Our Achievements In The Past 6 Years
Our Treatment Services
Knee Replacement Sugery
Brachial Plexus Injury
Bone Cancer Treatment
Total Hip Replacement
- Out-Patient Department with 5 Consulting Rooms
- Radiology Department with Digital X-ray and Ultrasonography
- Physiotherapy Department with Adult and Child Physiotherapy services
- Casualty Department catering to emergencies 24 x 7 x 365
Day Care Ward
Exclusive Pediatric Physiotherapy
Ear Nose Throat surgery
Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery
Why Choose Us
Our team of Orthopaedic surgeons comprises extensively trained and experienced Consultants in each division of Orthopaedics.
Pinnacle Orthocentre Hospital is the one-stop solution to all your problems in Orthopaedic Surgery. Apart from Orthopaedic Surgery, Pinnacle Orthocentre Hospital offers services in Internal Medicine and Critical Care, Cancer Care, Diabetes Care, General Surgery, Ear/ Nose and Throat Surgery, Skin & Hair Care, and, Dietary advice.
Since it’s inception in 2017, in the last three years, the hospital has catered to more than 30000 patients in the out patient department and conducted more than 3000 surgeries.
The hospital aims to blend clinical and academic activities and it’s consultants are invited faculty at various national and international conferences It is a one stop solution for all your Orthopaedic problems.
Total knee replacement (TKR) surgery has become a commonly performed and highly successful surgical procedure for end-stage knee arthritis. Recent technological innovations have improved both early and long-term results and survivorship of the implanted joints. New...
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