Sport Injury Center AIOR Patna

About the Department

Founded in 1989, the Department of Arthroscopy And Sports Injury, led by Dr. R.N. Singh, is a pioneer in Indian arthroscopy. We provide advanced orthopedic care to athletes and the general population.

Unique Offering: We're a one-of-a-kind institution in India, annually caring for over 400 inpatients.

Excellence in Surgery: Our fully equipped operation theaters perform advanced arthroscopic surgeries on Knee, Shoulder, Ankle, Hip, Elbow, and Wrist joints, meeting international clinical standards.

Sports Rehabilitation: Our Sports Rehabilitation facility, guided by trained physiotherapists, expedites athlete recovery.

Holistic Approach: We offer specialized treatments like Manual Therapy for Myofascial Trigger Points, Sports Nutrition, and Sports Psychology, enhancing athletic performance and aiding weight management.

Nutritious Fuel: Our Sports Cafe serves scientifically designed, nutritious meals and snacks, catering to athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

At the Department of Arthroscopy And Sports Injury, we're dedicated to excellence, innovation, and your well-being, whether you're an athlete or seeking orthopedic care. Your journey to recovery is our top priority.


At Anup Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, our primary focus is on helping patients recover from sports injuries efficiently and safely through our tailored programs. Our team is well-equipped to address a wide range of athletic injuries in individuals of all ages, catering to both professional athletes and those engaged in recreational sports.Our comprehensive range of sports procedures covers major surgeries and includes arthroscopic interventions for knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle conditions. Moreover, our surgeons are proficient in the latest meniscal, cartilage, and ligament reconstruction techniques.

Arthroscopy, a minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment approach for joint issues, is a key offering at our institute. Most arthroscopic procedures are conducted on an outpatient basis, allowing patients to return home within a day following surgery. Recovery is often swift, with many patients resuming their daily activities and returning to work or school within a few days.For athletes and physically fit individuals, a return to sports activities is achievable within a few weeks under the expert guidance of our AIOR Orthopaedics specialists.

At Anup Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, we are dedicated to prioritizing your health and well-being, ensuring that you can swiftly return to your normal life and activities.


Knee is the largest joint and most commonly treated joint by arthroscopy Common

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1. Torn meniscus: The cartilage is trimmed to a stable rim or occasionally repaired

  • Meniscus repair
  • Partial menisectomy
  • Meniscus transplants
  • Radiofrequency chondroplasty

2. Torn surface (articular) cartilage

  • Autologous chondrocyte transplantation
  • Synthetic osteochondral implants
  • Mosaicplasty / osteochondralautograft transfer
  • Osteochondral transplants


Arthroscopy is a groundbreaking procedure that entails the insertion of a specialized camera, known as an arthroscope, into the joint. This technique is invaluable in allowing surgeons to gain an inside view of the joint, facilitating diagnosis and treatment of joint issues.

Adhesive Capsulitis Arthroscopic Surgery

Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis condition (resulting from inflammation and stiffening of connective tissue surrounding glenohumeral joint) can be corrected successfully by using minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery.

Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction

ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) is one of the four important ligaments which stabilize the knee and when it is torn, it is reconstructed using arthroscopic technique during ACL reconstruction surgery.

Arthroscopic Arthrodesis

Fusion of the bones of a joint making it one continuous bone is called arthrodesis. This procedure can be performed arthroscopically with minimal invasion and derive excellent results. Pins, plates, screws, and rods are used to hold the bones in proper position for fusion to take place. This surgery turns a painful joint into a stiff painless joint.

Arthroscopic Bankart Repair

A Bankart Lesion is a shoulder injury where the labrum, a cartilage ring, separates from its bony attachment at the glenoid rim. The key to treating this condition effectively is arthroscopic surgery.In this procedure, arthroscopic surgery is used to delicately reattach the torn labral tissue to the rim of the shoulder socket (glenoid). This precise approach offers an effective solution for Bankart Lesion, helping patients regain shoulder stability and function.

Arthroscopic Debridement

Arthroscopic debridement is a minimally invasive surgical technique designed to address joint issues. During the procedure, the joint is accessed through small incisions, and any problematic elements such as bone spurs, redundant cartilage, and inflamed tissue are carefully removed. These loose fragments often cause impingement and joint instability, leading to pain and discomfort for patients.

Arthroscopic Meniscectomy

Meniscus provides cushioning to the knee joint. With sudden rapid twisting or turning of the knee while the foot is planted, meniscal tear can happen. Arthroscopic meniscectomy is performed to remove the torn meniscus and correct the condition. Rest of the knee is also examined to look for any other conditions that might be coexisting with the meniscal tear.

Elbow Arthroscopy

Recalcitrant elbow pain, not responding to treatment, might warrant arthroscopy of the elbow. Arthroscopy can successfully be performed to remove loose fragments of cartilage, bone, or scar tissue which might be inhibiting normal movement of the elbow.

Hip Arthroscopy

The patients suffering from hip pain not responding to conservative treatment are often recommended hip arthroscopy to reach at exact diagnosis and fix it also during the procedure. Patients suffering from hip dysplasia, hip joint infection, FAI, snapping hip syndrome synovitis, and loose bony fragments also derive significant benefits from arthroscopy.


Achilles Tendinitis Management

Achilles tendinitis is a common condition characterized by inflammation and pain in the Achilles tendon, which connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. Effective management typically involves a combination of conservative measures and, in some cases, medical interventions.

ACL Injuries

ACL provides rotational stability to the knee and sudden stops during sports can injure it.

Preventing ACL Injuries:

Technique Training: Proper sports technique training helps reduce ACL injury risk. Strength and Conditioning: Strengthening leg muscles enhances knee stability. Balance and Proprioception: Exercises improve joint control and prevent awkward movements. Physical Therapy: Key for ACL recovery and rehabilitation post-surgery.

Addressing FAI Syndrome:

Arthroscopic Surgery: Minimally invasive procedure corrects hip joint friction. Reshaping the Joint: Surgeons reshape bones to reduce friction and restore function. Rehabilitation: Physical therapy aids recovery and strengthens hip joint stability.

Golfers Elbow

It does not affect only golfers but also people involved in repetitive hand, wrist or forearm motions such as throwing sports, bowling, baseball, raking, and hammering. Management under expert care renders adequate relief.

Jumpers Knee

It is an overuse injury causing inflammation of patellar tendon and should be treated promptly. Mallet finger: With injuries such as striking of ball, there can be damage to extensor tendon and the finger cannot be straightened after that. This condition is also referred to as baseball finger. It can mostly be treated without surgery under expert care.

Rotator Cuff Tears

Rotator cuff helps with stabilization of the shoulder joint. Repetitive overhead motions related to sports or occupation can lead to rotator cuff injury/tear which can be quite painful.

Runners Knee

It is the most common cause of knee pain and treatment is planned under expert guidance.

SLAP Tears

People involved in intensely vigorous quick motions over the top of the shoulder are especially at high risk of injuring/tearing of the labrum, such as volleyball players and baseball pitchers. Such injuries can be managed under expert and return to play is planned accordingly.

Sports Hernia

This is a condition affecting pubic joint leading to chronic groin pain which increases with coughing and sneezing. It can result in disabling pain and expert orthopedic can chalk out the treatment plan.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow occurs in people who are involved in occupations requiring repetitive motion of the elbow such as tennis players, painters, cooks, plumbers, carpenters.

Turf Toe

Sprain of the big toe affecting football players, needs to be examined carefully and treated accordingly.


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