Our Specialization

At Saqsham Orthopaedics, complete care of musculoskeletal conditions and disorders is undertaken in a responsive and supportive environment. Home to super-specialized physicians and trained orthopedic doctors. All different kinds of musculoskeletal assistance, knee, hip joint, sports medicine, shoulders, hand and wrist, spine, foot, ankle, elbow, etc. Are provided to the patient under one roof. Our orthopedic physicians offer the best possible assistance, most effective therapies, and treatment.

The team of doctors is dedicated to offering well-researched treatments which are often custom provided for best results. Whenever surgery is required, efficient doctors choose the best possible treatment. The latest technological equipment including robot-assisted surgeries, provide better outcomes and faster recovery rates.

Foot and ankle treatments are surgeries and procedures to treat several conditions and injuries affecting the feet and ankles. The foot and ankle is a complex area containing bones, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and muscles. Amazingly, these components come together to form 33 joints. Treating problems with any of these structures can involve ankle, foot, or toe surgery.
Made of dozens of small bones, our hands and wrists can easily get sore. The wrist alone has eight bones lined up, four on top, four below. All eight bones are connected by ligaments that keep the joints together while giving a wide range of motion for our hands. There are also many tendons that pass the wrist. These control the motion of our wrist, fingers, and thumb. Because each of those parts serves a purpose in movement, if even one area in the wrist gets inflamed or injured, you’re going to feel it.
Upper extremity pain is a very common issue among many people at some point in their lives. The shoulder is one of the most vulnerable joints as it has such a wide range of motion, which opens it up to various injuries and problems. Elbows are the next most vulnerable joint and are usually due to repetitive use. When a shoulder or elbow begins to develop functional or anatomic changes pain usually is first noticed during certain activities such as lifting a carton of milk or reaching above the head but as it worsens it is felt also at night while in bed or while at rest.
Hip disorders are disorders that affect the hip joint. The hip joint is a ball and socket that allows the thigh to move in different directions. It also allows the hips to support the weight of the body. The hip joint resides inside a capsule containing lubricating fluid, which helps the hip move smoothly. Inside the hip joint is cartilage, the tough but flexible substance that lines the ends of joints. Ligaments keep the ball of the joint from slipping out of the socket. Hip disorders can affect any of these parts, including ligaments and cartilage.
Knee pain is a common complaint for which there can be many causes. It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause. Your knee joint is made up of bone, cartilage, ligaments, and fluid. Muscles and tendons help the knee joint move properly. When any of these structures are injured or diseased, then knee problems will result causing pain and difficulty walking.