Our team of Orthopedics is specialized in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disorders of the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Musculoskeletal disorders require a vast field of treatment that encompasses a range of subspecialties, each with its unique focus and expertise. We have orthopedic surgeons and medical professionals who have expertise in this field.
The goal of our Orthopedicians in treating musculoskeletal disorders is to improve the patient's quality of life by reducing pain, restoring function, and promoting healing. They work closely with patients to develop personalized treatment plans that address their individual needs and concerns. There line of treatment is a stepwise process that involves;
- Diagnosis: Our first step in treating a musculoskeletal disorder is to diagnose the underlying condition accurately. The orthopedic team will take a detailed medical history and perform a physical examination to identify the problem's location and severity. They may also order imaging tests such as X-rays, MRI, CT scan, or ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis.
- Treatment: Depending on the diagnosis, the orthopedic team develops a treatment plan tailored to the patient's needs. The treatment plan may involve non-surgical interventions such as physical therapy, medication, or rest. However, if surgery is required, the team works with the patient to discuss the benefits and risks of the procedure and answer any questions they may have.
- Surgery: If surgery is required, the team of orthopedics performs the procedure using specialized surgical instruments and techniques designed to minimize the patient's pain, scarring, and recovery time. The most common orthopedic surgeries include joint replacement, fracture repair, and arthroscopic surgery.
- Rehabilitation: After surgery or non-surgical treatment, the doctors work with the patient to develop a rehabilitation plan. This may include physical therapy or occupational therapy to help the patient regain strength, flexibility, and function.
- Long-term management: Once the patient has completed treatment and rehabilitation, the department of orthopedics provide ongoing monitoring and management to ensure the patient's continued health and well-being. This may involve follow-up appointments, imaging studies, or medication management.
We deal with several MSD that affect the muscles, bones, and joints of the body. These conditions can range from minor strains and sprains to more severe conditions such as
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Rotator cuff injuries (Shoulders)
- Epicondylitis (elbow)
- Trigger finger
- Muscle strain and low back injuries