Joint Replacements


Dr. Shine Ashokan uses the latest techniques in Hip replacements including a minimally invasive technique that allows selected patients have smaller incisions and an earlier return to activity after their surgery.

Dr. Shine Ashokan uses the latest techniques in Hip replacements including a minimally invasive technique that allows selected patients have smaller incisions and an earlier return to activity after their surgery.

He uses the Corail Hip System which is one of the most advanced and popular implants currently in use in Europe and USA

He trained with Mr. Stephen Young at Warwick Hospital, a Senior and accomplished Arthroplasty Surgeon dealing with Primary and Revision Hip replacements. Mr Young is a Core Member of the Corail Group based in France and has co-authored the book on Hip Arthroplasty `The Corail Hip System?. Excellent survivorship results and patient satisfaction have been reported in most Joint Registries and various publications.

Dr. Shine Ashokan uses the the DePuy PFC Sigma or Atune system and the Journey 2 System from Smith & Nephew both of which have an excellent track record World-wide.

Unicompartmental Knee Replacements or Partial/Half Knee Replacements are ideally suited for a select group of patients with isolated medial or lateral compartment Osteoarthritis of their knees. Excellent patient satisfaction and outcomes in these patient groups have been reported. Dr. Shine Ashokan uses the Oxford Knee replacement system for performing Unicompartmental Knee arthroplasty with excellent results and outcomes.



Shoulder replacements are the ideal treatment of choice in patients with very specific conditions.
Dr Shine Ashokan performs Shoulder replacements surgeries in such patients with excellent ourcomes and patient satisfaction.

Joint Replacement

  • Hip Replacements
  • Knee Replacements
  • shoulders Replacements

Sports Medicine

  • Knee Arthroscopy
  • ACL Reconstruction

Upper Limb Surgery

  • Shoulder Arthroscopy
  • Day Case Surgical Procedures in upper limb

Foot & Ankle

  • Forefoot & midfoot disorders
  • Bunions, hummerteos, neuromas
  • Sports injuries and disorders
  • posterior Tibil tendon chronic tears
  • Ankle and subtalar arthritis

Trauma Surgery

Fractures occur when there is a crack or break in the bone. A certain amount of force is required to cause the bone to break. Most often skeletal injuries are seen following road traffic accidents, falls from heights and sports related injuries.

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