Trauma and Accidental Surgery
Best care with the medical expertise
What is the nature of the treatment?
- Trauma: If the bones are injured, fractured, dislocated, or broken then there is likely to be trauma.
- Congenital condition: Degenerative and congenital conditions regarding the bones can result in tumors and infections.
What are the common procedures?
During joint arthroscopy, a thin telescope with a light attached at one end is put through the small incision in the joint to check the joint ailments. Preferably, it helps in checking the knee. This approach can check the arthritis sign and check the damage done to the ligaments and cartilage. This procedure can be used to treat:
- Damaged tissue repair
- Torn ligaments
- Removal of floating cartilage
Bone fracture repair
The damaged muscles, tenders, or general repair can help treat the tissues. It can help perform corrective surgery.
Use of latest technology and treatment
Why do you need to consult a specialist in complex trauma?
Consulting the complex trauma surgeon will improve your chances of recovery to the manifold. The total count of surgery needed is reduced. The specialist will evaluate your condition in-depth and evaluate the best treatment option for you. We follow a set of principles that allows the patient to get excellent results and we ensure to do the same.
- Our services are available round-the-clock with the assistance of a trained and experienced team for injury management.
- Prompt consultation by the experts to understand the degree of issue and manage it effectively.
- Proper decision and counseling are given the top priority to understand the treatment options and help you to choose the best one for you.
- Joint restoration is the primary factor as it helps in arthritis development at the later stage.
- Surgical skills are constantly improved by giving you effective treatment and newer techniques are implemented.
Some of the sub-specialties performed by our experts are mentioned below:
- A particular area of the body – for example, shoulder/elbow, hand, upper limb, foot/ankle, and pelvis.
- Joint reconstruction – example: hip or knee
- Orthopedic oncology
- Pediatric surgery
- Spinal surgery
- Sports injury surgery
- Complex trauma surgery