Orthopedic surgeons are experts in treating bone and joint diseases. They treat all kinds of fractures, dislocations, muscle injuries, accident and sports injuries. Many kinds of degenerative and infectious diseases of muscles and bones are also treated by them.
Why Choose HealthBay Clinic for OrthopaedicCare?
Our orthopedic surgeons will guide you and treat you for all sorts of orthopedic ailments in best possible ways. They will do the minimum required invasive procedures with the maximum outcome. They will treat you with medical treatment and physiotherapy till the required time, and only after that they will advise surgery if required. All types of X-rays are done at our premises.
We offer following OPD services:
- Management of bones and joints problems
- Plaster of fractures and removal of plasters
- Bone and joint infections
- Pre and post-operative physiotherapy
Our orthopedic surgeons are trained and specialize in:
- Trauma management, muscle injuries
- Fracture management
- Joint replacement
- Backache/spine problems
Our orthopedic surgeons have skills and experience in providing wide range of surgical services – IPD proceduresare carried outwith affiliations in several reputable hospitals.
FAQ About Orthopedic Surgery
When is the best time to undergo surgery?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer for deciding on when to have surgery. Our surgeon will take a decision at the right time. Normally surgery is opted when ailment stops responding or improving with other treatment modalities. Fractures are treated on emergency basis, either Closed or Open Reduction is done immediately.
Reduction is a surgical procedure to repair a fracture or dislocation to the correct alignment. Open Reduction is where the fracture fragments are exposed surgically by dissecting the tissues. Closed Reduction is the manipulation of the bone fragments without surgical exposure of the fragments.
What Should I Look Forward After Surgery?
After any surgery there will be pain for few days, and analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs are given to relieve pain. Patient is slowly mobilised with the help of physiotherapy.
Can I Perform Things I Usually Did Before Surgery?
Yes, most of the time full recovery takes place. Recovery depends upon conditions for which the surgery has been done and at what stage of disease the surgery has been done. While the objective of orthopedic surgery is to bring back normal functioning as well as get you moving devoid of pain, there may be some limitations in your activities after the procedure. Talk to our surgeon concerning realistic expectations after surgery.
Our Orthopedic Specialist
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