• When Knee Surgery Is Recommended

    When Knee Surgery Is Recommended

    Non-invasive treatment options are always first in line for knee-related problems. These include physical therapy, weight loss, NSAID medications and localized steroid injections. When none of these strategies work and the quality of your life is deteriorating, doctors might recommend surgery. Knee surgery is your best option if: There is a persistent loss of motionRead more

  • Reasons for Spinal Fusion Surgery

    Reasons for Spinal Fusion Surgery

    It’s estimated that over 540 million people worldwide are affected by lower back pain at one time or the other in their life. The prevalence rate is estimated to be 50-84% globally, with the incidence in India being higher among the low-income group who engage in physically challenging roles. It’s also estimated that majority ofRead more

  • Risks and Recovery from Laparoscopy Surgery

    Risks and Recovery from Laparoscopy Surgery

    Laparoscopy is a low-risk, minimally invasive surgical procedure that is often used to diagnose disease conditions that can otherwise not be treated or diagnosed with non-invasive procedures. A laparoscopy can also be used for collecting biopsies from organs or can be used for explorative surgery where diagnosis and treatment take place at the same time.Read more

  • Ways to Diagnose Throat Cancer

    Ways to Diagnose Throat Cancer

    Cancer doesn’t discriminate in its location and can grow in almost any part of the body, including the throat. The throat is a muscular tube that extends from behind the nose and ends at the bottom of the neck. Throat cancers are malignant tumors that can be found growing in the pharynx, the voice boxRead more






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