What is Orthopedics and Traumatology?
The Orthopedics and Traumatology unit, which works on diseases of the November and skeletal system, is an extremely rich specialty with many different sub-branches, diagnostic and treatment methods. The main areas such as arms, legs, pelvis, spine, as well as bone, November, vascular, nerve, spinal cord connective tissues are of interest to the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology.
What Diseases do Orthopedics and Traumatology Look For ?
Sports Injuries and Arthroscopic Surgery
• Reconstruction operations,
* Meniscus repair,
• Microfracture and transplantation of osteochondral cartilage,
* Arthroscopic bankart repair (in shoulder dislocation),
• Repair of labral tear,
* Rotator sheath repair,
* Osteoarthritis of the shoulder joint,
* Removal of a foreign body.
Foot and Ankle Surgery
• Cartilage injuries,
* Ligament ruptures,
* Sports fractures and injuries,
• Degenerative problems that occur in the foot and ankle.
Elbow and Shoulder Surgery
• Diseases of the rotator sheath,
* Arthrosis of the shoulder and elbow,
* Recurrent dislocations,
* Trauma-related diseases such as falls, traffic accidents and work accidents.
Pediatric Orthopedics and Traumatology
* Crooked feet,
• Congenital disorders,
• Flat bottom,
* Hip dislocation,
* Fracture treatment and follow-up.
• Calcification of the knee (gonarthrosis),
* Calcification of the hip (coxarthrosis),
* Periacetabular and high tibial reconstructive bone surgeries,
* Hip, knee, shoulder and elbow prostheses,
* Infection of the prosthesis,
• Revision operations on prosthetic loosening
Hand Surgery, Extremity and Upper Extremity
* Extension of the bones of the arms and legs,
* Bone deformities and infections,
* Non-boiling of fractures,
* Acute soft tissue traumas,
* Repair of severed veins and nerves,
* Tendon transfers,