Dr. Manoj Todkar - Joint Replacement Surgeon Pune
MBBS, MS – Orthopedics, DNB (Orthopedics), MNAMS (Orthopedics)
Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FICS
Orthopedist, Joint Replacement Surgeon, 17 Years’ Experience
Dr. Manoj Todkar is a Orthopedics, Joint Replacement Surgeon Pune and Knee Arthroscopy Surgeon in Pune and has an experience of 17 years in these fields. Dr. Manoj Todkar practices at Surya Hospital in Kasba Peth, Pune, Todkar Hospital in Baner Road, Pune and AIMS Hospital – Aundh in Aundh, Pune. He completed MBBS, MS – Orthopedics and DNB (Orthopedics).
He is a member of Medical Council of India (MCI), General Medical Council (GMC), UK, British Medical Association, UK, National Academy of Medical Sciences, Indian Orthopedics Association, India, Indian Medical Association (IMA), International center of orthopaedic education and international college of surgeons (ICS), Chicago, USA.
Highlights Of Clinic
- Convenient location with adequate parking space
- Appointment-based care; with an appointment waiting time
can be eliminated.
- Appointments can be made online or over the telephone.
- Chief Consultant is available from 9.00 am to 1.30 pm and 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
- Doctor is proficient in English, Hindi, and Marathi.
- Clinic is open all weekdays.
- Gentle care by trained nurses.
- friendly atmosphere.
- Pharmacy services.
- Care on the basis of evidence-based medicine.
Bone infections leading to Non-Union is one of the most challenging orthopaedic complications. There is considerable morbidity associated with infected nonunion. There is a significant impact on the life of the patient; socially, financially, physically and mentally.
While this can vary, typically you are in the operating room for 15 to 45 minutes. Then you are taken to the recovery area for 1 to 2 hours before being discharged home. You will be given specific post-operative instructions at that time.
You will likely be given narcotic pain medications for pain control. Patients generally only find these necessary for the first few days after surgery.
This is a personal decision that you must make. The timing depends upon when you feel you are ready to safely drive. Do not drive if you are taking any narcotic medication. Also, driving a vehicle with manual transmission soon after surgery is not possible due to the motions and strength required. We recommend taking your vehicle for a test drive in an empty parking lot before driving on the road.