Orthopaedics is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, correction, prevention, and treatment of patients with skeletal deformities - disorders of the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and other associated musculoskeletal systems.
The Orthopaedics Department of RBH Hospital deals with both joint and spine problems. The stresses on our joints and backs increase as age increases. Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis are the most common and fastest-growing illnesses in the population. The department not only treats fractures and provides accident treatment, but also offers a full range of Orthopaedics services.
In the event of an emergency, the group provides a consultant-led service. A multi-specialty hospital's system provides comprehensive care of all patients with coexisting medical problems.
Our team of experts performs operations such as joint replacements, spinal surgeries, and arthroscopy surgeries on a regular basis. Many of our doctors have had significant training in joint replacement surgery and trauma treatment. Orthopaedics is one of medicine's most varied fields, with new discoveries and advancements emerging on a regular basis.
Our team has worked hard to bring together several renowned surgeons from across the world to combine their skills and improve patient care. It provides compassionate patient care as well as a high level of professional expertise.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee problems affect a high percentage of patients at the hospital. From simple keyhole procedures to total knee replacement, the team has all of the required capabilities. Our experienced team manages a busy program with one of the lowest infection rates and low demand for blood transfusions. In addition, the pain management program is excellent. Many patients are able to walk the day following their knee replacement, which is rare for pain treatment. Sports medicine and cartilage treatment arthroscopy are two more areas of expertise in our facility.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip arthritis can develop in youngsters as early as five years old due to untreated childhood diseases. A shortage of blood flow to the hip is another typical issue. We have attempted to preserve the hip in certain cases by realigning the bones or replacing them if needed. Our institution has also successfully operated on several damaged hips.
This is most likely one area where current technological and information breakthroughs have considerably enhanced and enlarged. Key-hole surgery may now be used to conduct a substantial portion of shoulder surgery. Dislocated shoulders, muscular rips, and frozen shoulders can now be treated in the hospital in as little as one day. Salvage surgery with reverse shoulder replacement surgery is being used. Salvage surgery, such as reverse shoulder replacement and shoulder replacement, is becoming increasingly popular. Our institution has mastered the use of physiotherapy as a substantial alternative to surgery.
Surgery for fractures and traumatic injuries
This is the genuine reality: we are not protected at home, on the streets, or at work. A severe or small accident occurs every minute. Our orthopedic staff is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We treat fractures ranging from mild to severe pelvic bone fractures, as well as spinal cord injuries. Because of the team's expertise, there is no room for insufficiency in care.
Best care and treatment offered for non-union fractures, avascular necrosis of the femur, and tendon problems.
Joint replacement is one of the most common surgical interventions in the field of Orthopedics, which involves the replacement of a damaged or diseased joint with a new prosthetic component. Joint replacement is an option for patients whose joints have degenerated owing to different factors like age-related wear and tear, traumatic injury, or underlying degenerative joint disease like arthritis. It is usually the last resort of treatment, performed when other treatment options fail to work. The procedure can be performed for various different joints of your body like the hip joint, knee joint, shoulder joint and elbow joint.
Minimally Invasive Knee & Hip Replacement Surgery
This offers a minimally invasive approach to knee and hip replacement procedures. Unlike conventional surgery which is carried out by making a single large incision, minimally invasive surgeries are performed via 2 to 3 keyhole incisions. The procedure uses detailed imaging techniques to guide surgical equipment. Minimally invasive knee and hip replacement surgery comes with many benefits which include faster recovery, less scarring, alleviated pain, and shorter hospital stay.
Computer-Assisted Navigation Surgery
It is a highly advanced technique that works by generating real-time feedback. The surgery is performed with the help of robotic arms which are controlled by the surgeon using a special console. Computer-assisted navigation surgery can help to reduce the risks of intra-operative errors, thereby elevating the success rate of the procedure and reducing the risks of complication.
Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine
It is a dedicated branch of Orthopaedics that focuses on providing comprehensive evaluation and management options for a broad spectrum of injuries that are sustained while playing sports or indulging in rigorous physical activities. Such injuries can affect the knee, ankle, elbow, shoulder and hip. Arthroscopy uses a minimally invasive approach to examine the joints and assess the extent of the injury. It may also be used to carry out surgical interventions.
Management of fractures and polytrauma
Fracture and polytrauma management majorly focuses on structural and functional restoration of post-traumatic injury. A fracture refers to a break in the bone, which may be caused by an accident or while playing sports. Polytrauma, on the other hand, includes multiple injuries which are usually sustained in an accident. These include limb fractures, broken skull, lacerations and cuts.
It focuses on offering a wide spectrum of modalities for the effective management of pain in patients suffering from various orthopaedic conditions. This not only helps to improve the quality of the patient's life but also helps to alleviate the need for surgery in patients who are not eligible for the same. This involves the intravenous administration of pain-relieving medicines and drugs.
It is an umbrella term used for various surgical procedures that aim at restoring the structure and function of the hand and fingers post chronic injury or infection. Common surgical procedures include closed reduction and fixation, tendon repair, nerve repair, surgical drainage and joint replacement.
Paediatric orthopaedics solely focuses on the diagnosis, assessment, treatment and management of orthopaedic conditions and injuries in small children and infants. This includes a wide range of modalities including medication and surgery.
Foot and Ankle Orthopedics (Podiatry)
Podiatry primarily focuses on surgical and non-surgical management of diseases and disorders affecting the foot, ankle and lower extremities. It also involves the correction of structural malformations and functional disabilities.
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Tennis elbow, medically known as lateral epicondylitis, is a form of tendinitis that affects the tendons of the elbow area.
Arthroscopy is a surgical technique in which a tube-like instrument is inserted into a joint to inspect, diagnose, and repair tissues.
Total knee replacement or popularly known as the knee replacement surgery is a surgical procedure to relieve pain and restore normal function in the severely ailing knee joint.