Musculoskeletal disorders are treated using cutting edge devices by our experienced physicians in our departments. Physical injuries can be managed with surgical procedures
Orthopedics discipline deals with all joints, bones, muscles and other tissues (blood vessels, nerves, spinal cord) of arms, legs, spinal cord and pelvis or in other words from skull base to toe tip.
Our Orthopedics and Traumatology Departments work in coordination with other departments, such as physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Our hospital offers personalized treatments in a very wide spectrum, ranging from hand surgery to prosthetic surgery, by our experienced physicians with academic title. Following procedures are performed at Orthopedics and Traumatology Department of our hospital:
Hand surgery requires serious patience along with hand coordination and fine hand skills. It deals with hand injuries that require microscopic repair of blood vessels and nerves, repair of tendons and restoration of bones and joints. Moreover, it focuses on trigger finger, polydactyly (6 fingers), syndactyly (fused or webbed fingers), carpal tunnel syndrome and hand deformities secondary to cerebral palsy (tendon transfer).
Treatment methods, such as arthroscopic or open (knee prosthesis) surgery, are used for treatment of following common conditions in knee joint: meniscus tear, ligament tear, cartilage injury, stenosis of joint cavity and osteoarthritis.
It deals with treatment of osteochondral damage in talar dome, impingement in anterior part of distal tibia, synovitis and FHL tenosynovitis.
Arthroscopic or open surgeries are performed for dislocation of shoulder joint, SLAP lesion (damage in biceps tendon), impingement (entrapment and pain secondary to lengthening of bone), frozen shoulder, tennis elbow and dislocated head of radius.
Open or arthroscopic surgeries are performed for treatment of congenital dysplasia of hip, impingement, labral defect, osteochondral defect and osteoarthritis.
It deals with treatment of certain diseases, such as congenital dysplasia of hip, Perthes disease, Torticollis, Brachial plexus injury and PEV sequel.
It deals with benign or malignant tumors of skeletal system, such as bone, muscle, tendon, nerve and joint.