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An Innovative Approach to Treatment

Early Detection and Management of Deformities Using Growth Modulation

Early Detection and Management of Deformities Using Growth Modulation

Paediatric Hip Pathologies Managed with Safe Surgical Dislocation

Paediatric Hip Pathologies Managed with Safe Surgical Dislocation

Comprehensive Pediatric Bone Tumor Management

Comprehensive Pediatric Bone Tumor Management

Multispeciality Involvement in Treating Children with Syndromes

Multispeciality Involvement in Treating Children with Syndromes

We Specialise in the Treatment of

Management of Children with Congenital Anomalies

Management of Pediatric Fractures and Trauma

Management of Growth-related Issues

Paediatric Bone and Joint Infections

Evaluation and Management of Children with Bone and Joint Deformities

Surgical Correction of Deformities with Growth Modulation Procedures

Limb Length Equalisation Using Lengthening or Epiphysiodesis

Prenatal and Parental Counselling

Paediatric Orthopaedics Experts

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Dr. Saraswati Viswanathan

Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedics

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Dr. Vikas Ellur

Consultant, Paediatric Orthopaedics

Paediatric Orthopaedics FAQs

Yes, most congenital deformities are identified at birth and many common conditions like DDH, clubfoot and vertical talus are treatable.

Prenatal counselling and genetic evaluation as well as prenatal scans and amniocentesis may be required to identify and manage subsequent pregnancies.

No, few deformities like bow legs at birth and knock knees around 3-4 years are normal and considered physiological. Deformities affecting the growth area (called the physis) can be progressive. These require an evaluation and appropriate management.
 

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