Orthopaedic Surgery Departments
Our JSI accredited (Joint Commission International) hospitals confidently deal with many medical causes such as musculoskeletal and skeletal system with contemporary devices. Body damage caused by injuries and accidents can be corrected by surgical interventions.
Arms, legs, spine and pelvic or all joints, bones, muscles and connected tissues (veins, nerves, spinal cords) enter the area of orthopaedics, from the head base to the tip of the nail.
Orthopaedics and Traumatology departments also work in coordination with other branches such as physical therapy and rehabilitation.
With our experienced academic staff in our hospitals, we offer personalized treatments in a wide range of fields from hand surgery to prosthetic surgery.
Surgical procedures performed in our hospitals.
It is an area that requires precious hand coordination from the surgeon point of view as well as extreme patience. Microscopic vascular nerve repair, tendon repair, bone joint restoration, hand injuries may need for orthopaedic hand surgery. It also deals with trigger finger, polydactyly (6 fingers), syndactyly (conjoined fingers), carpal tunnel (nerve congestion), evolving hand deformities (tendon transfer).
Knee Surgery, Arthroplasty and Arthroscopic Applications
In the knee joint some of the application of treatment methods can perform for; closed (arthroscopic) or open surgery (knee replacement) in common diseases such as scuba tear, ligament tear, cartilage damage, joint narrowing and osteoarthritis.
Foot Biliary Surgery and Arthroscopic Surgery
It deals with the treatment of diseases such as osteochondral damage in the Talus dome region, tibia distal tip anterior jam (impingement) synovitis and FHL tenosynovitis.
Shoulder Surgery, Arthroplasty Arthroscopy and Elbow Surgery
With open surgery orthopaedics treat the complications such as shoulder joint dislocation, SLAP lesion (Biceps tendon damage) Impingement (Bone prolongation congestion and pain) dull shoulder (Frozen shoulder) Tennis player elbow, Radius head dislocation, or open surgery Interested.
Hip Surgeon Arthroplasty Arthroscope Surgery
Deals with the complications such as congenital hip dislocation, Impingement, (Bone congestion), Labral defect, Osteochondral defect, Osteoarthritis (Calcification) with open surgery or closed surgery.
Paediatric surgeons operates on particularly with children suffer with congenital hip dislocation, Perthes disease, Tortikollis, Brakhial plexus damage, PEV bounce.
It deals with good or malignant tumours in an area of the skeletal system, such as bones, muscles, tendons, nerves and joints.