The team of doctors in the orthopedics department consists of minimally invasive orthopedic surgeons who ensure to provide the patients with the highest quality of care using the latest surgical techniques and technologies. Their goal is to minimize the impact of surgery on the patient's body and provide the fastest possible recovery time.
Minimally invasive orthopedic surgery is a type of surgery that utilizes specialized instruments and techniques to perform procedures with smaller incisions and less tissue damage compared to traditional surgery. The approach of the team of experts is to reduce pain, scarring, and recovery time for patients.
The team of minimally invasive surgeons of the orthopedic department from Aster performs the following tasks
Pre-operative evaluation: The team of surgeons assesses the patient's medical history, physical condition, and imaging studies to determine the best surgical approach for the patient.
Surgical planning: The surgeons then conduct advanced imaging techniques such as MRI or CT scans to plan the surgical procedure and identify the specific areas of the body that need to be targeted.
Surgery: During the surgery, the surgeons make small incisions and use specialized instruments to perform the procedure. This may include techniques such as arthroscopy (using a camera to visualize the inside of a joint).
Post-operative care: After the surgery, the team of surgeons monitor the patient's recovery and provide any necessary pain management and rehabilitation services. They may also provide guidance on post-operative care, including exercise and physical therapy.