Dr. Rahul Chaudhari - Spine Surgeon in PCMC
Dr. Rahul Chaudhary, MS in Orthopaedic Surgery, is the head of department of orthopaedic and spine/scoliotic surgery. Further, he has completed fellowship in clinical paediatric orthopaedic/ scoliosis and clinical spine. We offer complete care of the spine, including both nonsurgical and surgical treatments.
Back pain is one of the most common affliction of humans. Inappropriate body posture is the main cause of back pain. It is also caused by infection in spine, spinal trauma and spinal deformities. Non-operative measures are capable of treating many of the spinal problems, while surgical intervention is needed for some. 7 Orange Multi-specialty Hospital have a well-equipped advanced department for spine surgery, headed by Dr. Rahul Chaudhari who is Expert Spine Surgeon.
He, along with the team, treats all spine conditions by offering the most appropriate surgical approaches. He combines experience, expertise and innovation to get the best results. The Department of Spine Surgery at 7 Orange Hospital is dedicated to provide best surgical and medical care for problems related to spine.
The team treats the patient’s psychology as well along with the anatomical and physiological problems as we are equipped with the best of equipment, infrastructure and services to diagnose and treat, as well as rehabilitate spine patients. Some of the latest techniques including minimally invasive and robotic surgeries are done at our hospital.
We ensure optimum post-operative care for the patients. Further balance and conditioning of the patient’s spine is taken care by the specialized physical therapy and infrastructure.
The super-specialty of this department is scoliotic surgery.
The modern instrumentation systems involves application of hooks and screws to the spine for anchoring long rods which are used to hold the spine while bone that is added fuses together with existing bone.
Fusing of the bone does not allow the spine to move and therefore the curve cannot progress. In some cases the rod is removed if it causes irritation to the soft tissue around the spine.