Orthopedic Treatments

Orthopedics is a specialty that studies the effects of skeletal deformities and degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis, as well as the treatment of broken bones, strained muscles, torn ligaments, tendons and all traumatic injuries. Orthopedic treatment methods include physical therapy and rehabilitation techniques as well as traditional medicine.

The human body consists of muscles, skeleton, bones, ligaments and nerves. This musculoskeletal system provides the person with the ability to move. A disorder involving the musculoskeletal system also affects the ability to move. Any problem that arises from birth or later, as a result of accident or injury, may limit mobility if left untreated. As in all diseases, the treatment process should be started as soon as possible in orthopedic diseases. If the treatment is delayed or not done, side effects that affect the mobility and can last a lifetime are observed.

What are the Most Common Types of Orthopedic Surgery?

Let’s take a look at the most commonly performed orthopedic procedures.

HAND SURGERY

Hand surgery; an area that requires serious patience, hand coordination and precise hand movements. Dealing with hand injuries that require microscopic vascular nerve repair, tendon repair, bone joint restoration. It also deals with trigger finger, polydactyly, syndactyly, carpal tunnel, hand deformities due to CP sequelae.

KNEE SURGERY, ARTROPLASTY AND ARTROSCOPIC APPLICATIONS

In the knee joint; it’s the appliance of treatment methods like closed (arthroscopic) or open surgery (knee prosthesis) in common diseases like meniscus tear, ligament tear, cartilage damage, joint narrowing, osteoarthritis.

ANKLE SURGERY AND ARTROSCOPIC SURGERY

Dealing with the treatment of diseases such as osteochondral damage in the talus dome, impingemen synovitis of the tibia distal end anterior and FHL tenosynovitis.

SHOULDER SURGERY, ARTROPLASTY ARTROPSCOPY AND ELBOW SURGERY

Dealing with the treatment of diseases such as shoulder joint dislocation, SLAP lesion (Biceps tendon damage), Impingement (Compression and pain due to bone growth), Frozen shoulder, Tennis elbow, Radius head dislocation with arthroscopic (closed) or open surgery.

HIP SURGERY ARTROPLASTY ARTROSCOPIC SURGERY

Dealing with the treatment of diseases such as congenital hip dislocation, Impingement, (Bone compression), Labral defect, Osteoconphral defect, Osteoarthritis (Calcification) with open surgery or closed (arthroscopic) surgery.

What is Arthroscopy and when it is used?

By definition, arthroscopy means to look inside the joint. This methodinvolves fiber optic cameras and technological imaging systems tovisually examine the joint. Closed arthroscopy allows the joint to be examined and operated on without opening it. Treatment of synovial diseases of the hip joint, conditions of the thigh and pelvis, injuries to the ligamentum teres. Along with the treatment of conditions causing compression to the front and back of the hip joint can be achieved by endoscopic arthroscopy.

A wide range of shoulder conditions are treated using arthroscopy as well, including impingement, ruptures of the rotator cuff, biceps tears, and recurrent shoulder dislocations.

In addition, An arthroscopy can provide an accurate diagnosis and treatment of these and similar problems in the ankle’s anterior and posterior joints.

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