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Orthopedics and Traumatology

Orthopaedics and Traumataology

Arthroscopy be used to in the treatment of;
• Meniscus,
• Early stages of arthritis.
• Removal of bone and cartilage in joints.
• Front and rear ligament injuries
• Infection and swelling in the knee,
• Treatment of knee cap,
• Treatment of cartilage damage,
• Intraarticular treatment of fractures.

What are the advantages of Arthroscopy?
• It is very Aesthetic and scarring is minimal.
• Hospital stay duration is very short.  This is a huge advantage for athletes.
• Incisions are very small leaving little room for infections.

What joints can be operated on Arthroscopically?
Arthroscopy can be used for knee joint, shoulder, ankle joint, hip, elbow and wrists.

How  is Degeneration of the Hip diagnosed?
Diagnosis of degeneration in the hip can be made by your physician.  X-rays are used to determine possible causes.  In the case that degeneration is believed to be caused by something else further testing may be required such as MRI and blood tests. 

How long after hip replacement can a patient walk?
24 Hours following surgery the tubes that were inserted to collect blood are removed.  Dizziness and nausea is normal during this time.  At this point with the assistance of a walker or crutches, patients can begin to walk.  First attempts will be very difficult and painful due to the swelling.  Each day that passes, the patients will feel that they are able to walk more comfortably. Patients who undergo this operation should be particularly careful not to sit low to the ground during the first 6 weeks.
What is a Meniscus?
A meniscus is a crescent or “c”-shaped cartilage disk that’s found in the knee.  There are actually two menisci.  One is located on the inner side of the knee which is called the medial meniscus and one on the outer which we call the lateral meniscus.  The menisci serve an important function in the knee.  Our meniscus functions as a cushion to minimize the stress on  another type of cartilage that we have in the knee which we call the articular cartilage.  The articular cartilage covers the ends of our bones within a joint.  By protecting the articular cartilage, the meniscus helps prevent arthritis.    The meniscus also acts to improve stability of our knees.   The less meniscus you have, the more stress the rest of your knee sees and the more unstable your knee may be.

What are the symptoms of scoliosis?
• Visible Curvature of the spine.
• Asymmetry of the shoulders and hips.
• Back and leg pain
• Shortness of breath
• One shoulder leaning forward.

How is Scoliosis diagnosed?
There are usually no symptoms in the early stages of scoliosis. Therefore, the diagnosis is usually made by chance or complaint. Distorted  physical appearance is usually the first concern that brings up scoliosis.  One of the easiest and most effective ways doctors diagnose scoliosis before any graphics is to bend patient forward during examination.  The patient is asked to lean forward without bending the knees; making the spinal cord more evident. If there is a protrusion or asymmetry scoliosis is tested for.

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