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Mundra Hospital And Orthpaedic Centre

Ganga Nagar, Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh

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The hospital is located in the main area of Bilaspur and is very close to the railway station. The hospital started functioning in 2012 with 20 beds and initially had only 2 doctors. Today, it have the manpower of nearly 35 And more than 10 doctors. Mundra Hospital is an acute fracture and trauma care center 
Our staffs are committed to provide the highest standard of personalized care. We aim to develop and recreates the comfortable ambience of home within its four walls. We take a great deal of pride in the tradition and uncompromised nature of the personalized care that is provided to our patient. Even though often we are involved in ‘high tech’ procedures.
Provides care for patients with recent injuries as well as those who have chronic problems / complications of previous injuries. Treatment is highly individualized and often includes operative procedures as well as non operative care such as splinting, bracing & casting.Rehabilitation after injury is the critical part of the treatment plan. Restoration of function, return to normal activities & prevention of pain & deformity are our goal as we care for the total patient in the multidisciplinary environment.
On primary objectives is ‘early mobilization, minimal discomfort’. This state of act specialized health care facilities is designed to provide the highest level of the professional expertise & patient care in the fields of orthopedic.
Our Mission is to save and absolutely cure every human life that approaches with a hope or seeks help from Mundra Hospital by providing finest of treatments available.
• To anticipate the needs & meet the expectation of every single patient by providing customised solution 
• To keep abreast with newer developments in the field of orthopaedics 
• Achieve professional excellence in delivering quality care 
• To enhance the overall physical health, fitness & quality of life of patient ( adults , pediatric & geriatrics) by treating and educating them with high quality, comprehensive & individualized care.To make this hospital best hip and knee replacement center best fracture and trauma care center with rehabilitation in chhattisgarh.
• Make the patient start their life (post trauma) with new hopes and dreams and to become a hospital with least post operative infective cases.
• We are here to deliver the highest quality of health care through state of the art facilities that aim to leave no stones unturned in perfecting ever enhancing patient centric care.
We vision ourselves to be one of the top health care institutions, curing and saving as many human lives as possible, implying both contemporary and traditional medicinal treatments.
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Spinal Surgery
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Spinal Surgery is not an initial treatment for back pain, however there are few emergencies that may require surgical treatment. If the pain has not diminishes after months of non surgical treatment, if the pain does not respond to medical or if you are unable to complete basic daily activities.

Improper body mechanics, trauma, structural abnormalities can injure your spine leading to back pain & other symptoms such as leg pain, numbness & weakness. In the vast majority of patients, spine surgery is only considered after a long course of conservative therapy. 

Conditions:
 Herniated disc
 Spinal stenosis
 Bulging disc
 Foraminal stenosis
 Degenerative disc disease
 Facet joint disease 

Common Surgical Procedure:
 Discectomy
 Laminotomy
 Disc replacement
 Laminectomy
 Foraminotomy
 Spinal fusion
 Spinal instrumentationThe discs lie between the end surfaces of the bony blocks (vertebrae) that make up the spine. They have a soft jelly like centre which is surrounded by a tough outer ring. The intervertebral discs act as shock absorbers and also permit movement of the spine. The nerves which run from the brain to the arms and the legs lie within the spinal canal and pass very close to the back of the discs.

Sometimes due to an increase in pressure on the disc, a tear in the tough outer ring can result and the soft centre may slip out (prolapsed) pressing on a nerve. This commonly occurs in the lower back (lumbar) but may also occur in the neck (cervical).

Once a prolapsed occurs resulting in pressure on a nerve, pain is felt shooting down the arm or the leg (sciatica). Pins and needles are often felt in the foot, toes or in the hands and weakness of the muscles served by the nerve may also occur. Rarely, a large prolapsed will press on nerves to the bladder leading to loss of control over the bladder. 

Surgery is carried out to relieve persisting pain in the arms or legs. It is not generally used for back or buttock pain, or local discomfort in the neck. When the patient is unable to pass urine, or if muscle weakness is increasing rapidly, then immediate surgery is necessary.

Nowadays, a minimally invasive technique of disc surgery (microdiscectomy) is performed to relieve the symptoms. In a microdiscectomy or a micro decompression spine surgery, a small portion of the tissue over the nerve root and/or disc material from under the nerve root is removed to relieve neural impingement and provide more room for the nerve to heal.

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Paediatrics Orthopaedics
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Children may not be able to verbalize specifics regarding their pain. Possible signs of an orthopedic problem include limping or walking abnormally, refusing to bear weight, complaining of persistent pain, dragging a foot, foot paining, back pain, asymmetry of shoulders or pain that prevents a child from sleeping at night.

Our Hospital complex pediatric problems are treated such as brittle bone disease, metabolic bone disease and early onset scoliosis as well as more common pediatric conditions are:

 Back Pain
 Club Foot
 CP
 Fractures 
 Growth Injuries 
 Kyphosis 
 Limping
 Hip Dislocate 
 Hip Dysplasia 
 Spina Bifia 

Spinal Deformity Perth’s Disease Leg Length Discrepancy Bells Palsy From Bracing (conservatively) and surgical options to physical therapy & occupational therapy, hospital offers comprehensive treatment option for pediatric orthopedic condition.

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Trauma Fracture Surgery
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A fracture is an injury to a bone when the tissue of the bone is broken. There are many types of fractures. That's because a fracture is named by the bone involved the part of the bone, and the description of the break. A complete fracture is a bone break that completely severs the bone across its width. When you hear about a complex fracture that means that the soft tissue around the bone is extremely damaged. A fragment fracture results in many broken bone pieces. When the end of a broken bone tears through the skin, we have what you call a compound or open fracture. 

