Antenatal Care & Delivery

Laproscopic Surgery


Infertility Treatment



Gynaecological Cancer Treatment


Knee Replacement Surgery

Hip Replacement Surgery

Fracture & Trauma Treatment Centre

Arthroscopic Surgery

X-RAY & C-ARM Facility

Paediatrics Orthopaedics

Back & Neck Pain

ABOUT KK Speciality Clinic & Hospital

ONE destination for all your healthcare needs.

KK Speciality Clinic & Hospital provides 24-hour emergency services in the field of Obstetrics-Gynecology, trauma, General surgery, and Pediatric surgery. KK Speciality Clinic & Hospital has Infrastructure and Facilities of the highest quality. It has a team of highly dedicated and skilled doctors supplemented with equally committed and talented nurses, paramedical and technical staff. The Medical equipment installed at this hospital is the latest in technology and procured from internationally reputed manufacturers. Dr. Kausha charges a consultation fee of 700/- for online consultations and 1000/- for fertility consultations.


We’re proud to work with leading experts across a range of medical fields, whose skills are matched by their integrity and compassion.


Specialized in the field of Orthopedics for primary & complex Fractures and Trauma Care, Knee, Hip and Shoulder Joint replacement (Arthroplasty), Pediatric Orthopedics. Has also undergone an Arthroplasty (Joint Replacement) fellowship (JJ -DePuy) making a remarkable achievement in his forte.


Dr. Minaxi Doshi is a Senior Gynaecologist In Dahisar East, Mumbai and Has An Experience Of 40 Years In This Field. Dr. Minaxi Doshi Practices At KK Maternity Clinic In Dahisar East, Mumbai.


Dr. Kausha Shah is an Obstetrician and Infertility Specialist in Dahisar, Mumbai, and has experience of 15 years of in these fields. Dr. Kausha Shah practices at K K Medical Centre in Dahisar West, Mumbai, and K K Speciality Clinic in Dahisar East, Mumbai.


K.K. Medical Centre


Ground Floor, Gayatri Krupa, Behind Kanderpada Busstop, Opp. Majestic Hotel, Dahisar West, Mumbai – 400068

K.K. Speciality Clinic & Hopital


Ground Floor, A Wing, Sunder Baug CHSL, Swami Vivekananda Marg, Opp. Manav Kalyan Kendra, Dahisar East, Mumbai – 400068

K.K. Maternity & General Hospital


Raghukul Building, Swami Vivekananda Marg, Maratha Colony, Dahisar East, Mumbai – 400068


Very nice experience of having Orthopedic consultation at K K Medical Centre – Dahisar West. Following all the protocols of Pandemic COVID 19. Well-maintained clinic with disciplined staff.
Dr. Kunal Shah is a young, dynamic, talented, down to earth & frank person. Guides genuinely to the patients & treats well.

- Nilesh Shah

Dr. Kausha Shah is an absolutely professional Doctor, has clarity in communication, and takes efforts to explain the situation and options. Approachable had responded when contacted during an emergency and mobilized required resources quickly. All procedures were completed with utmost care and diligence. Will recommend it to anyone. 👍

- Reema Mehul Chowhan

Faq’s About Gynecologist & Orthopedic

When should I start seeing a gynecologist?

A: Women should start seeing a gynecologist when they turn 18 or when they become sexually active, whichever comes first.

What is a Pap test, and how often should I get one?

A: A Pap test is a screening test for cervical cancer. Women should start getting Pap tests at age 21 and continue getting them every 3 years until age 65, or as recommended by their gynecologist based on their individual risk factors.

What is the best method of birth control for me?

A: The best method of birth control depends on several factors, including a woman’s age, overall health, and sexual activity. Your gynecologist can help you choose the birth control method that is right for you.

What are the signs and symptoms of menopause, and how can I manage them?

A: The signs and symptoms of menopause include hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, and mood changes. Your gynecologist can recommend various treatments to manage these symptoms, including hormone replacement therapy and lifestyle changes.


How often should I get a pelvic exam?

A: Women should get a pelvic exam every 1 to 3 years, depending on their age and individual risk factors.

How can I prevent sexually transmitted infections?

A: Women can reduce their risk of sexually transmitted infections by using condoms consistently and correctly, getting regular screenings, and limiting their number of sexual partners.

What is orthopedics?

A: Orthopedics is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.

What are some common orthopedic conditions?

A: Some common orthopedic conditions include arthritis, fractures, sprains, strains, and tendonitis.

When should I see an orthopedic doctor?

A: You should see an orthopedic doctor if you have persistent pain, swelling, or stiffness in your joints or muscles, or if you have a sports or work-related injury.

What are some non-surgical treatments for orthopedic conditions?

A: Non-surgical treatments for orthopedic conditions may include physical therapy, medication, orthotics or braces, and lifestyle modifications such as exercise and weight management.