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Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD

Orthopedic Surgery Age 60
Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD
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Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist in West Hills, CA.
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Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD

Orthopedic Surgery Age 60
West Hills, CA
Accepting new patients
38 years of experience

Offers telehealth

Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist in West Hills, CA.

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Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist in West Hills, CA and has 38 years experience. They graduated from Baroda Medical College|Baroda Medical College in 1985 and completed a residency at Baroda Medical College|Medical College of Georgia.They currently practice at ARC Orthopedic Group and are affiliated with Los Robles Regional Medical Center and West Hills Hospital & Medical Center. Dr. Bhagia has experience treating conditions like Osteoarthritis, Joint Pain and Miner's Knee among other conditions at varying frequencies. At present, Dr. Bhagia received an average rating of 4.2/5 from patients and has been reviewed 43 times. Their office accepts new patients and telehealth appointments. Dr. Bhagia also speaks Spanish. Dr. Bhagia is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery.

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Locations

  1. 1 ARC Orthopedic Group
    7230 Medical Center Dr Ste 604, West Hills, CA 91307

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Nov 04, 2021
Dr Bhagia is clear with his diagnosis and options for treatment. I have seen him for nearly 10 years. I have knee caps with bone spurs and little cartilage. I have chosen to strengthen my muscles and eat a healthy diet (little to no sugar or processed food). I now have no pain as I did when I started with Dr Bhagia. He will do knee replacement surgery should I again experience debilitating knee pain. He listens and explains
Cassy Stein — Nov 04, 2021
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Care Philosophy
  • The practice of orthopaedic surgery is constantly evolving due to changes in technology, economic and regulatory factors. My approach to patient care involves keeping up with the latest advances and at the same time not ignoring the art of caring. A majority of my practice consists of treatment of arthritis. This includes joint replacement of the hips, knees and shoulders. I believe in a thorough discussion about the diagnosis and treatment options with the patient/family. This helps in making good decisions and helps recovery after surgery. Newer techniques and implants such as minimally invasive surgery, gender knee, hip resurfacing and computer navigation are used when indicated. Custom knee implants including partial and total knee replacements are now available and can be used for the appropriate patients. In 2012, there will be continued emphasis on improving the entire joint replacement experience, starting with the preoperative visit to the hospital admission to the postoperative rehabilitation. Lessons learned from about 300 hip and knee replacements in 2011 will be incorporated in the planning and execution of these procedures. Minimally invasive techniques for both hip and knee replacement have been refined and advanced. As far as possible, the muscle sparing MIS approach is used for knee replacement and anterior MIS approach is used for hip replacement. Also, bone preserving techniques such as hip resurfacing and partial knee replacement are gaining in favor. Shoulder replacements are also advancing in techniques and materials. In short, there have been significant advances in joint replacement that allow faster recovery and improve long term outcomes. Complex hip and knee operations including revision or redo operations are also increasing in number. These are all managed effectively due to good support from hospital staff, physical therapists, implant manufacturers and rehabilitation centers. Feedback from patients is welcomed and helps everyone involved.
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Biography
  • Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD is an orthopedic surgery specialist in West Hills, CA and has over 37 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Baroda Medical College|Baroda Medical College in 1985. He specializes in Orthopedic Surgery.
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Languages Spoken
Spanish
Languages Spoken
Specialties
Orthopedic Surgery
Specialties
Education

Education

Medical Education
  • Baroda Medical College|Baroda Medical College
    1985
Medical Education

Board Certifications

Board Certifications
  • Orthopedic Surgery
Board Certifications
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Internship

Internship
  • St Raphael's Hospital
    1993
Internship

Residency

Residency Hospital
  • Baroda Medical College|Medical College of Georgia
    1990
Residency Hospital

Fellowship

Fellowship Hospital
  • Mayo Clinic - Scottsdale
    2006
Fellowship Hospital
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New patients are generally accepted by Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD. To arrange an appointment, call the number on Dr. Bhagia's profile.

Dr. Bhagia frequently treats the following conditions: Osteoarthritis, Joint Pain and Miner's Knee. See more on Sharecare.

Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD is affiliated with Los Robles Regional Medical Center and West Hills Hospital & Medical Center.

Yes, Dr. Umesh Bhagia, MD holds board certification in Orthopedic Surgery.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Los Robles Regional Medical Center

    215 W Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA

  • West Hills Hospital & Medical Center

    7300 Medical Center Dr, West Hills, CA