Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, launches OPD Clinic at Saroj Super Specialty Hospital


Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC), New Delhi, has recently launched an OPD Clinic at the premises of Saroj Super Specialty Hospital. The clinic will provide specialized care for people who do not require overnight hospital care immediately. The clinic will offer a wide range of orthopedic treatment services along with basic minor tests and surgical procedures. With the launch of this clinic, ISIC has become one of the few institutions in the region to offer a customized out-patient clinic. Indian-Spinal-Injuries-Centre

“Spinal and orthopedic problems are common among all age groups these days. Considering this, when there is a suspected traumatic or repetitive motion injury to a bone, joint, tendon or nerve, a specialist doctor is on call for consultation and treatment.  Our clinic will have mechanisms to diagnose rheumatic diseases or arthritis as well, common amongst women. However, our primary focus will be to help those with spine injuries, foot and ankle injuries, sports injuries, shoulder issues and pediatric ortho problems. The clinic possesses high-end equipment and state-of-the-art infrastructure delivered by an eminent pool of internationally acclaimed orthopedicians and clinical consultants for unmatched clinical outcomes,” Dr. H.S.Chhabra, Medical Director & Chief of Spine Services, Indian Spinal Injury Centre, Delhi

Studies reveal that 15% of the Indian population suffers from joint problems. “Our constant belief has been that each patient deserves to receive medical attention with dignity. Sports injuries or joint pains may not be serious enough to require a visit to an emergency room, but they do need immediate attention. This new facility will facilitate our 360-degree effort in promoting the best orthopedic care at a reasonable cost.” said Dr. H.S.Chhabra

The two hospitals share a common ethos of patient-centric care and have built a reputation of trust. Both hospitals are NABH-accredited and believe in the fundamentals of safe tertiary care, providing patients with the most experienced doctors and support staff, as well as the most advanced equipment and facilities.

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