Common Specialities
Common Issues
Common Treatments
Axis Orthopedic Hospital, Mumbai

Axis Orthopedic Hospital

  4.4  (20 ratings)

Orthopaedic Clinic

Sai Dwar, Vastu Lane, Opposite Indigo Delicatessen, Oberoi Raviraj Complex, Lokhandwala Mumbai
1 Doctor · ₹1000 · 1 Reviews
Book Appointment
Call Clinic
Axis Orthopedic Hospital   4.4  (20 ratings) Orthopaedic Clinic Sai Dwar, Vastu Lane, Opposite Indigo Delicatessen, Oberoi Raviraj Complex, Lokhandwala Mumbai
1 Doctor · ₹1000 · 1 Reviews
Book Appointment
Call Clinic
Report Issue
Get Help


It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you ......more
It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.
More about Axis Orthopedic Hospital
Axis Orthopedic Hospital is known for housing experienced Orthopedists. Dr. Umesh Shetty, a well-reputed Orthopedist, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Orthopedists recommended by 43 patients.


09:00 AM - 09:00 PM


Sai Dwar, Vastu Lane, Opposite Indigo Delicatessen, Oberoi Raviraj Complex, Lokhandwala
Andheri West Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400053
Get Directions

Photos (9)

Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 1
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 2
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 3
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 4
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 5
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 6
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 7
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 8
Axis Orthopedic Hospital Image 9
View All Photos

Doctor in Axis Orthopedic Hospital

Dr. Umesh Shetty

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
87%  (20 ratings)
28 Years experience
1000 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today
View All
View All


View All Services

Submit Feedback

Submit a review for Axis Orthopedic Hospital

Your feedback matters!
Write a Review

Patient Review Highlights

"Well-reasoned" 1 review "knowledgeable" 1 review "Very helpful" 1 review


All Reviews
View More
View All Reviews


Sports Injuries

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Sports Injuries

Who does not like to play sports? We all do right. Playing  sports makes us more alert, makes us physically active and super cool. Sports involves lot of physical activity and thus is highly prone area for injuries. Sports injuries varies from one sport to other sport. Excessive swelling can affect the motion and interrupt the natural healing process. Some common injuries may take several months to heal, even after good treatment. If the injury is severe, the entire muscle including tendon and ligament is torn away you may need an urgent surgery. We have the best orthopedic surgeon  and medical experts  in AXIS Hospital where you can get rid of your pain.

Some of the common injuries which occurs while playing sports can be sprains and strains, knee injuries, pain along the sheen bone, fractures some times multiple, swollen muscles, tendon or ligament injuries and sometimes may also cause dislocations specially ball-socket (Knee, Hip and Shoulder Joints) and many more injuries which may need orthopedic treatments. Injuries are those which we cannot avoid, we only have to cure it. Some injuries take longer time to heal like fractures or knee injuries. Knee Injuries may also need knee replacement surgery and quick medical consultation so that the treatment starts quickly and hence can expect faster recovery.

Swelling is the normal response to all such kind of injuries.  If you are  injured you  must take care, so that you will  heal quickly. You should protect yourself from getting injured in future. Complete rest should be taken and all the physical activities must be restricted. Ice treatment is the most beneficial treatment, as it slows the inflammation and swelling after the injury, ice packs also helps in numbing the sore tissues.  It also reduce the nerve impulses in the area. Ice packs  also decrease the tissue damage. Compression with elastic bandage will help reduce swelling. You should also see that one elevate the injured area. Elevating the injured area above the heart level  will also lessen the swelling. Injuries have to be treated well so that you can play your favorite sport again with a bang!

In day to day life no one has enough time to look after the injuries. We cannot stop them we can definitely  avoid them . Listed below are the few steps we can take:

  • Do your warm-up exercises (any people avoid)
  • Run on the grounds, avoid tar roads.
  • Run on the flat surfaces .
  • Do your stretches before and after your activity.
  • While jumping, make sure you land up keeping your knees bend.
  • Check your physical health before playing.
  • Avoid overdoing it .
  • Be mentally happy.



How Long Does It Take To Recover From Knee Replacement?

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
How Long Does It Take To Recover From Knee Replacement?

Most patients undergoing ‘Total Knee Replacement’ surgery want to know when they will be able to resume their normal lives and routines. Orthopedic Surgeons claim that normally people take three to six months to completely recover post surgery.

