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Dr. Amit jain - Orthopedics in Mumbai

Dr. Amit jain

Diploma in Orthopaedics, MBBS

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • 1 Award

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Clinic Locations

Orthospine Centre & Physio Rehab Care

Ground Floor, Shivaradhana, Ahimsa Marg, Off Link Road, Chincholi Bunder, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Orthospine & Physiotherapy Rehab Care

Bharti Enclave, Off Link Road, , Malad West.Landmark:Next To BMC Garden & Opposite Greens Hotel , Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,


  • Spondylitis
  • Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Trauma Injury Physiotherapy / Rehab
  • Hip, Ankle, Knee Injury
  • Spine Injury
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Achilles Tendon Rupture Treatment
  • ACL Reconstruction
  • Meniscus Injury
  • Neck Pain Treatment
  • Shoulder SLAP (Tear) Lesions
  • Arthritis and Pain Management
  • Musculoskeletal Pain Management
  • Arthroscopy
  • Spinal Therapy
  • Hip Replacement
  • Laminectomy
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Knee Replacement
  • Fracture Treatment
  • Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Spinal Surgery
  • Arthritis Management
  • Osteoporosis Treatment
  • Spinal Disc Surgery
  • Physiotherapy for Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Joint Pain Treatment
  • Orthopedic Surgery


  • Orthopedist
  • Spine Surgeon (Ortho)
  • Joint Replacement Surgeon


  • College of physicians and Surgeons Mumbai - 2004 Graduated
    Diploma in Orthopaedics
  • Rajasthan University of Health Science, Jaipur - 2000 Graduated

Work & Experience

  • Nanavati Hospital
    Orthopedic Residency
  • Multiple Hospitals India And Abroad
    Spine Surgery Training/fellowship
  • Orthospine Centre, Malad West
    Head Orthopedic Spine Surgeon
  • Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road
    Spine Surgeon


  • Spine Surgery Fellowship/Training


  • Indian Orthopaedic Association

  • Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI)

  • Medical Council of India (MCI)

  • Bombay Orthopedic Society

  • Jain Doctors Federation

  • maharasthra medical council


  • Spine Surgery

Health Articles

Hip and Leg Pain

Hip and leg pain can stem from various causes, including tendinitis and arthritis. Tendinitis, caused by inflammation of tendons due to injury or repetitive movements, leads to pain, weakness, and swelling. Rest, therapy, or steroid injections are typical treatments. Arthritis, encompassing over 100 types like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, results in joint pain, stiffness, and swelling. Risk factors vary among types, including age, gender, genetics, and lifestyle factors like obesity and smoking. Diagnosis involves physical exams and imaging tests like X-rays and MRI. Prompt medical evaluation is crucial for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of hip and leg pain

Swollen Ankles and Feet

Swelling in the ankles and feet can signal various health issues. Pregnancy may cause normal swelling, but sudden, excessive swelling could indicate preeclampsia. Injuries like sprained ankles lead to swelling; severe pain warrants medical attention. Lymphedema, from lymphatic fluid accumulation, often follows cancer treatment. Venous insufficiency results from blood flow problems, potentially causing skin ulcers. Infections, especially for diabetic patients, require immediate medical attention. Blood clots in leg veins can cause life-threatening complications. Swelling might also indicate heart, liver, or kidney disease, especially if accompanied by other symptoms like fatigue and weight gain. Prompt medical evaluation is crucial for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

What Is an Orthopedic Physical Therapist?

Orthopedic physical therapists specialize in treating musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. They utilize methods like strength training, massage, and joint mobilization to alleviate pain and improve function. These therapists assist patients in recovering from orthopedic surgery and regaining mobility in affected areas. To become an orthopedic physical therapist, one must earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, pass a state licensure exam, and complete a clinical residency or specialized certification program. While non-specialized therapists can perform orthopedic therapy, those with specialist training are considered experts in the field and typically work in outpatient rehabilitation settings, clinics, hospitals, or offer home visits.

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