Emergency Cases

Please call our helpline for any emergencies related to Injury, Trauma, Fracture or Drug Related Problems

9710999666 / 9345445566

Dr.Y.Anand

 

Department of Orthopeadics

 

Co-ordinator and Incharge Elite Ortho

Opening Hour

Monday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Friday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday

07:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday

07:00am - 08:00pm

About Elite

Ever since 2017, Elite Clinic in Anna Nagar East has been one of the leading dermatologists in Array. With many years of experience in this field, this doctor has made a recognisable name withing and beyond the vicinity. Having studied at reputed institutes and trained at immensely prominent centers, this medical practitioner has gained a sizable amount of knowledge in the field. From the very inception of this clinic in Anna Nagar East, the doctor has catered to the needs of the patients in the most outstanding manner. This doctor is known to keep abreast with the latest inventions in medical science so as to offer the patients treatments that are of the best and highest quality. One can find the clinic easily as it owns a space near 3rd Street. The neighbourhood is filled with spaces that are residential and commercial establishments. Commuting from here is the least of one’s worries as there is ample of public transport service that is available.

Treatments at ELITE ORTHO CLINIC Chennai

FRACTURE MANAGEMENT

HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY

KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

SHOULDER REPLACEMENT SURGERY

ARTHROSCOPIC KEYHOLE SURGERY

JOINT PAIN CLINIC

X-Ray

The X-Ray facilities are having extended service to the needy people at home basis also. House visits with appointment & Emergency basis as per availability.

Lab (Medall)

The Lab ( Medall ) facilities are having extended service to the needy people at home basis. House visits with appointment & Emergency basis as per availability.

Physiotherpy

The Physiotherapy facilities are having extended service to the needy people at home basis also.House visits with appointment & Emergency basis as per availability.

Consultation

Monday-Saturday 9AM-1PM, 7PM-9PM

An arthroscopy is usually carried out under general anaesthetic, although sometimes a spinal or local anaesthetic is used.

Our anaesthetist will explain which type of anaesthetic is most suitable for you. In some cases, you may be able to say which you would prefer.

If you have a local anaesthetic, your joint will be numbed so you don’t feel any pain. You may still feel some sensations during the procedure, such as a slight tugging, as the surgeon works on the joint.

Antibacterial fluid is used to clean the skin over the affected joint and a small cut, a few millimetres long, is made in the skin next to the joint so that a device called an arthroscope (a thin, metal tube with a light and camera at one end) can be inserted.

One or more additional incisions will also be made so that an examining probe or other fine surgical instruments can be inserted.

The joint is sometimes filled with a sterile fluid to expand it and make it easier for the surgeon to view. The arthroscope sends images to a video screen or eyepiece, allowing the surgeon to see inside your joint.

As well as examining the inside of the joint, if necessary, your surgeon will be able to remove any unwanted tissue or repair any damaged areas using tiny surgical instruments inserted through the additional incisions.

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