  • Recovery is an aspect that is completely  different and varies from person to person depending on his or her body structure, immune system, mental health and even attitude towards life. Knee Replacement Surgery is a life changing experience where one’s body undergoes extreme changes because one of the important and sensitive  organ gets replaced.
  • There are two types of recovery phases which are either short-term or long-term. Short-term recovery requires the patient to walk with minimal aid or no aid and to give up major pain medications in favour of over-the-counter pain relief. This occurs within twelve weeks post surgery. Long-term recovery is what patients normally ask about returning to work and resuming normal life activities. An Orthopedic expert will suggest the recovery measures. Many small or large issues can crop up during a recovery from a small pimple near the wound to a terrific pain.
  • As one person is different from others, the recovery will also vary accordingly. Usually, doctors make a patient stand on his or her feet within 24 hours post surgery. Walking with a frame or crutches is suggested and encouraged. Most people are able to walk independently with sticks, a week after the surgery but this can vary depending on the individual.
  • When the patient is in hospital, physiotherapist teaches him exercises to strengthen the knee and such a patient must perform these exercises for a month or two as the orthopedic surgeon suggests. Post surgery, one can find discomfort in walking or exercising and can even experience swelling. In that case, passive motion machine can give relief by relieving pain.
  • Such a patient can stop using crutches or walking frame about 5 to 6 weeks after the surgery. Even after his or her bones have recovered, it is best to avoid extreme movements where there is a risk of falling or receiving injuries. One can resume driving when he or she can bend the knee smoothly without any discomfort and when one can get  in and out of a car and control the car properly . This is usually around four to six weeks post surgery, but one has to check with physiotherapist or orthopedic  doctor whether it is safe to drive.
  • For three months, one should be able to manage light chores, such as dusting and washing up. Such a patient should avoid heavy household tasks like vacuuming and changing the beds. One should not stand for long periods as it may be painful and may also cause ankle swelling and avoid stretching up or bending down for the first six weeks.
  • A patient who has undergone Knee Replacement surgery can continue to take  prescribed painkillers or anti-inflammatory medications  to help manage any pain and swelling on the operated areas or even on the toes. One can avoid twisting the knee  and take help of supportive shoes while walking and doing any physical activities. Sitting legs crossed can increase the pain around the knee so one can avoid such sitting posture. For couple of months after knee surgery, one can keep leg escalated and can use ice packs whenever needed.

Foods For Bone Health

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Foods For Bone Health

Calcium is the most important and abundantly found mineral in our body. It is stored in the bones and the teeth. Though our body needs lot of calcium, many of us are not eating enough calcium-rich foods. Calcium is needed not only for  bones, teeth and good health but also for our blood clotting, optimal nerve transmission, hormonal secretion and muscle contradiction. This is easily possibly by bone calcium, which is also known as a storage area, that releases calcium into the blood stream when needed. Blood calcium plays a critical role in balancing body’s acid/alkaline and pH (potential of Hydrogen). The body borrows calcium from the bones when need arises.

  • Calcium is used to create new  bones and maintain the strength of the bones. It is also used to control breast cancer and reduce PMS symptoms while helping in weight loss. Calcium is found to be deficient in postmenopausal women and milk intake is quite essential for them. Each day, we lose calcium in the form of skin, nails, hair, sweat, urine and cannot produce it. That is why it is necessary to outsource calcium.
  • The symptoms of Calcium deficiency symptoms are Osteopenia or Osteoporosis, tooth decay, muscle tension and high blood pressure.
  • Magnesium, Vitamin D and K are needed to absorb calcium in the body. Complex food-based supplements are preferred to isolated calcium supplements to meet our calcium needs. Generally men require 1000 milligrams of calcium per day and women need 1200 milligrams per day.
  • Products in which calcium are found in abundant are raw milk, sardines, yogurt, kale,  broccoli, water crush, beans  and lentils, figs, edamame and tofu, cheese, okra, almonds, custard apple. Calcium is also found in green vegetables and raw dairy products.
  • Supplements for calcium include Citracal Calcium +D3 Slow Release, Kirkland Signature Calcium Citrate Magnesium and Zinc, Bluebonnet Calcium Citrate and Vitamin D3,  GNC Calcium Plus 1000, New Chapter Bone Strength CalciumNature Made Calcium with Vitamin D, Swanson Calcium Citrate and Vitamin D, Calcium Magnesium with VitaminRainbow Light Calcium Citrate Mini-tabletsSolaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc
  • While taking calcium supplements, please choose brand supplements with high reliability, carefully read the product label and determine the amount of elemental calcium. You must take  calcium supplements mostly with food. Also, while trying a new supplement, take in smaller amount and try adequately and efficiently. Side effects of calcium supplements may occur such as constipation and gas problems.
  • Benefits of calcium are manifold. Our body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones. Heart muscles and nerves also require Calcium to function adequately. Study reveals that calcium along with vitamin D can have benefits beyond bone health, perhaps protecting against cancer,  diabetes and  blood pressure.
3 people found this helpful

Hamstring Injuries Care

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Hamstring Injuries Care

An hamstring is any of the five tendons behind a person’s knee. A hamstring muscle consists of three types of muscles of the semi trendiness, semi membranous and biceps femoris.
A hamstring injury is the tear of the tendons or the muscles at the back of the knee and thigh. During sprinting these muscles work extremely hard and it is then that the hamstring is likely to occur. There are three types of hamstring tears namely mild, partial and complete muscle tears these are also known as grade 1,  grade 2 and grade 3 respectively.


