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Dr. Pritam Pawar

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS

Bone Fracture Surgeon in Nashik


Though there are many surgeons in Nashik, Dr. Pritam Pawar, a highly regarded bone fracture surgeon in Nashik with extensive experience, uses the most up-to-date modern procedures to treat all types of spine disorders. He is working with Nims Hospital Nashik, Nims Hospital has a well-equipped Hospital with all the modern equipment, especially one that focuses on the diagnosis, correction, prevention, and treatment of patients with skeletal deformities. The Hospital has separate waiting and consultation areas which allow enough space for patients to wait conveniently at the clinic. Being a specialized Orthopedic doctor, the doctor offers several medical services. These include Bone Fracture Treatment, Trauma, Joint Replacement, spine & spondylosis, and Bone Tumor Treatment. The clinic is operational between 09:30 am – 06:30 pm.

Dr. Pritam Pawar is a specialist bone fracture surgeon in Nashik. He has wide years of experience in orthopedics.

Dr Pritam Pawar - Bone Fracture surgeon in nashik


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Pain is relative — your tolerance for pain may differ from that of the next person. It’s natural to experience some pain or discomfort at the surgical site as well as some possible bone/joint tenderness after surgery. Dr. Pritam Pawar will work closely with your clinical team and other caregivers to determine the best pain management strategy for you.

With just about any orthopedic surgical procedure, including joint replacement surgery and revision surgery (replacing a worn-out artificial joint from a previous surgery), you’ll have some pain and swelling. Dr. Pritam Pawar and clinical team will work with you to effectively manage your pain and ensure you’re healing as expected.

While the goal of surgery is to restore function and get you moving without pain, there are usually some limitations after orthopedic surgery. 

Advances in medical technologies — including the prosthetic materials used in total and partial hip, knee, elbow and shoulder joints — continue to extend the life expectancy of artificial joints. Generally speaking, today’s prosthetic devices can last upwards of 15-20 years. Factors that can impact the durability of prosthetics include your activity level, overall health, weight and whether you have arthritis.


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