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Welcome To Jain Bone, Joint & Skin Hospital

In 2014, Jain Bone, Joint & Skin Hospital was started by Dr. Pankaj Jain as a specialty centre for Orthopaedics & Trauma management with 15 beds. The purpose of inception of this hospital was to serve the surrounding areas with best ortho care. In our hospital we use the latest techniques to provide treatment for joint replacement and trauma cases and we also provide treatment of sports injuries by arthroscopy.We are the only orthopaedic hospital in our region. In year 2015, hospital started it’s skin and hair care department under the supervision of Dr. Savita Jain (MBBS,MD,PGDCD).

The overwhelming flow of the patients to the hospital has proved that the doctors & staff have worked selflessly & have won the confidence of the people. The hospital is functioning with a selfless commitment that produces excellent results for its patients which has been well recognized by the society.

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Dr. Pankaj Jain

Dr. Pankaj Jain is MBBS, MS (Orthopaedics) from DMC&H, Ludhiana

Dr. Pankaj Jain is MBBS, MS (Orthopaedics) from DMC&H, Ludhiana and he is having more than 10 years of experience. Dr. Pankaj Jain is on panel of State Bank of India also. He is a well-known ortho doctor in the region, best at joint replacement surgeries and treating trauma and spine problems.In 2014, Jain Bone, Joint & Skin Hospital was started by Dr. Pankaj Jain as a specialty centre for Orthopaedics & Trauma management with 15 beds.

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Orthopedic Department

What Is Orthopaedic Trauma?

The word trauma refers to an injury that is caused by some external force.

Orthopaedic Trauma is a term for various orthopaedic conditions which are developed due to chronic or traumatic injuries and require immediate medical help. An orthopaedic trauma injury is a result of a severe fall, a serious accident, or even a violent attack. Doctors offer surgical and non-surgical orthopaedic services for repairing fractures and other trauma injuries. The main aim of the surgery is to avoid any further damage to the affected area which is possible if the problem is left untreated.

What Are The Indicators For Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery?

  •  Chronic injuries
  •  Joint damage suffered in an accident
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HIP Replacement

Your hip is a ball-and-socket joint where the thighbone or femur (ball) meets the pelvis (socket). This joint is surrounded by cartilage, muscles, and ligaments that allow it to move smoothly.

The cartilage is a smooth, shock-absorbing layer that covers the bones and allows the ball to glide easily inside the socket. The muscles around the joint support your weight and help move the joint smoothly so that you can walk without pain. Arthritis of the joint is the most common reason for a hip replacement. Arthritis damages the cartilage which no longer serves as a cushion and exposes the underlying bone. This causes roughening of the bones and they rub together like sandpaper. The ball grinds in the socket when you move your leg, causing pain, stiffness and immobility. The affected leg may become shortened, muscles may become weaker and a limp may develop. The above image shows a normal hip joint in comparison to a degenerated hip joint.

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Knee Replacement

Your knee is a hinge joint where the end of the thigh bone (femur) meets the beginning of the large bone in your lower leg (tibia).

A healthy knee has smooth cartilage that covers the ends of the femur and tibia. The smooth cartilage lets the surfaces of the two bones glide smoothly as you bend your knee. The muscles and ligaments around the knee joint support your weight and help move the joint smoothly so you can walk without pain.

The smooth cartilage layers can wear down on the ends of the femur and tibia. When the smooth surfaces become rough, the surfaces are like sandpaper. Instead of the joint gliding when you move your leg, the bones grind and you have pain and / or stiffness. This degeneration can happen due to variety of reasons such as the following:

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Dr. Savita Jain

MBBS,MD,PGDCD is a well-known skin/hair specialist in Ludhiana.

Dr. Savita Jain (MBBS,MD,PGDCD) is a well-known skin/hair specialist in Ludhiana. Her immense knowledge and great depth of understanding of the subject have made her stand out among her peers and experts. Dr. Savita Jain practices clinical and cosmetic dermatology and treats skin conditions and hair diseases in men, women, and children.

Dr. Savita Jain not only takes utmost care of you at the first consultation and each follows up, but she will remain with you as your personal Skin specialist, available to be contacted easily. Her simplicity, compassionate nature, and easy approachability have gained her thousands of patients.