An hamstring tear occurs when there is a sudden enlargement or untimely stretch in the muscles that is beyond the limit. They also occur during aggressive moments like sprinting, running, stretching or jumping. They also occur during slow moments which over stretch your muscles.  The sudden jerking pulls may also lead to hamstring muscles and these are known ‘pulled hamstring’.


Mild hamstrings would not hurt much but the pulled hamstrings or grade 3 hamstring pain is unbearable and would make it impossible for a person to walk or even stand.

  • Sudden pain during warm ups and exercises.
  • Pain in the back of the thigh or even at the lower buttocks, when walking, straightening the legs, bending and even sitting.
  • Feeling of pain or soreness in the leg
  • Bruising, this is when there are purple-black color marks on the body even when the skin is not broken.


Most of the hamstring injuries can be cured using simple home techniques. Hamstring injuries cannot be cured in one day or two. It requires weeks or a month or two to recover depending on how severe the tear is. The initial treatment of hamstring tear will be cured in 4 easy steps. These steps are also known as RICE therapy.

  • R stands for rest, where the injured leg is required to be kept still for 2-3 days. In this stage, immense care has to be taken of the leg and in extreme cases the doctor may recommend using crutches.
  • I stands for ice. Apply ice cubes covered in towel or cloth on the injured area for 15 minutes and continue this procedure at an interval of 2-3 hours. Do not apply ice directly on the skin.
  • C stands for comprehension, which refers to bandaging the injured thigh or knee to avoid further damage or movement of the portion.
  • E stands for elevation, which means to rest your leg using a support such as a pillow. This is done to reduce swelling.
  • Apart from the above methods, regular painkillers like paracetamol will also work well. Certain creams and gels recommended by doctors can also ease pain.
  • Practice stretching and strengthening exercises as recommended by doctor and


Prevention :

  • As rightly said prevention is better than cure, a part of precaution is adequate warm up. Bicycling for 5 to 10 minutes will make a change. The muscles should adequately be warmed up before or prior to this type of exercise.
  • Stretching before exercises and sports should be controlled and geared up during playing sports.
  • Part of a good hamstring injury prevention is a regular and healthy amount of exercise. The more the muscles are strengthened, the more is the connective tissue strengthened. Resistance exercises are used to strengthen the masculinity, the strength of the muscles and also to increase the size of muscles.
  • The Nordic Hamstring exercise uses concentric and eccentric contradictions which improve the vertical jump, the strength and the amount of flexibility of a person. This is a very intense exercise and is to be practiced only under doctor’s supervision and guidance. To perform this exercise, follow the below instructions:
  1. Start kneeling with the hips and chest in the straight position.
  2. Have your trainer hold your heels to keep your feet in contact with the floor throughout the exercise.
  3. Slowly lower your body towards the floor using your hamstrings and touch the floor, let this step be as slow as possible.
  4. Once you are on the floor help yourself get up slowly using your hamstrings and come back to the vertical position.


Prevention Of Back Pain During Office Hours

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Prevention Of Back Pain During Office Hours

Many people work throughout the day on computers, thereby spending most of their time on the desktops, sitting for more than 10 hours at a stretch without doing any physical activity. There are many others who sit in buses, trains, planes and cars when they travel, spend time in restaurants  to eat food or a meal, sit at home to watch their favorite Television shows, thereby following a sedentary lifestyle by spending whole day in some place. Experts say that people who sit at one place to work eventually experience pain in lower back and neck region either due to poor chair design or because of  inappropriate sitting posture.

