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Dr. S.K.S. Marya

Chairman & Chief Surgeon - Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 38+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Ramesh Kumar Sen

Principal Director and Head of Department - Institute of Orthopedic Surgery


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 35+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. H.N. Bajaj

Senior Director (Orthopaedics) & Head (Spine Surgery)


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Spine Surgery, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 37+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Deepak Chaudhary

Principal Director


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

Dr. Ramneek Mahajan

Senior Director (Orthopaedics) & Head Joint Reconstruction (Hip & Knee) Unit


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 23+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Vikas Gupta

Director - Orthopaedics and Head - Hand & Shoulder Surgery


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 28+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Jatinder Bir Singh Jaggi

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 25+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Chandeep Singh

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 21+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Jatinder Kumar Singla

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 18+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Gaurav Gupta

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 16+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Shitij Kacker

Associate Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 18+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Hemanshu Kochhar

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 16+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Ashish Mittal

Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 20+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Amit Kumar Srivastava

Associate Director - Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 18+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Vineet Tyagi

Associate Director


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 15+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Sunil Shahane

Head


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Emergency & Trauma

Gender: Male

Dr. Vinay Aggarwal

Senior Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 13+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Rajesh Bawari

Prinicipal Consultant - Orthopaedics and Head - Complex Trauma & Orthopaedics units


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 26+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Munish Chaudhry

Principal Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 28+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Raju Easwaran

Principal Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 20+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Akram Jawed

Principal Consultant (Hand to Shoulder surgery)


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 16+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Aditya Sharma

Principal Consultant - Orthopaedics Sports Injury and Joint Replacement


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement

Experience: 14+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Sameer Anand

Senior Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Spine Surgery, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 23+ Years

Gender: Male

Rakesh Chandra Arya

Senior consultant (sports injury/ Arthroscopic surgery)


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 39+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Karan Baveja

Senior Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 10+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Akash Sabharwal

Senior Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 17+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Gurvinder S. Sawhney

Senior consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Emergency & Trauma, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

Dr. Niraj Vora

Senior consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

Dr. Prasad Bhagunde

Consultant


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement

Dr. Shiv Chouksey

Senior Consultant


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

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Dr. Yajuvendra Gawai

Consultant


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement

Gender: Male

Dr. Ashok Kumar (Ortho)

Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 17+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Nagraj S Shetty

Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

Dr. Gautam jk Tawari

Consultant


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

Dr. Sameer Kakar

Associate Consultant


Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Experience: 7+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Nawaid Ahmed

Visiting Consultant – Sport Injury & Orthopedic Surgery


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Male

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Dr. Neha Saindane (Godghate)

Visiting Consultant – Arthroscopy & Sport Injury Surgeon


Arthroscopy & Sports Injury

Gender: Female

Diseases Treated by Arthroscopic Surgeon:

Arthroscopy Sports injury Specialists are doctors who diagnose and treat joint problems caused due to sports injuries. Arthroscopic surgery is different from open joint surgery as the former requires an arthroscope( camera) and is a less invasive, more precise procedure. At Max, we treat a varied number of sports injuries with arthroscopy. Some of them are-

  • Rotator cuff tendon tears
  • Shoulder labral tears
  • Recurrent dislocations in the shoulder
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Ligament tear of the knee
  • Inflammation in the shoulder, knee, wrist, elbow, or ankle.

Max Hospital is one of the best hospitals in India for treating ailments related to Arthroscopy & Sports Injury, and the doctors mentioned above are among the best Arthroscopic Surgeon in India. You can check the consultation fees, OPD timings, and book doctor appointments online for OPD/Video Consultation for today, tomorrow or future dates.


