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Ortho Surgery in India

Carpal Tunnel Release Hip Resurfacing Shoulder Arthroscopy Anterior Cruciate Reconstruction
Disc Replacement (Cervical /Lumbar) Knee Arthroscopy Partial Knee Replacement Rotator Cuff Surgery
Total Knee Replacement Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF) Total Hip Replacement U/L Ankle Fusion Surgery
Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF) Bunion Surgery Elbow Replacement

Orthopedic surgery is an operation performed by a qualified orthopedist or orthopedic surgeon, who is trained to treat problems that develop in the bones, joints,  tendons and ligaments caused by accident, trauma, injury or chronic condition. Orthopaedic surgery can also correct problems of the nervous system linked to the spinal column, as well as congenital defects and musculoskeletal issues caused by aging.

Here’s some common Ortho surgeries:

The most Common orthopedic surgeries are: knee arthroscopy and meniscectomy, shoulder arthroscopy and decompression, carpal tunnel release, knee arthroscopy and chondroplasty, removal of support implant, knee arthroscopy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, knee replacement, repair of femoral.

Common operations in orthopaedic surgery

There are so many of kinds of orthopaedic surgical operations and its developing everyday. Some of the most common are ad follows,

  • Arthroscopy is a procedure for diagnosing and Repairing joint problems. A surgeon inserts a narrow tube attached to a fiber-optic video camera through a small incision  about the size of a buttonhole. The view inside your joint is transmitted to a HD video Screen.
  • Bone fracture repair is a surgery to fix a broken ankle, leg, hip, ribs, arm, using metal screws, pins, rods, or plates to hold the bone in place. It’s also known as open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) surgery.
  • Arthroplasty a surgical reconstruction or replacing whole joints such as the hip or the knees,  arthritis patients are suggested for this procedure, this involves replacing diseased joints with prosthetic rubbery material to restore movement in the joints.
  • Damaged tissue repair a surgical procedure where the restoration of tissue architecture and function after an injury i.e, torn ligaments or tendons are reconstructed through grafts taken elsewhere in the body.
  • 3 stages of tissue repair:
  • inflammation, proliferation and maturation.
  • Corrective surgery a range of procedures performed to correct misalignment and deformities of the limbs or spine to improve and optimize movement; among usual procedures are fusion surgery (welding together two parts to form a single bone) and osteotomy (cutting and reposition of the bone).