Free Opinion by
Dr. Naman Goel



Orthopedics, the branch of medicine dedicated to the musculoskeletal system, has seen remarkable advancements with the integration of biologics. These therapies, often derived from living organisms, are changing the way orthopedic conditions are treated.
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP):

PRP is prepared from a patient’s own blood and contains a concentrated amount of platelets. When injected into an injured area, it promotes healing and reduces inflammation, making it a valuable tool in treating conditions like tendonitis and osteoarthritis.

  • Stem Cell Therapy:

Stem cells have the unique ability to transform into various cell types. In orthopedics, stem cell therapy is used to repair damaged tissues, such as cartilage or bone. This holds promise for the treatment of conditions like knee osteoarthritis.

  • Hyaluronic Acid Injections:

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the body that lubricates and cushions joints. Injections of hyaluronic acid can alleviate pain and improve joint function for individuals with osteoarthritis.

  • Biologic Implants:

Advanced biologic materials, such as demineralized bone matrix or synthetic bone grafts, are used in orthopedic surgeries to facilitate bone healing and fusion. They provide structural support and can accelerate the recovery process.

  • Cartilage Repair:

Biologics play a crucial role in cartilage repair procedures. Autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) and matrix-induced autologous chondrocyte implantation (MACI) involve the use of a patient’s own cartilage cells to repair damaged joint surfaces.

  • Osteoporosis Medications:

Biologic medications like denosumab are used to treat osteoporosis by inhibiting bone resorption and increasing bone density, reducing the risk of fractures.

  • Minimally Invasive Surgery:

Biologics have opened the door to minimally invasive surgical techniques, where smaller incisions and reduced tissue damage lead to faster recovery times and less post-operative pain.

  • Customized Treatment:

Biologics allow for a personalized approach to treatment. Physicians can tailor therapies to a patient’s specific condition and needs, increasing the likelihood of a successful outcome.

  • Pain Management:

Biologics can also be used in pain management for chronic orthopedic conditions. Nerve blocks and radiofrequency ablation are among the options that offer relief.

2022-current : Accord Superspecialty Hospital, Greater Faridabad
2021-2022 : Metro heart Institute Faridabad
2020-2021 : QRG Health city hospital
2018-2021 : Sports Injury Center, New Delhi