We provide medication to our patients such as:
- Non Steroid Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAID)
- Bone Strengthening Medicine
- Pain Relieve Medicines
- Muscle Relaxing Medicines
- Nerve Regenerating Medicines
- Joint Supplement
- Muscle Relaxing Supplement
- Rheumatoid Arthritis Medicines
It is advisable to have proper diagnosis before consume the above medications / supplements
Injection is a faster and more effective form of treatment. There are several types of effective injection which is used to treat orthopaedic conditions:
- Epidural Injection (for Lower Back Pain)
- Hyaluronic Acid Injection (For Joint Arthritis)
- Anti-inflammatory Injection (For Tendonitis)
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) (For Soft Tissue, Tendonitis, Joint Arthritis)
Cast / Plaster
Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)
Shockwave therapy as a medical application was originally developed as a means for pulverizing kidney stones. Since 1989, it has also been employed with considerable success at university clinics to treat non- or poorly healing bone fractures.
Since 1991, Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) has been employed as an alternative to surgery in treating calcified shoulders and other aches and pains of the bones and tendons.
The current range of applications for orthopaedic conditions includes:
- Calcified Shoulder
- Shoulder joint aches and pains without calcium deposits
- Tennis elbow or Golfer’s elbow (Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis)
- Plantar fasciitis and Heel spurs
- Inflammation of the Achilles or patella tendon
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
PRP refers to a concentrate of platelets in plasma that is higher than that of normal circulating platelets in the body. Platelets have a vital role in the healing of injured tissues. The alpha granules of platelets contain growth factors which result in various biological effects.
Current uses for PRP in Sports Medicine include:
- Chronic Insertional or Intrasubstance tendinopathy with or without tear, Eg. Tennis Elbow, Patellar tendinosis, Insertional Achilles Tendinosis, Plantar Faciitis, Rotator Cuff tendinosis.
- Ligament tears, eg. Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) of the knee, Ankle ligament sprains
- Post-surgical augmentation of soft tissue healing, eg. Following surgical tendon repairs in tendo-achilles or rotator cuff, meniscus repair, or cartilage surgery in degenerative joint disease.
- Cartilage degeneration and early stages of osteoarthritis of the knee, ankle and other joints.
- Acute muscle tears eg. Myoseptal tears of the calf of hamstring