joint replacement

Joint Replacements

Joint replacement surgery is removing a damaged joint and putting in a new one. A joint is where two or more bones come together, like the knee, hip, and shoulder. The surgery is usually done by a doctor called an orthopaedic (or-tho-PEE-dik) surgeon. Sometimes, the surgeon will not remove the whole joint, but will only replace or fix the damaged parts.

The doctor may suggest a joint replacement to improve how you live. Replacing a joint can relieve pain and help you move and feel better. Hips and knees are replaced most often. Other joints that can be replaced include the shoulders, fingers, ankles, and elbows.


The best ENT treatment will vary according to what type of problems or symptoms you are having. In the early stages of a disorder, surgical procedures may not be warranted, as in tonsillitis, for example. Early treatments will also depend on whether or not the disorder is related to an infection. If an infection is suspected, tests may be performed to determine whether the cause is bacterial or viral. Viral infections will not respond to antibiotics.

If surgical procedures are indicated, the doctor or nurse will give you instructions to follow before the surgery, including when you need to stop eating solid foods, when to stop drinking clear liquids and whether or not you will need to start or stop any medications before the surgery.




Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Doctors plan meticulously to minimize the chance for any side effects. Expert team of physicists and dosimetrists ensure complete safety while performing the radiation therapies with highly sophisticated equipment and computers. An oncologist may prescribe radiation therapy before, during, or post-surgery depending on the treatment strategy devised collaboratively by American Oncology Institute medical team. Expert oncologists starts the design for each patient’s complete, personalized treatment plan with a simulation. The simulation begins by using detailed imaging scans to determine the location, size, and shape of the tumor in the body.


We contact a team of experienced and accomplished nephrologists treat various kinds of kidney disorders including acute and chronic kidney diseases, kidney transplantation, hypertension, acid –base electrolyte disorders, nephrolithiasis (kidney stones) and complex procedures such as renal denervation for uncontrolled hypertension.

We contact many all multispeciality units of hospitals with modern equipment and treatment facilities work 24/7 to full capacity.




We consult doctors who do equip competence and surgical treatment for urinary disorders of the female and male urinary tracts, as well as conditions of the male genital tract or reproductive system. Our urology gurus endeavor firmly with patients to evolve individualized treatment plans that cover both surgical and medical approaches to a far-reaching range of urological problems. Convenient collaboration with other hospitals also permits our patients the most entire care available and grants for the finest achievable outcomes.


Gastrology is highly specialized service split into gastro intestinal medicine and surgical expertise including transplants. Our Treatment here is specialized and covers most conditions of the gastro-intestinal tract; we treat the upper digestive tract, liver, colon, stomach, pancreas and intestinal problems, helping in early detection and prevention of gastro-intestinal diseases.

Diagnosis and treatment of gastro-intestinal diseases through minimally nosy technology. The patients are closely monitored throughout the process, from early diagnosis, early detection and treatment to a superior quality of life later. This makes the procedure affordable while ensuring speedy recovery.




Cardiology provides a broad range of services in the diagnosis and management of heart disease. Emory Division of Cardiology is at the leading edge of many appealing breakthroughs in the avoidance and treatment of cardiovascular disease.

This department provides clinical appraisal of patients' syndromes and a physical audit in the office. Further testing, when indicated, consists of tests such as pharmacological stress testing to evaluate the heart's response to exercise and treadmill, echocardiography to study blood flow and heart valves, monitoring to assess cardiac rhythms, pressure measurements, coronary arteries and cardiac output measurements.


Neurologists manage and treat neurological conditions, or problems with the nervous system. The Department of Neurology is devoted to the assimilation of new understanding of the neurobiology of disease into the clinical practice of neurology, in order to provide better health care for patients with neurological diseases.




The Administration of Orthopedic Surgery adds nationally ranked, Comprehensive medical and surgical care of the musculoskeletal system for both Children and adults. This includes your tendons, bones, ligaments, joints, and muscles.