Frequently Asked Questions

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that uses an arthroscope to examine and treat problems in the joints.
The benefits of arthroscopy include smaller incisions, less scarring, less pain, faster recovery time, and lower risk of complications than traditional open surgery.
Arthroscopy is used to examine and treat a variety of joints, including the knee, shoulder, ankle, hip, elbow, wrist, and finger joints.
Arthroscopy is performed using an arthroscope; it is inserted into the joint through a small incision. The arthroscope lets the surgeon view the inside of the joint on a monitor and guides surgical instruments to perform repairs or remove damaged tissue.
The main difference between arthroscopy and open surgery is the size of the incision. Arthroscopy uses small incisions, while open surgery involves larger incisions that provide direct access to the joint.
The risks associated with arthroscopy include infection, bleeding, nerve damage, and blood clots. However, these risks are relatively rare.
Arthroscopy is performed under anesthesia so patients do not experience pain during the procedure. Some patients experience pain or discomfort after, which is managed with pain medication.
The type of anesthesia used during arthroscopy depends on the joint being examined and the patient's overall health. Local anesthesia, regional anesthesia, or general anesthesia may be used.
The length of an arthroscopy procedure varies depending on the joint being examined and the complexity of the surgery. Most procedures take between 30 minutes and 2 hours.
The recovery time for arthroscopy depends on the joint being examined and the extent of the surgery. Most patients return to normal activities in a few days to a few weeks.
Patients typically go home on the same day as the arthroscopy procedure once they are able to walk and tolerate food and drink.
Patients are usually able to walk with crutches or a walker immediately after arthroscopy and can resume walking normally once their pain and swelling have subsided.
Patients cannot drive for 24 hours after arthroscopy, or until their pain and mobility have improved.
The timing of resuming normal activities after arthroscopy depends on the joint examined and the extent of the surgery. Most patients resume their normal activities in a few days to a few weeks.
After arthroscopy, patients can expect pain, swelling in the affected joint, stiffness and limited mobility. These symptoms improve in a few days to a few weeks.
Pain after arthroscopy is managed using over-the-counter pain medication or prescription pain medication, as directed by your doctor.
Yes, arthroscopy is commonly used to diagnose and treat knee injuries such as meniscal tears, ACL tears, and cartilage damage.
Yes, arthroscopy is commonly used to diagnose and treat shoulder injuries such as rotator cuff tears, labral tears, and instability.
Yes, arthroscopy is used to diagnose and treat ankle injuries such as cartilage damage, bone spurs, and ligament tears.
Yes, arthroscopy is becoming more commonly used to diagnose and treat hip injuries such as labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement, and cartilage damage.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat elbow injuries such as loose bodies, tennis elbow, and golfer's elbow.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat wrist injuries such as cartilage damage, ganglion cysts, and ligament tears.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat finger injuries such as ligament tears, joint dislocations, and fractures.
Yes, one of the benefits of arthroscopy is that it allows for the removal of loose bodies from the joint, which can cause pain and inflammation.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to repair cartilage damage using techniques such as microfracture, cartilage transplantation, and autologous chondrocyte implantation.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to repair ligament or tendon damage using techniques such as suture anchors, knots, and bone tunnels.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to treat arthritis by removing damaged tissue, smoothing bone surfaces, and debriding inflamed tissue.
Yes, arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat infections in the joint by obtaining a sample of synovial fluid or tissue for culture and biopsy, and by debriding infected tissue.
Yes, you can usually shower after arthroscopy, but keeping the incision site dry and clean is necessary. To reduce the risk of infection, avoid soaking the affected joint for at least 48 hours afterwards.
The length of time you should avoid soaking the affected joint after arthroscopy will depend on your surgeon's instructions and the extent of the procedure. In general, it's best to follow your surgeon's post-operative instructions carefully to ensure proper healing.
In most cases, you will be able to return to work within a few days to a few weeks after arthroscopy, depending on the type of work you do and the extent of the procedure. However, to allow healing, it's important to avoid any strenuous activity or heavy lifting for at least a few weeks after the procedure.
Arthroscopy can also be used to treat many joint conditions, including torn ligaments, damaged cartilage, and inflamed synovial tissue. The procedure allows the surgeon to make repairs or remove damaged tissue with minimal incisions, resulting in less pain and faster recovery times than traditional surgery.
Some of the joint conditions that can be treated with arthroscopy include torn meniscus, ACL and PCL injuries, rotator cuff tears, impingement syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, and ankle instability, among others. However, the suitability of arthroscopy as a treatment option depends on a variety of factors, including the severity of the condition and the patient's overall health.
Reviewed by Dr. Raju Easwaran, Principal Consultant – Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy & Sports Injury on 1-May-2024.