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Prevent Shoulder Injuries

Dislocation can be really painful. A dislocation refers to an injury where bones are forced out from their normal positions due to reasons related to traumas – from a fall, accident or a collision during contact or high-speed sports. Common dislocations in children occur at the elbow. In adults, the most common site of dislocation


Know your Shoulder

The human shoulder is a complex and interesting part of the body. Made up of three bones: the clavicle (collarbone), the scapula (shoulder-blade), and the humerus (upper arm bone) – and associated muscles, ligaments and tendons. The clavicle is the only bony attachment between trunk and the upper limb. It forms the front portion of


Dr. Mahesh Reddy featured on Medgate Today

ABOUT DR. REDDY AND HIS FAMILY Dr. Mahesh Reddy has always been a forward thinker who thrives on challenging himself. He spent 5 years in England to learn a medical super specialty becoming one of the first shoulder specialists in India. He proudly notes that shoulder surgery is amongst the most difficult surgeries to perform


Nova Medical Centers featured on Healthcare Radius

Nova Medical Centres has expanded at a lightening pace with 12 short-stay surgical hospitals, 7 IVF centres and an advanced genetic diagnostics lab, straddling 8 cities in India. In the pipeline are 25 centres in India and the Middle East. Click Here to download pdf Click Here to view the article

Nova to organise 6th edition of Shoulder Course

Nova Medical Centres, the parent Company of Nova Specialty Hospitals, is organising the sixth edition of the Bengaluru Shoulder Course, comprising of two days of lectures, debates, case discussions, case presentations, live surgeries and workshops about tackling challenging shoulder problems arthroscopically. This course is open to all orthopaedic consultants, physiotherapists, registrars and PG students. The

Nova Medical Centers’ Co-founders felicitated as the Healthcare Entrepreneurs of the Year 2013

Accepting the award, Mr. Suresh Soni, one of the co-founder of Nova Medical Centers, said, “The Frost and Sullivan award stands testimony to the adoption and success of the Nova short-stay surgery and IVF model. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the Nova family – doctors, employees, partners, vendors and our investors,

Dr. Mahesh Reddy and Mr. Suresh Soni featured on Forbes India

Same-day discharge is still a novel concept in Indian health care, but this company’s growth is evidence that it is catching on. In a country that associates surgical care with hospitalisation, the concept of ambulatory services, or same-day discharge, requires greater trust in scalpel-wielding specialists than patients have ever had. Surgeons, too, are only now


You & I covers the launch of Nova’s new center in Hyderabad

Nova Specialty Hospitals, India’s leading short-stay surgical center, announced the launch of its first unit in Hyderabad on June 13th. The center was inaugurated by CM N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, and Industries Minister Dr. J. Geeta Reddy and Medical Education Minister Kondru Murali Mohan also graced the occasion. The new center will offer Hyderabadis innovative

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Nova’s story – EntrepreneurIndia

On a Wednesday morning in November 2008, two men met at Bengaluru’s Leela Palace Hotel. One was Suresh Soni, an investor and the other was Mahesh Reddy, a senior medical professional. But this wasn’t a usual entrepreneur-pitches-to-investor scenario; it was the other way round. And at the end of the day, the two had decided

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