Situated behind PIMS and in the heart of the capital where every possible highway is crossing Advanced international hospital is most suited to cater to all road traffic accidents and trauma cases. With immediate emergency and ICU management to joint stabilization .our orthopedic surgeons are a class apart and specialize in trauma care.
Providing exceptional, quality care is central to our mission: we strive to help patients preserve, restore, or gain function, live with less pain, and achieve improved overall health. Serving the community, Our orthopedic surgeons and doctors provide expertise across a wide range of services for adult and pediatric patients struggling with orthopedic conditions from arthritis symptoms to sports injuries.
With the highest incidence of osteoarthritis and joint pain in the country with almost every second person requiring a knee replacement
Choosing a reliable place for orthopedic treatment can be quite a challenge, we are here to solve just that.
Our joint replacement physicians are leaders in the field as well.
New minimally invasive surgeries for hip and knee replacement
Strategically managing pain after joint replacement
“Fast track” rehabilitation for highly active patients
Improving and accelerating recovery with nerve blocks and regional anesthesia
Advanced reconstructive techniques for complex and revision procedures
Preventing infections and other complications
New hip and knee implants and their effect on patient outcomes
Minimizing the need for blood transfusions after joint replacement are all their forte
Treating conditions like
- Achilles tendonitis
- Achilles tendon ruptures and tears
- Ankle arthritis
- Ankle deformities
- Ankle fractures
- Ankle instability affecting balance and movement
- Ankle replacement
- Ankle sprains and strains
- Charcot arthropathy
- Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
- Diabetic foot
- Flat foot
- Foot deformities
- Foot fractures
- Hallux arthritis
- Hallux rigidus
- Hammer toe
- High arched foot
- Ligament sprains
- Morton’s neuroma
- Peroneal tendonitis
- Pes cavus
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rheumatoid arthritis in the foot
- Sesamoid fracture
- Stress fracture of the foot, ankle, or leg
- Toe fracture
- Toe sprain
- Turf toe.
And many more on a daily basis with high efficiency
Orthopedic trauma typically refers to an injury caused by some external force, such as a severe fall, a serious accident, or even a violent attack. These injuries occur in the musculoskeletal system, including bones, cartilage, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons of the body. Common injuries include fractures, ligament tears, tendon tears, and joint dislocations.
Orthopedic trauma can affect anyone. It is essential that you have any break, fracture, tear, and dislocation treated by an orthopedic trauma specialist as soon as possible after the injury to ensure that you heal properly.
Treatments and Surgery
Orthopedic trauma patients may undergo surgical or non-surgical treatment, depending on the injury. Surgery may be required for more serious injuries, but those that are less extensive may only require minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery that can be done on an outpatient basis. Non-surgical methods such as casts or braces may also be incorporated into a treatment plan.
In addition to treating traumatic injuries when they occur, orthopedic specialists and surgeons treat chronic lasting after-effects of traumatic injuries, including:
Fractures that did not heal (nonunions) or are delayed in healing
Bone or joint conditions resulting from fractures that did not heal in the correct alignment (malunions)
Joint deformity from arthritis
Multidisciplinary Trauma Care
Orthopedic trauma patients often sustain injuries to other parts of their bodies. our orthopedic specialists consult with other doctors, including:
- Trauma surgeons
- General surgeons
- Vascular surgeons
- Plastic surgeons
Through these collaborations, our doctors make sure that you receive comprehensive, state-of-the-art care to treat all of your injuries. Our goal in treating your traumatic orthopedic injury is to get you back to your pre-injury condition: pain free and able to move with ease.
In department of trauma