ORTHOPEDICS

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WHAT IS ORTHOPEDICS?

The Orthopedics and Traumatology unit, which works on musculoskeletal diseases, is an extremely rich specialty with very different sub-branches, diagnosis and treatment methods. Major areas such as arms, legs, pelvis area, spine and bone, muscle, vascular, nerve, spinal cord connection tissues are of interest to orthopedics and traumatology department.

The Orthopedics and Traumatology unit, which works in coordination with other units such as Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, operates in a wide range of fields from hand surgery to prosthesis procedures.

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ORTHOPEDICS LOOKS AT CERTAIN DISEASES?

Orthopedics and Traumatology departments are based on the diagnosis and treatment of all kinds of diseases affecting the movement system. Diseases cared for by orthopedics can be subsequent traumas and injuries, as well as congenital development. Congenital hip dislocations and leg inequalities are listed as disorders that orthopedics regularly follow. In addition to these; Meniscus injuries, joint sprains, nerve compression, arthritis and heel spine are also examined by this main science. Other ailments looked at here; bone fractures, bone inflammations, joint pains, dislocations, rheumatism, neck and lower back hernia

Patients who present to orthopedics usually show symptoms of intense pain and difficulty moving. Although it varies from person to person, the main symptoms of orthopedic diseases; sudden eclipse, pain, loss of sensation and weakness in the relevant area. Lethargy and impaired balance in the region related to back, neck and back pain are also symptoms seen in orthopedic patients.

When orthopedic disorders are not treated, bone curvature can cause incorrect boiling and serious difficulties in movements. For this reason, an orthopedic and traumatologist should be consulted immediately in case of discomfort felt in muscle, bone and other tissues. Orthopedic patients can be treated differently with medication, physical therapy and surgical interventions.