Patna, 16 August: Doctors at Paras HMRI Hospital Patna have experienced an increase in the ligament surgeries. The same is being sought after by sports players and accident victims. Paras Hospital Patna is the leading orthopedic hospital of the region and is highlighted as the best hospital for joint replacement, ligament surgery and ortho related trauma surgery. Recently the team of orthopedic surgeons operated upon two footballers for ligament surgery. The successful operation helped them get back to the game and play football again. Both the surgeries were done by ligament surgery specialist Dr Arvind Prasad Gupta.
According to reports, the captain of the Bihar State Football Team Mohammad Nadir Parwez was unable to play football as his knee ligament was torn. He came to Paras HMRI Hospital Patna for ligament surgery and he is now fit to play football.
Nadir plays for Raj Milk in the football league and has represented Bihar in the national championship held in 2009, 2012 and 2014. He has played both in junior and senior teams.
After successful surgery of his knee ligament Nadir was able to win Ejaz Hussain Club for his team.
The second player who underwent surgery at Paras HMRI Hospital Patna was Nasa Choudhary. Choudhary who hails from Araria district of Bihar and was unable to play football for the last ten years as his knee ligament was torn.
Dr Gupta who performed both the surgeries shared, “Numerous players suffer from sports related injuries and the same affects their daily life. They either ignore or do not take specialized treatment for the same, making them unable to resume their sports activities. Moreover ligaments are the most susceptible in sports injuries. Paras HMRI Hospital Patna has a leading centre for orthopedic treatments and sports injuries including ligament surgery. At Paras we also use the latest technology of telescopic method for ligament surgeries.”
The success rates of the surgeries and other sports injuries treatment has been promising. Numerous state level and national level players have gone for ligament surgeries at this hospital and are now fit to play their games.