General Orthopaedics

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01 Low Back Ache

The condition is a cause of injuries, such as a muscle strain or spasm, sprains of ligaments, joint problems, or a slipped disc.

02 OA Knee

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic degenerative joint disease commonly affecting the weight-bearing joints of the body such as the knees, hips, spine and feet.

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03 Neck Pain

Neck pain is something that most commonly arises as people age.

04 Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder is a condition involving the shoulder joints. It also goes by the name of adhesive capsulitis.

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05 Stress Fractures

Stress fractures are caused due to repetitive stress on a bone which later develops a crack, resulting into a fracture.

06 Osteoporosis​

Due to higher incidences of fragility fractures and subsequent morbidity, osteoporosis has become a major public health problem

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07 Vitamin- D Deficiency

08 Heel Pain

The condition is characterised by occurrence of pain in the heels. This pain can either affect the actual heel bone or the areas around it.

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09 Avascualar Necrosis Hip 

Avascular necrosis also known as osteonecrosis means death of bone tissue due to insufficient availability of blood supply. 

10 Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are the most common of all sports related injuries, accounting for over 25% of cases.

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11 Infection

It is a condition in which pathogenic (disease causing) microorganisms multiply and spread within the body tissues.

12 Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow, which is also known as lateral epicondylosis is a condition associated with overloading of tendons in your elbow, which is usually caused due to repetitive motion of arm and wrist.

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13 Flat Foot

Flat foot, also known as pea planus is a deformity which is characterized by the absence of arch in
the feet or a very low arch in the feet.

14 Trigger Finger

Trigger finger is a condition wherein your finger gets bent or straightened like a trigger being pulled and released.

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15 Ganglion Cysts

Ganglion cysts are the most common type of lumps which are most commonly found along the wrist.