Armaan Hospital is providing all orthopeadics treatments under single roof. All treatments like knee replacement, knee resurfacing, hip treatment, hip replacement and shoulder replacement are done under the guidance of experienced and professional surgeons. We provide Knee Replacement with latest and advanced technology. All the knee replacement surgeries are done under the expert surgeons only.
See a doctor immediately if you: 1) Heard a popping sound when your knee was injured 2) Notice your knee looks deformed 3) Feel severe pain 4) Have sudden swelling 5) Can't use your knee
Stiffness on one or several joints, causing pain that may get worse. There are different types of arthritis, each with different causes, including usury, infections and underlying illnesses. Symptoms include pain, swelling, reduced range of motion and stiffness.
Arthritis is caused by inflammation of the joints. Osteoarthritis usually comes with age and most often affects the fingers, knees, and hips. Sometimes osteoarthritis follows a joint injury. For example, you might have badly injured your knee when young and develop arthritis in your knee joint years later.
Signs And Symptoms indicates that you have Arthritis? Chronic joint pain : Joint pain that lingers on or regularly flares up is the primary symptom of arthritis. Joint stiffness : Joint stiffness is also very common when you have arthritis. Swelling around joints. Joint redness. Decreased range of motion.
What is Hamstring Injuries? A hamstring injury is a strain or tear to the tendons or large muscles at the back of the thigh. It's a common injury in athletes and can happen in different severities. Hamstring Injuries are divided into 3 grades, these are: Grade I: a mild muscle strain - likely to recover in a few days. Grade II: a partial muscle tear. Grade III: a complete muscle tear or tear of an attachment - may take weeks or months to heal.
Signs of hamstring injury
Sudden, sharp pain.
A popping sensation at the time of injury.
Swelling within the first few hours.
A break in the upper quarter of the thighbone, near the hip joint.
A hip fracture can cause life-threatening complications. People over the age of 65 are most at risk because bones weaken and the risk of falling increases with age.
Symptoms include the inability to move after a fall and severe hip or groin pain.
Taking steps to maintain bone density and avoid falls can help prevent hip fracture.
Physical discomfort of the shoulder, including the joint itself or the muscles, tendons and ligaments that support the joint.
Shoulder pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include overuse, disuse, sprain, strain or sleeping on side. SEEKING MEDICAL CARE See a doctor immediately if you: 1.Feel severe pain 2.Get sudden swelling 3.Can't move your shoulder joint 4.Have a visible deformity, particularly after an injury