Can shoulder pain be a sign of lung cancer?

Dr. Rajesh Verma recently appeared on ABPNews live to discuss the intriguing connection between shoulder pain and lung cancer. In his insightful interview, Dr. Verma emphasized that while shoulder pain is not typically associated with lung cancer, it is still important to be aware of the potential warning signs.  While not commonly associated, he highlighted […]

Total Knee Replacement for Knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a condition where the joint gets inflamed thus eroding the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of involved bones. The ends thus wear down over time. It has become a global burden affecting around 2.4 crore people. Worldwide estimates are that 9.6% of men and 18.0% of women aged over 60 years have […]

Is Knee Replacement Surgery Costly And Worth Undergoing Surgery?

The most common question surrounding the orthopedic field around here is the cost effectiveness of a replacement surgery. Around 3% of Indian population (3.9 crore ) is affected by Osteoarthritis. 75% of women over the age of 60 are currently affected and are forecasted to reach a huge number of 6 crore by 2025. In […]

The Life Saving Nature of Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Until few years ago, Nirmala Devi used to be the lady on move taking care of all the household chores alongwith a active social life of her own. However, as she reached sixties, her knees started hurting and ultimately made her curtail her movement just inside the house. In hope of getting back to her […]

Revision spine surgery: Taming the beast!

Some spine surgeons may find revision spine surgeries exciting, while others may find them gloomy and anxiety inducing ( Its probably a matter of who did the index surgery, you or your contemporary). However, it is undoubted that a revision spine surgery is nightmarish for the patient. The need for revising a previously operated spine […]

Endoscopic Spine Surgery- The art of delivering big gains with small cuts

The spine is the centre of the human body – this anatomical fact has significant implications both for the general public and the specialists surgeons managing spine disorders. From a general point of view, it means any affliction of spine will have profound implications on the overall health of the human body and for the […]

3D Computer Navigation: Latest in spinal surgery

Spine surgery has experienced much technological innovation over the past several decades. The field has seen advancements in operative techniques and equipment such as computer-assisted navigation and surgical robotics. With the arrival of real-time image guidance and navigation capabilities along with the computing ability to process and reconstruct these data into an interactive three-dimensional spine […]

“Refuse to fuse: Advancements in spinal surgery”

Spinal column is the best example of a structure which is strong enough to support hundreds of pounds of weight, yet flexible enough to allow nearly 180 degrees of bending, that too in all the planes. Spinal Disorder limits either its supporting ability or flexibility.