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Orthopedics is the branch of surgery that involves the skeletal system, including the repair of joints, bones, ligaments and tendons. Orthopedic surgeons may also perform surgery on the feet, hands and spine.

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Shubham Hospital provides expert treatment for all aspects of musculoskeletal injuries including surgical care, rehabilitation, and orthotics and prosthetics. Our physicians have experience in a broad range of orthopaedic specialities such as sports medicine, pediatrics, joint replacement, foot and ankle, shoulder and elbow, trauma, oncology, spine, and hand.

What is sciatica?
In the low back, nerves join to form the sciatic nerve, which runs down into the leg and controls the leg muscles. Sciatica is a condition that may cause radiating pain, numbness, tingling, and/or muscle weakness in the leg but originates from nerve root impingement in the lower back. Nerve impingement is most often caused by a herniated disk or spinal stenosis.
What is a dislocated shoulder?
A shoulder dislocation (shoulder instability) occurs when the upper end of the arm bone ball pops out of the shoulder joint socket. This injury may be caused by a direct blow to the shoulder, a fall on an outstretched hand or arm, or an exaggerated overhead throwing motion.
What is arthritis?
The most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis, can affect any joint in the body, but most often afflicts the knees, hips, and fingers. Most people will develop osteoarthritis from the normal wear and tear on the joints through the years. Joints contain cartilage, a rubbery material that cushions the ends of bones and facilitates movement. Over time, or if the joint has been injured, the cartilage wears away and the bones of the joint start rubbing together. As bones rub together, bone spurs may form and the joint becomes stiff after long periods of activity or inactivity.
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