  • While we change from a standing posture to a sitting posture there are various anatomical changes that occur. Lumber spine changes its shape to adjust on what we choose to sit and how we sit. If we chose to sit on a flat surface, stool, bench, without any back support we hunch the body forward for support, often resting our arms on our legs to reduce fatigue. As we hunch ahead, the lower back curves outwards into a kyphotic shape. (The neck and lower back sections of the spine have a natural curve to them called Kyphotic). This is generally regarded as unhealthy and uncomfortable sitting posture if sustained for a longer time. So at the end of the day we have to sit and maintain the lumber spine in a posture called Lordosis (the thoracic spine has a natural curve going in the opposite direction and this is called lordotic.
  • To keep spine safe and healthy, one requires to make periodic changes in posture. A dynamic movement helps to increase circulation and reduce muscle fatigue. There is desirable range of movement that works for most of the people who live a sedentary lifestyle.  There are many factors that can affect your back at the workstation and this includes sitting posture, computer screen position, chair height, keyboard and mouse position and desk equipment layout.
  • One should be active even if he or she is a sedentary worker. The longer one is immobile, the weaker his or her back muscles will become, and the more they will hurt in the long term. For back pain that lasts more than six weeks, treatment typically involves a combination of painkillers and either acupuncture, exercise classes or manual therapy. Taking regular intervals between a long day struggle at office will help one maintain the pain and will keep the person active.
  • In addition to walk for a while in office, experts say that doing some simple stretches  can help the muscles to ease. Wrist extension and flexion by holding the top of your hand pushing it ahead  and pushing your fingers into your palm to push the hand back helps to stretch the ligaments and tendons in the forearm which tend to get tight and shortened after a day of computer work. Hamstring stretches such as bending down to touch toes can help alleviate back pain. The biggest culprit in lower back issues is the hamstrings so you want to stretch the hamstrings to lessen the stress on the lower back. Stretching can help one’s blood flow in the right direction.
  • Lumbar support and seat pads may help relieve lower back pain, but experts say  the tendency  with these aids is still to lean forward causing unwanted stress on the spine. Instead, they recommend  a kneeling chair that has a fixed seat with a 30 degree slope and padded support for the knees. Because of the angle, [the kneeling chair] forces you to sit up straight and maintains a neutral position of the spine. Kneeling chairs also allow hip flexors to lengthen and put less pressure on the lower back by preventing slouching. Stress affects everyone regardless of back pain, but stress does have a physical effect on the lower back itself.
  • Lower Back pain can be controlled by lessening the stress, improving sitting posture and also by following healthy food and life habits.

Vitamin D3 Deficiency Can Effect Bones

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Vitamin D3 Deficiency Can Effect Bones

During childhood we must have heard our mother asking us to sit under the sun for at least 15 minutes every morning to experience sun rays on the body. This sounds to be a dull and drab advise but it is certainly important for bone health. Vitamin D has to perform many important tasks in the body. It keeps bones strong by helping body absorb calcium and phosphorus and important key minerals for bone health.

  • Vitamin D is very commonly known as Sunshine Vitamin. It is available in food as well as in other dietary supplements. Vitamin D  has several important functions in a human body.  It helps in promoting calcium absorption,  maintaining normal phosphate and calcium levels, promotes cell and bone growth, reduces inflammation. Calcium and Vitamin D together can build stronger bones in women post menopause. It also helps with other disorders that cause weak bones, like rickets etc.
  • It is not possible to see the deficiency externally, but it could be seen internally in few ways such as the effected person may find difficulty in  thinking clearly, may go through bone pain, frequent fracture in bones, weakness in muscles, unexpected fatigue.
  • Many people don’t develop signs until their Vitamin D levels get tremendously low. There are several factors which contribute to the rising incidence of vitamin D deficiency in people today
  • and this includes wearing sunscreen, not spending much time under sun, having pigmentation on skin which restricts rays to go under skin, mothers who breastfeed infants for longer span of time, being obese which naturally increases Vitamin D requirements in them. Some people are born without the ability to process vitamin D from birth.
  • It is necessary to get Vitamin D3 in body either externally or internally. Food items like fatty fish like Salmon, tuna etc are considered to be the best source of Vitamin D. Cheese and egg yolks can also provide desired amount of Vitamin D3 in our body. As Vitamin D3 deficiency is difficult to dignose normally there are many conditions in which you can see this deficiency commonly which include someone who is above 50 years of age, someone who has kidney disorders or even someone who has darker skin color.
  • Eating correct is the only key to live healthy. Getting enough Vitamin D either through your diet or a supplement should be planned by women to prevent osteoporosis in future.
7 people found this helpful

I am a female age 40 years. I have ant crawl feeling in my right palm & numbness in the whole right hand along with right shoulder paining from last so many years, please tell me the medicines, I will be thankfull to you.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Mumbai
I am a female age 40 years. I have ant crawl feeling in my right palm & numbness in the whole right hand along with r...
Your most welcome I am glad to answer your question. The answer is your pain could be due to multi factorial reason which has to be short listed and then treated. As your complains have been since a very long time I would not recommend any medications here. Looking forward to personally see in person so that the cause can be treated and not just the symptoms. Have a great day.

I am 42 years old. Now, for more than 2 months knee pain in both legs. My weight 93 kg. Height 175 cm.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Hello. The answer to your question can be given very vaguely coz you have not specified your both legs starting and ending points of pain. Assuming it to be starting from knee. Then my friend you have landed ypurself in one of teh most common and easliy treatable disease. As per your age, I would highly recomend an x-ray before I make any comment so as to know extent of your bones involvement. And then see you so as to treat you. Hope I have solved your query to out most of my power. My best regards for your health and future. Do take good care. And do not let your pain to go away in your busy schedule.
1 person found this helpful
View All Feed

Near By Clinics