Dr. Sai Krishna having an experience of 18 years as Ortho Specialist in Bangalore having a special interest in Advance Arthroscopic Surgery, Sports Injuries, Joint replacement and Complex Trauma.
Dr. Sai Krishna B Naidu is one of the best Orthopedic Doctor in Bangalore, has made himself a name as Ortho Specialist in PRP Therapy, Joint Replacement, All Inside ACL Technique, Sports Injuries and more.
Dr. Sai Krishna B Naidu completed his training in India at JJM Medical college from Kuvempu University in 2000. Pursuing further orthopaedics speciality training he has gained vast experience in UK and USA.
Further being awarded MRCS in 2008 followed by Diploma SICOT European board for trauma, which is recognised in various parts of the world including Africa and Middle Eastern countries. With his extensive research, publication and international presentations to his name.
He has been awarded FRCS Ortho by Royal college of surgeons. UK. He was also awarded MCh (Ortho) from Anglia Rushkin University, Cambridge, UK.
Specialized in sports medicine and treatment of Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle conditions. He uses the latest medical technology with the state of art medical facility to provide his patients the best possible outcome….
Knee is largest joint in our body and one of the most easily injured joints. It is made up of bone, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.
Hip joint is formed between the femur and it is a ball and socket joint and they are 3 bones meeting and forming pelvis
Ankle, The region where the foot and the leg meet. It includes three joints, theses joint helps in movement of the foot..
Elbow, A hinged joint formed between humorous, ulna and radius. Elbow joint bones have a cover at their ends which is called cartilage,
The new arthroscopically-assisted technique is performed by placing the ACL Graft in bone sockets in the knee joint, which allows the orthopaedic surgeon to avoid the drilling long bone tunnels.
Joint Replacement is a surgical procedure in which parts of an arthritic or damaged joint are removed and replaced with a metal, plastic or ceramic device called a prosthesis.
PRP is a relatively low-pain, low-risk procedure that uses your own blood to stimulate growth in injured tissues. PRP may be an effective treatment in managing pain associated with Knee Osteoarthritis
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