports Injury
- Knee Replacement
- Hip Replacement
- Pain Management
- Revision Surgery of the Hip and Knee
- Limb Salvage Surgery for Malignant Tumours
- Ultra-modern Sports Injury Management
- Management of Complete Trauma
You are a Right Candidate for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery if:
- Non-surgical treatments do not effectively reduce symptoms of orthopaedic disorders. These treatments include:
- Physical therapy
- Spinal injections
A patient must talk to a doctor or orthopaedic about your pain and symptoms in detail along with the outcomes of different treatments tried by the patient. After evaluating all the considerations your doctor may advise you to undergo surgical treatment to treat various orthopaedic problems.
Computer-Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS)
The Institute for Bone, Joint Replacement, Spine and Sports Injury also offers Computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery. It is one of the most advanced ways of treating complex orthopaedic conditions with improved outcomes. It allows doctors to obtain real-time feedback during the operation regarding the position of surgical instruments and implants in relation to the skeleton,which is displayed on a monitor. The technology helpssurgeons in decreasing intra-operative errors and has the potential to improve surgical accuracy and outcome.
The application finds its use in multiple branches of orthopaedic surgery including
- Knee Arthroplasty
- Spinal Surgery
- Sports Injuries
- Bone Tumour Surgery