Hair Transplant

During a hair transplant, hairs are moved from an area of thick growth to bald areas. The procedure is performed as follows:

  • You receive local anesthesia to numb the scalp. You may also receive medicine to relax you.
  • A strip of your hairy scalp is removed using a scalpel (surgical knife) and set aside. This area of your scalp is called the donor area. The scalp is closed using tiny stitches.
  • The bald areas that will receive these healthy hairs are cleaned. These areas of your scalp are called the recipient areas.
  • Small groups of hairs, or individual hairs, are carefully separated out from the removed scalp.
  • Your scalp is thoroughly cleaned; tiny cuts are made in the bald area.
  • Healthy hairs are carefully placed in the cuts. During a single treatment session, hundreds or even thousands of hairs may be transplanted.

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liver Transplant

Liver Transplant

Liver transplantation surgically replaces or reinstates a failing or diseased liver with one that is healthy and normal. Transplantation is the only cure for liver insufficiency or liver failure because no device or machine reliably performs all of the functions of the liver. People who require liver transplants typically have one of the following conditions.

  • Acute Liver Failure: Acute liver failure, also well-known as fulminant hepatic failure, occurs when a previously healthy liver suffers massive injury resulting in clinical signs and symptoms of liver insufficiency
  • Chronic liver failure: The end stage of scarring is termed cirrhosis and corresponds to the point where the liver can no longer repair itself. The liver has a remarkable curious ability to repair itself in response to injury. Nevertheless, typically over many years and even decades, repeated injury and repair, scars the liver permanently.

Heart Transplant

A heart transplant is when a diseased heart is replaced from a donor by a healthy human heart.

A treatment for heart failure, heart transplantation is a specialty available at XYZ. Working with a multidisciplinary team, our specialists deliver the best possible heart care before, throughout, and after heart transplantation. Our transplant specialists also provide you with the ongoing medical management and care needed while you wait for a transplant, as well as when you have already received a transplant.

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kidney transplant

Kidney Transplant

Our kidney transplant program takes a multidisciplinary approach, providing patients access to a team of health care professionals who are experienced in all medical and surgical aspects of transplantation.
There are four types of living kidney donation: paired exchange donation, direct donation, advanced donation, and Good Samaritan donation.

  • Direct Donation: With direct donation, the donor generally knows the recipient and donates directly to them. If the donor is compatible, the donor's kidney can be transplanted directly into the recipient. One problem with direct donation is that direct donors are often incompatible or poorly compatible with their intended recipients - this means they are not the right blood type or do not pass a cross match test with the intended recipient. However, a donor can still help their intended recipient get a transplant if they are incompatible by participating in a paired exchange.
  • Paired Exchange Donation: In a paired exchange, a donor will donate their kidney to another recipient in exchange for a compatible kidney for their loved one. For example consider two pairs; the first pair, a husband and his wife are also incompatible. The second pair, a mother and her son are incompatible. In this exchange, the mother donates to the wife of the second pair and the husband donates to the son in the first pair.
  • Good Samaritan Donation:With Good Samaritan donation, the donor is giving to a stranger which initiates a chain of transplants. Chains are a way for one Good Samaritan donor (aka Non Directed Donor) to help many patients get transplanted. Chains are also revolutionizing the paired exchange process by facilitating better donor-recipient matches including some six antigen matches, which is important because a great match allows the transplanted kidney to last longer.

    Many Good Samaritan donors choose to start chains because it is a way to help more than one person suffering from kidney failure. One chain typically facilitates anywhere from 2 to 30 transplants.


We have a team of highly qualified gynecologists with many years of quality experience to their credit who consistently deliver high quality medical care to the patients along with effective communication. All the doctors are trained to provide quality care to the patients in a consistent and ethical manner. The department is equipped with state of art technology to provide treatment for the entire gamut of obstetrics & gynecology health needs.