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    +91-98390 76579
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    kapoorsandeep@hotmail.com
  • Clinic Time
    Mon -Sat: (6pm to 8pm)
  • Phone Number
    0522 2238384

Dr. Sandeep Kapoor

OrthoClinic

Fracture, arthritis & joint replacement clinic 4, Park Road

Opposite New Civil Hospital Lucknow 226001 Uttar Pradesh, India

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Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, MBBS Honours and a Gold Medalist from KGMU, Lucknow, Awarded of Prof. BN Sinha citation for best Post Graduate in MS Orthopedics at KGMU

  6834
Happy Patient
  1568
Joint Replacement
  5266
Cases
  846
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Service Offered

We emphasize patient education, preventive health advice, and patient involvement in health care. A comprehensive health plan is outlined in our preventive screening handout.

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We provide 24/7 Patient support.

Please feel free to contact us at 0522 2238384 for emergency case.

About Us

Meet Our Team

Counsellors for Joint replacement surgery. Other supportive staff provided by Geriatric hospital for the domiciliary management of patients.

Dr. Sandeep kapoor

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Anand Sagar

Orthopaedic Surgeon


Dr. Pulkit Singh

Orthopaedic Surgeon



Physio Therapist


A Retired Army Officer and a keen golfer. My Teacher And Professor Of Microbiology at KGMU. Sharing Happy Moments after undergoing replacement surgery by me in Lucknow.

Happy After Replacement Surgery Student

It was a dream come true for a student to operate upon a patient related to the Professor who awarded the MS degree to the performing surgeon from his department at KGMU in the year 1992 .

Prof. US Mishra's son Student

ADG Rank IPS Officer and a strong willed person. He underwent Renal Transplant in Delhi but developed Avascular Necrosis Of The Femoral Head. Underwent Hip Replacement Surgery under me and is now playing golf.

After A Hip Replacement Surgery Student
Hospital Facilities 24/7

Professional staff

Modern Equipment

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News And update

In Kerala, the government doctors joined private doctors in observing the medical bandh by boycotting one hour of their OP duty. Only the emergency wings of the private hospitals are working today.

Dr. Moazzam Jah

The strike has left large number of patients in the lurch, as doctors stayed off duty across the state. Patients who had taken prior appointment have gathered at private hospitals and are refusing to go without seeing doctors

Dr. Gopal Tewari

I was being examined by a doctor and mid way, other doctors came and pulled my doctor away. I am now waiting for the doctor to return. This is very cruel," said a woman at the state-run General Hospital.

Dr. Pramesh Agarwal