When a simple fracture occurs, the bone does not break the skin. Then we have the multiple fractures. A multiple fracture refers to a break in which there is several fracture lines in the bone. A multiple fracture may also mean a fracture of several bones at one time or from the same injury. There are first aid kits that are available that contain splints, aspirin, tape, gauze, and other bandages. Though you should probably try not to move the broken area at all. If you do have to move around, move yourself or the victim as little as possible. Moving may cause greater damage to the bone or body. Knowledge of first aid is a great idea. There aren't many things to remember to keep the patient comfortable until the patient is treated by medically trained personnel.

Mundra hospital Orthopedic Trauma & Fracture care covers the spectrum of simple isolated fracture to secure life threatening accidents with multiple broken bone & additionally problem with healing including non unions infection (osteomyelites) & healing with poor alignment.

Orthopedic trauma conditions include fracture & dislocates as well as soft tissue injuries caused by traumatic events, common orthopedic traumatic injuries include femoral & tibial shaft fracture Acetabular & pelvic fracture, spine & Spinal Code Injuries, hand & UE injuries, Foot & Ankle Injuries.

Polytraumatized patients are those individuals with numerous skeletal & other primary organ system injuries usually called by high energy traumatic event.

We co-ordinate the orthopedic portion of the patients care with other subspecialties in order to optimize the clinical outcome.

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Trauma Fracture Surgery
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A fracture is an injury to a bone when the tissue of the bone is broken. There are many types of fractures. That's because a fracture is named by the bone involved the part of the bone, and the description of the break. A complete fracture is a bone break that completely severs the bone across its width. When you hear about a complex fracture that means that the soft tissue around the bone is extremely damaged. A fragment fracture results in many broken bone pieces. When the end of a broken bone tears through the skin, we have what you call a compound or open fracture. 

When a simple fracture occurs, the bone does not break the skin. Then we have the multiple fractures. A multiple fracture refers to a break in which there is several fracture lines in the bone. A multiple fracture may also mean a fracture of several bones at one time or from the same injury. There are first aid kits that are available that contain splints, aspirin, tape, gauze, and other bandages. Though you should probably try not to move the broken area at all. If you do have to move around, move yourself or the victim as little as possible. Moving may cause greater damage to the bone or body. Knowledge of first aid is a great idea. There aren't many things to remember to keep the patient comfortable until the patient is treated by medically trained personnel.

Mundra hospital Orthopedic Trauma & Fracture care covers the spectrum of simple isolated fracture to secure life threatening accidents with multiple broken bone & additionally problem with healing including non unions infection (osteomyelites) & healing with poor alignment.

Orthopedic trauma conditions include fracture & dislocates as well as soft tissue injuries caused by traumatic events, common orthopedic traumatic injuries include femoral & tibial shaft fracture Acetabular & pelvic fracture, spine & Spinal Code Injuries, hand & UE injuries, Foot & Ankle Injuries.

Polytraumatized patients are those individuals with numerous skeletal & other primary organ system injuries usually called by high energy traumatic event.

We co-ordinate the orthopedic portion of the patients care with other subspecialties in order to optimize the clinical outcome.

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Joint Replacement Surgeries
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Total joint replacement involves surgery to replace the ends of both bones in a damaged joint to create new joint surfaces. 

Total hip replacement surgery uses metal, ceramic, or plastic parts to replace the ball at the upper end of the thighbone (femur) and resurface the hip socket in the pelvic bone.

Total hip replacement surgery replaces damaged cartilage with new joint material in a step-by-step process.


Doctors may attach replacement joints to the bones with or without cement.

  Cemented joints are attached to the existing bone with cement, which acts as a glue and attaches the artificial joint to the bone.
  Uncommented joints are attached using a porous coating that is designed to allow the bone to adhere to the artificial joint. Over time, new bone grows and fills up the openings in the porous coating, attaching the joint to the bone.
Joint replacement surgery is removing a damaged joint & putting in a new one. Sometimes whole joint is not remove but only damage part of bone will replace or fix (partial joint replacement).

Doctors may suggest a joint replacement to improve how you live, replacing a joint can relieve pain & help you move & feel better.

Joint can be damaged by arthritis and other disease, injuries or other causes. Arthritis or simply years of use may cause the joint to wear away. This can cause pain stiffness & swelling. Bones are alive and they need blood to be healthy, grow & repair themselves. Disease & damage inside a joint can limit blood flow causing problems.

In such cases joint replacement surgery are found best to improve movement & flexibility.

In Joint replacement a new joint called a prosthesis, which is made up of plastic metal or both. It May be cemented into place or not cemented. So that your bone will grow into it. Both methods may combine to keep the new joint in place.

A cemented joint is used more often in older people, who do not move around as much and in people with weak bone. An un-cemented joint is often recommended for youngest, more active people & those with good bone quality.

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Physiotherapy Service
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Physiotherapy is a holistic approach to the prevention, assessment and therapeutic management of disorders of movement or optimization of function by the use of physical intervention and (or) electro-physical agent with exercises prescription with a framework of empowerment of the individual care, care of the community through education. Physiotherapy department provide service to all patients admitted to mundra hospital as well as out patients and covers conditions:

Musculoskeletal Conditions:
  • Arthritis (hip, knee, shoulder, Rheumatoid arthritis etc).
  • Sports injury.
  • Back pain & neck pain.
  • Congenital club foot.
  • Congenital hip dislocation.
  • Post fracture & joint stiffness.
  • Torticolis.
  • Amputation.
  • Frozen shoulder.
  • Planter fasciitis.
  • Osteoporosis.

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Mundra Hospital And Orthpaedic CentrePhase II ,Mangla Chouk Bilaspur CG, Opp Sent Pallotti School, Ganga Nagar, Bilaspur-495001, Himachal Pradesh, India

Akshay Agrawal (Manager)

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