Departments

A list of all our Departments

Medicine

Internal medicine department of Pratik hospital provides a logical and holistic approach to the management of various disorders like diabetes, cardiac,obesity, high blood pressure and vascular diseases. In addition, this department also plays a pivotal role in providing by optimal utilization of all medical and surgical super specialities .
Also a complete range of lab services round the cloud supports the unit. It also takes care of immunocompromised (HIV).

Surgery

The department comprises of specialised units, with high definition laparoscopic instruments and provides a wide variety of open and laparoscopic procedures for abdominal surgeries related to gallbladder, appendix, spleen and intestines.
Various types of hernias inguinal, femoral, umbilical, incisional and hiatus etc and emergency trauma management surgeries of salivary glands, thyroid, adrenals, breast, undescended testis, hydrocele varicocele, varicose veins. Anorectal disorders like rectal prolapse, piles, fistula, fissure and perianal abscess are also routinely performed.

Gynaecology

The department offers laparoscopic surgery for removal of tumors and cysts through keyhole incision including high end surgical solutions for complex disorders like double uterus, fibroids and adhesions super-specialities in the field of laparoscopic gynaecology and foetal medicine routinely perform intrauterine foetal procedure.

Physio Theraphy

If you’ve had knee replacement surgery, chances are very high that you’ll feel far less pain and can move around much better than before. Physical therapy also called physiotherapy is an important part of that recovery. Listed are some exercise that might help:

  1. Quad sets
  2. Hamstring sets
  3. Straight leg raise
  4. Bridging
  5. Knee extension
  6. Heel raises
  7. Butt kicks

ICU

Intensive care units (ICUs)

Intensive care refers to the specialized treatment given to patients who are acutely unwell and require critical medical care. An intensive care unit (ICU) provides critical care and life support for acutely ill and injured patients.

Who is cared for in ICU? 

Patients may have a planned admission following surgery, an unexpected admission after an accident or be admitted because of a sudden and critical deterioration to their health.

ICU teams are multi-disciplinary, made up of highly skilled intensive care nurses, doctors, and specialists trained in providing critical care for patients with a variety of medical, surgical and trauma conditions.