Shalby Hospital Madhya Pradesh India
SHALBY Hospital, a humble initiative by Dr. Vikram Shah in 1994 with a six bed medical facility in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India is one of the best multispecialty hospital conglomerates today, with 8 best multispecialty hospitals having full-fledged operations across six locations across the western and central India. Additionally, 4 more multispecialty medical facilities at the various stages of completion and commissioning in the best potential cities of India.
Shalby Hospital is now considered the best hospital in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. The meteoric rise of Shalby Hospitals into the orbit of “Best in Class” world medical tourism and transforming Ahmedabad in Gujarat and India into this coveted stature, lies in the vision of its founder, Dr. Vikram I. Shah, CMD who is best known as the inventor of “0 Technique” in Total Knee Replacement (TKR).
Enshrining the three pillars of healthcare: “clinical work, research and academics”, Shalby multi-speciality Hospital is all poised to achieve its cherished milestone of transforming the conglomerate into a 2000 beds hospital chain by 2016 from its current installed capacity of 900 beds. Our hospitals incorporate advanced Operation Theatres (OTs) with Guided Air Flow to reduce the infection rate. Shalby has the credit of being the “First Hospital” in India to install and use Body Exhaust System in Operation Theatres. It has the coveted fame of performing about 60,000 Total Knee Replacement Surgeries in India that is a record of sorts in the world.
In its journey and transition all along, Shalby has extended its footprints across India with 40 OPDs and Patient Follow-up Centre and 15 OPDs in the African Continent- Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda to name a few. With its unstinted credibility in “Total Patient Care” Shalby could ink a pact with RAK Hospital, UAE, for extending its expertise in Healthcare in the United Arab Emirates. Our hospitals, offer treatment in more than 40 Therapeutic Orders across locations that encompasses the advanced domains of : Arthroscopy Surgery, Joint Replacement Surgery (Knee & Hip), Spine Surgery, Urology & Uro-surgery, Neurology & Neuro Surgery, Endoscopy & Laparoscopy Surgery, Cardiology & Cardio Thoracic Surgery, Trauma & General Surgery, Gastro Medicine & Surgery, Ophthalmology, Gynecology, Cancer Surgery ( Breast, Head & Neck, Gastro),Rheumatology Pediatric, Orthopaedic, Sports Injury & Orthopaedic Trauma, Pediatric Care and Neonatal ICU, Ortho Oncology, etc. Besides being a multispecialty hospital chain, we also offer Top- of- the- Line medical facilities in Advanced Cosmetics, Kidney Transplant counseling, Dental, IVF and many more.
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Joint Replacement - HIP
Total Hip Replacement (THR or Total Hip Arthroplasty)
Hip Replacement, also referred to as Total hip replacement or Total Hip arthroplasty is a treatment modality when all other pain management therapies fail to give relief from the arthritis of the Hip. It is a surgical procedure in which the hip joint is replaced by a prosthetic implant. Usually such joint replacement surgeries are conducted to relieve pain due to severe physical joint damage or arthritis as part of the hip fracture. After undergoing this surgery, one gets back all motions that one may need to carry out on daily tasks. Contact Shalby Hospital for Joint Replacement Hospital, Hip Replacement Surgery, Joint Replacement Surgery, etc.
Osteoarthritis of the hip joint is the most common reason for people to undergo Hip Replacement surgery. Hip Replacement is an option worth considering if there is severe pain and or loss of motion or deformity of the hip joint. The hip replacement is also used in people with rheumatoid arthritis, hip injuries and other medical conditions, such as a bone loss or bone tumor due to avascular necrosis insufficient blood supply.
Symptoms requiring hip replacement include:
- Pain that keeps one awake at night
- Difficulty walking up or down stairs
- Having to stop activities such as walking, because of pain
- Little or no relief from pain medications
- Trouble standing from a seated position