Dr Prince Gupta
MBBS, MS (Ortho), M.Ch (Ortho), Fellowship In Joint Replacement (Australia), Fellowship In Shoulder Surgery (UK)
Dr Prince Gupta is an experienced joint and spine surgeon practicing at GNH Hospital Gurgaon India. Dr Prince Gupta is highly qualified orthopaedic and spine surgeon with experience of more than 12 years. Dr Prince Gupta is especially trained in joint replacement surgeries that involve knee replacement, hip replacement, shoulder replacement and elbow replacement surgeries. Apart from joint surgeries.
Dr Anubhav Gulati
MBBS, MS (Ortho), MRCS (Edinburgh)
Joint Replacement Surgeon
Dr Anubhav Gulati is a well known orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeon having worked with various hospitals in Delhi, Gurgaon and abroad. Dr Gulati has an experience of more than 17 years as orthopaedic, trauma and joint replacement surgeon. He has been extensively trained in all joint replacement surgeries and trauma surgeries like nailing, plating, fixation, poly trauma, multiple fractures etc.
Dr Debashish Chanda
MBBS, MS (Ortho), Fellowship In Arthroplasty (Computer Navigation)
Joint Replacement Surgeon
Dr Debashish Chanda is an accomplished and trained orthopaedic surgeon. Dr Chanda specializes in elective orthopaedic surgeries like fracture fixation, complex fractures and trauma surgeries. Apart from orthoapedic surgery he is also trained in arthroscopic surgery for ACL / PCL tear, Meniscus tear, shouder and other small joint arthroscopy.
Dr Vikas Kathuria
MBBS, MS, M.Ch (Neurosurgery)
Spine & Brain Surgeon
He has specialization in performing spine surgeries for nerve decompression, disc replacement, fixation, fusion and spinal tumour surgeries. Dr Vikas Kathuria has an experiencee of more than 7 years as a neurosurgeon. Before joining GNH Hospital Dr Kathuria has worked with some of the best hospitals like Paras Hospital, Gurgaon and has been Asst Professor Neurosurgery at PGI Rohtak.
Disc Replacement Surgery
Sometimes a disc, the cushion that separates your vertebrae, can slip out of place, press on a spinal nerve, and cause back pain. In a discectomy, the surgeon removes all or part of the disk.
A surgeon removes the damaged spinal disc and inserts an artificial one between your vertebrae. After disc replacement surgery patient can bend or move their spine. Recovery time may be shorter than for a spinal fusion, too.
Endoscopic Spine Surgery
Minimally invasive spine surgery was developed to treat spine problems with less injury to the muscles and other normal structures in the spine. It also helps the surgeon to see only where the problem exists in the spine.
At Joint and Spine Institute our main goal is to restore or maintain our patients’ quality of life. We recommend the best team of spine surgeons, physical therapist and hospitals for various spine procedures in India.
Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive spine surgery used to treat a spinal compression fracture. Spinal compression fractures occur primarily in spinal vertebrae that have been weakened by osteoporosis. The goals of kyphoplasty are to reduce pain from the fracture, stabilize the vertebra, and restore the vertebra back to its normal height.
Laminectomy is a surgery to remove the lamina. Lamina is the flattened or arched part of the vertebral arch, forming the roof of the spinal canal; the posterior part of the spinal ring that covers the spinal cord or nerves. This is part of the bone that makes up a vertebra in the spine. Laminectomy may also be done to remove bone spurs in your spine. The procedure can take pressure off your spinal nerves or spinal cord.
Microdiscectomy is a Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. In a microdiscectomy or microdecompression spine surgery, a small portion of the bone 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.
Spinal Cord Injury Surgery
The spinal cord is a collection of nerves that travels from the bottom of the brain down your back. There are 31 pairs of nerves that leave the spinal cord and go to your arms, legs, chest and abdomen. These nerves allow your brain to give commands to your muscles and cause movements of your arms and legs.