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Dr. Hitesh Kubadia
Dr. Hitesh Kubadia M.S. (Orth)

Fellowship in Joint Replacement Surgeries (Austria and Australia)

Minimally invasive Joint Replacement and Partial Knee Replacement Surgeon

Dr. Hitesh Kubadia is an accomplished Orthopaedic and a Joint Replacement Surgeon. Today, he is among one of the best joint replacement surgeons in Mumbai. He has immense experience and expertise in Hip, Knee, and Shoulder Repair and Replacement Surgeries. He is a highly skilled orthopaedic surgeon in Mumbai with proficiency in all kinds of adult fracture surgeries.

Dr. Kubadia finished his MS (Orth) in 2002, where he topped the university. He holds multiple fellowships in joint replacement surgeries. During his fellowship at ICOE (International Centre of Orthopaedic Education), Austria, he trained to perfect the art of getting alignments correct without using computer navigation. Here, he mastered Routine, Minimally Invasive, and Revision (Hip, Knee, Shoulder) surgeries that form the complete gamut of Joint Replacement Surgeries. During his next fellowship in Australia, Dr. Kubadia learned how to use fourth Generation Computer Navigations.

Dr. Hitesh Kubadia is also the first surgeon in Mumbai to do a Lateral Compartment Partial Knee Replacement. Today he is ranked among Mumbai’s leading orthopaedic surgeons, who offer surgery in Total and Partial Knee Replacement using Minimally Invasive Muscle Sparing Techniques (without violating the quadriceps mechanism) with no compromise on alignment and balance.

In 2015, he set up his clinic in the heart of Mumbai city at Dadar. The HKS Clinic (Hip, Knee and Shoulder Clinic) is a state-of-the-art facility for orthopaedic care.

He is attached to premier healthcare institutes in the city of Mumbai, viz. Hinduja Healthcare-Khar, SL Raheja (Fortis Associate)-Mahim, Wockhardt Hospitals-Mumbai Central, Global Hospitals-Parel and Apollo Spectra Hospitals-Chembur & Tardeo.

For the Best Orthopaedic Treatment, visit us today or schedule a prior appointment with Dr. Hitesh Kubadia.

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Our aim is to provide specialist care by drawing from the 18+ years of experience

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Recent Blog
Are Pain Killers Long Term Alternative To A Knee Replacement Surgery?
By : Dr. Hitesh Kubadia

Performing a surgery always comes to a step after non-surgical interventions are tried. But for How Long? When to Say Enough? I Would like to share the experience of one such patient who came to me with complaints of knee pain since 7 years with difficulty in walking, climbing stairs, and even getting in and out of the car and thus hampering his activities of daily living. After a thorough examination and seeing the x-rays, I realized the knees had worn out beyond a point and the patient would benefit only with a Total Knee Replacement. Hence, I advised the patient to strongly think about it. But he being scared and not very comfortable with the idea of going under the knife, he tried to pull on with non-surgical treatment, and the majority of it was with pain killers. Over time his requirement of these painkillers only grew.

Am I Too Young For A Knee Replacement Surgery?
By : Dr. Hitesh Kubadia

Knee Replacement surgery is a surgery performed for disabling arthritis of the knee joint. When the pain from knee arthritis starts hampering a person’s day-to-day life, and non-surgical methods fail to give lasting relief, it is the best time to consider the surgical option of either a partial or a total knee replacement. Although it is generally preferred to undergo surgery after the age of 55-60 years, there is no ideal age. The goal of performing a knee replacement is to reduce pain, improve one's quality of life and maintain fitness. There is one main concern of performing a Total Knee Replacement in younger patients, is that over time, the replaced knee can wear off and a revision surgery could be required. One of the factors that determine the longevity of the implant is the use and loading of the joint.

It Is Not Always A Frozen Shoulder !
By : Dr. Hitesh Kubadia

You have pain in the shoulder region and difficulty in movements at the shoulder joint, more often than not, it is labeled as a ‘Frozen Shoulder’. It could definitely be a frozen shoulder, but not always.The shoulder pain could be because of many reasons. Our Shoulder joint is made up of three bones viz, Humerus, Scapula and Clavicle. A combination of muscles, tendons and ligaments work in tandem for the smooth functioning of the shoulder joint. With so many bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments involved, the cause of the shoulder pain and immobility could differ.

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