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  • Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeries: Orthopaedic surgeries refer to procedures performed on the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. These surgeries are conducted to treat various conditions such as fractures, dislocations, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, and congenital abnormalities. Orthopaedic surgeons specialize in diagnosing and treating these musculoskeletal issues, often through surgical interventions.
  • Trauma surgeries, on the other hand, focus specifically on treating injuries caused by accidents, falls, or other traumatic incidents. Orthopaedic and trauma surgeons are skilled in managing complex fractures, joint dislocations, and severe soft tissue injuries. These surgeries aim to restore the normal anatomy and function of the affected body part, allowing patients to regain mobility and quality of life.
  • Spine Surgeries: Spine surgeries are specialized procedures performed to address conditions affecting the spine, which consists of vertebrae, discs, nerves, and supporting structures. These surgeries are often recommended for patients with spinal deformities, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, tumors, or spinal cord compression. The goal of spine surgery is to alleviate pain, improve spinal stability, and enhance overall spinal function.
  • Spine surgeries can include procedures such as spinal fusion, discectomy, laminectomy, or decompression surgeries. These interventions may be performed through minimally invasive techniques or traditional open surgery, depending on the specific condition and the surgeon’s expertise. Spine surgeons work closely with neurosurgeons and orthopaedic specialists to provide comprehensive care for patients with spinal disorders.
  • Hip and Knee Replacements: Hip and knee replacement surgeries are highly effective treatments for individuals suffering from severe joint pain and functional limitations due to degenerative joint diseases like osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. These surgeries involve removing the damaged joint surfaces and replacing them with artificial implants, which mimic the function of a healthy joint.
  • Hip replacement surgery typically involves replacing the head of the femur (thigh bone) and the damaged socket in the hip joint with prosthetic components. Knee replacement surgery, on the other hand, entails resurfacing the damaged portions of the knee joint, including the femur, tibia, and patella, with metal and plastic implants.
  • These procedures aim to reduce pain, improve joint stability, and restore mobility, allowing patients to resume daily activities and regain their quality of life. Hip and knee replacement surgeries have evolved significantly over the years, and advancements in surgical techniques and implant materials have led to improved outcomes and faster recovery times.
  • Arthroscopic Surgeries: Arthroscopic surgeries are minimally invasive procedures performed to diagnose and treat various joint conditions. They involve the use of an arthroscope, a small camera that is inserted into the joint through a small incision. The camera provides a clear view of the joint’s interior, allowing the surgeon to visualize and address the problem.
  • Arthroscopic surgeries can be performed on different joints, including the knee, shoulder, ankle, hip, and wrist. Common arthroscopic procedures include meniscus repair, ligament reconstruction, cartilage restoration, synovectomy (removal of inflamed joint lining), and joint debridement (removal of damaged tissue or loose bodies).
  • The advantages of arthroscopic surgeries include smaller incisions, reduced tissue trauma, minimal scarring, faster recovery, and decreased risk of complications compared to traditional open surgeries. These procedures have revolutionized joint care and are widely used for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.