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Skin Care Department

What Is Scabies?

Scabies is a common skin problem caused by tiny mites called Sarcoptes scabiei.

The mites burrow into the skin, leave their feces (poop). The female mites lay eggs in the tiny tunnels they create. This causes small itchy bumps and blisters. The itching and rash from scabies are due to a hypersensitive reaction to the mite, its feces, and its eggs.

What Are the Signs & Symptoms of Scabies?
The most common symptom of scabies is itching, which usually starts before any other signs. Other symptoms of scabies include:


Tinea is a contagious fungal skin infection. The most commonly affected areas include the feet, groin, scalp and beneath the breasts.

Tinea can be spread by skin-to-skin contact or indirectly through towels, clothes or floors. Tinea is also known as ringworm, which is a misleading name as no worm is involved. All fungi need warm, moist environments and tinea is no exception. This is why the hottest, most sweat-prone areas of the body are the most likely areas for a tinea infection to occur.

Types of tinea

Tinea infections are known by specific names, depending on the part of the body that is affected. The most common types of tinea include:

  •  Athlete’s foot – tinea of the foot, known as tinea pedis
  •  Jock itch – tinea of the groin, known as tinea cruris
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Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder, which means a skin condition that doesn’t go away.

People with psoriasis have thick, pink or red patches of skin covered with white or silvery scales. The thick, scaly patches are called plaques. Psoriasis usually starts in early adulthood, though it can begin later in life. People of any age, gender or race can get psoriasis. It can get better and worse throughout your life. What part of the body does psoriasis affect? The rash can show up anywhere. In most people, it covers only a few patches of skin. In severe cases, the plaques connect and cover a large area of the body. Psoriasis can make you uncomfortable, itchy and self-conscious. Psoriasis tends to affect the:

  •  Elbows and knees
  •  Genitals
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Atopic Dermatitis

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Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic skin condition characterized by patches of dry, inflamed, and itchy skin. The exact cause of AD isn’t well understood. One factor may be an overproduction of cells in your immune system that promote inflammation. AD often starts in childhood and tends to flare up periodically. During flare-ups, people with AD often scratch the affected area. This scratching can lead to more skin inflammation and make symptoms worse. Currently, there’s no cure for AD. Treatment involves avoiding triggers, making lifestyle changes, and taking medications to ease symptoms. Keep reading to learn more about AD, including what it looks like, causes, treatments, and potential complications.

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Who gets impetigo?

Impetigo usually happens to children between ages 2 and 6. Older children and adults can also get it.

You may also be at higher risk if you:
  •   Live in a tropical climate, with hot, humid summers and mild winters.
  •  Have a scabies infection.
  •  Do activities or sports where cuts and scrapes are common.
  •  Live in close contact or crowded situations. Infections often happen to people living in the same house or children in day care.

How does someone get impetigo?
When you get a cut, bite or scratch that opens the skin, bacteria can enter and cause an impetigo infection.

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Vitiligo is a chronic (long-lasting) disorder that causes patches of skin to lose pigment or color.

This happens when melanocytes – skin cells that make pigment – are attacked and destroyed, causing the skin to turn a milky-white color.
There are two types of vitiligo:

  •   Nonsegmental or generalized vitiligo is the most common type. It happens when the white patches appear symmetrically on both sides of your body, such as on both hands or both knees. This type of vitiligo can have rapid loss of color or pigment and tends to cover a large area.
  •  Segmental vitiligo is much less common and happens when the white patches are only on one segment or side of your body, such as a leg, one side of the face, or arm. This type of vitiligo often begins at an early age and progresses for about 1 to 2 years and then usually stops.

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Qualified Doctors

24 Hrs availability of qualified orthopedic team

In Patient Department

Air conditioned Private rooms with all facilities, Surgical I.C.U

Lab Facility

Hospital has it's own lab to save your time keep you away from unnecessary worries

Emergency Care

24 Hrs emergency, pharmacy and pathology services

Out Patient Department

Separate floors for emergency & routine OPD. Clean & comfortable waiting area.

Operation Theatre

Operation theater with advanced technologically equipped

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