Orthopedic Treatment

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At Global Med Care, we take pride in our expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of complex orthopedic illnesses, as well as our comprehensive orthopedic services. We understand that orthopedic conditions can cause significant pain and limit mobility, which can negatively impact a person’s quality of life. That’s why we’re committed to providing the best possible care and treatment options for our patients.

Our partner hospitals provide comprehensive care for a variety of orthopedic ailments, such as knee, hip, and joint disorders. We are recognized as one of the world’s leading orthopedic hospitals, with a wide range of specialties ranging from general orthopedic services to pediatric orthopedics, arthritis diagnosis and treatment, and pain management. We specialize in offering the highest degree of patient care combined with professional experience in early mobilization, which can help patients recover faster and with better outcomes.

Our orthopedic treatments include Computer Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery, Arthroscopic Surgery, Traumatic Orthopedic Surgery, Hand, Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, Spine Surgery, Articular Surface Replacement Hip Surgery, Foot & Ankle Surgery, Total Knee & Hip Replacement Surgery, and Total Knee & Hip Replacement Surgery. These procedures are performed by highly skilled orthopedic surgeons using state-of-the-art technology and equipment to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

We believe that every patient is unique and deserves individualized care and attention. That’s why our team of orthopedic specialists works closely with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to their specific needs and goals. We also offer pre-operative and post-operative rehabilitation programs to help our patients recover faster and with better outcomes.

At Global Med Care, we’re committed to providing our patients with the highest quality of care and treatment options available. Our team of experts is dedicated to helping patients regain their mobility and quality of life, and we’re proud to be a leader in the field of orthopedic treatment.

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Orthopedic Services

Orthopedic treatment encompasses a wide range of surgical and nonsurgical procedures that are primarily concerned with the bones and joints of various body components. Orthopedic surgery entails a variety of surgical and nonsurgical procedures carried out by specialized surgeons to correct damage to bones and joints, as well as degenerative diseases affecting joints.

Orthopedic issues include pain and discomfort with movement, as well as the treatment of some nerve system abnormalities resulting from spinal surgery or disorders. It can impact anyone, at any age, at any moment.

Orthopedic surgery can treat skeleton-related issues, as well as joint replacement surgery and the replacement and repair of damaged and degenerative joints.
Orthopedic surgery comes in a variety of forms. The following are some of them:
  1. Total Joint Replacement – It is performed to relieve severe joint pain in patients who have been diagnosed with severe arthritis. To aid in the regular functioning of the joint, a metal or plastic artificial surface is employed. It relieves the patient’s pain and suffering.
  2. Total shoulder Replacement – It aids patients by alleviating them of painful shoulder joint issues and the discomfort that comes with them. The damaged section of the shoulder bone and cartilage is replaced with an artificial implant composed of metal or plastic. It increases the range of motion of the shoulder joints, hence lowering pain.
  3. Total hip replacement – It’s done to relieve pain and make mobility easier. Total hip replacement uses a metal or ceramic implant that allows the prosthetic ball and socket to move freely. It provides relief from painful conditions and restores normal joint movement.
  4. Spine Surgery – It is performed to relieve the patient’s uncomfortable back issues and to aid in the improvement of fitness and productivity. It also aids people in reducing severe back pain that interferes with their daily lives. The most common type of spine surgery used today to treat injuries or deformities is spinal fusion surgery.
  5. Total knee replacement – It is used when the knee joint has been severely injured and cannot be repaired with drugs or other forms of treatment. It is performed on people who have severe arthritis or rheumatism. The diseased/damaged knee joint is replaced with an artificial implant comprised of metal or plastic.

ACL Repair Surgery – The anterior cruciate ligament helps to keep the knee joint stable. It is done when a ligament is ripped or damaged as a result of an injury or when a knee is twisted in an unusual way. To replace the injured ACL, the patient’s own tissue or tissue from a donor is used to make a new ACL. The bone is attached with a screw that keeps it in place. A new tissue is generated inside the joint during this process, which aids in the creation of improved movement.

  1. Shoulder Pain
    An orthopedic analyzes shoulder pain that worsens in the dark and worsens with activity. These symptoms are frequently associated with care around a joint and could indicate tendinitis. This ailment, which develops as a result of overuse or trauma, can cause symptoms in the elbow, heel, and wrist. Tendons serve as a link between the muscles and the bones in the body. They cause the tendon to expand and become inflamed if they are injured, overworked, or lose flexibility with age.
  2. Trouble Climbing Stairs
    The knees and hips’ joints degenerate naturally over time, but their function can become too painful at times. Patients who have difficulty walking, climbing stairs, or getting out of chairs are candidates for joint replacement surgery. Chronic discomfort that lasts more than six months and interferes with your daily activities could indicate that your joints have been injured. The rationale for the joint replacement is due to previous injuries and years of steady use.
  3. Tingling or Numb Hands
    Carpal tunnel syndrome is characterized by frequent drops and tingling in the thumb and index fingers. The nerve that connects your forearm to your wrist travels via a “tunnel” in your wrist, providing sensation to your thumb and all of your fingers except your pinky. A past wrist fracture, as well as working with equipment or machinery that vibrate or demand repetitive wrist flexing, are all common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome.
  4. Pain from Repetitive Motions
    Stress injuries in the muscles, tendons, and nerves are common in occupations that require constant activity. Stress injuries can also be caused by machines that emit vibrations, constantly unnatural positions, and violent exertions. This illness can cause discomfort and abrasions throughout your body, particularly in the upper torso.
  5. Painful Joints
    Joint discomfort that is persistent or chronic could indicate that something is wrong. The term “chronic” refers to pain that lasts for three to six months or does not go away. This discomfort is frequently associated with inflammation or swelling around the joints, but it can also indicate that the bones of the joints are rubbing against each other. All of these signs and symptoms are frequently associated with arthritis.
    Women are more likely than men to acquire arthritis, therefore the chance of developing arthritis rises with age. However, depending on their risk factors, people as young as 20 can develop arthritis. Excess weight, past joint traumas, and frequent bending of individual joints as a result of a job or daily task can all contribute to the development of arthritis.
  6. Twisted Ankles
    Rolling or twisting your ankle is common when walking on uneven ground or stepping on an object. A twisted or sprained ankle is characterized by pain on the outside of the ankle, edema, and bruising. Sprains are widespread among persons who are constantly on the move throughout the day. Because of their posture or the way their feet are turned, some persons are predisposed to spraining their ankles. Ankle sprains in the past are also a risk factor for re-injuring your ankle.
  7. Swollen Wrist
    If you’ve ever fallen and landed on your hand, your wrist is likely to have swollen and bruised. You most likely suffered a sprained wrist. A sprain occurs when the ligaments that connect your bones to each other stretch. When these ligaments are pulled or torn, it causes pain and a lack of movement in the wrist.
  8. Swollen Joints
    Bursitis is represented by swollen, sore, heated, or stiff joints. A rise in exercise level, misuse, or extra weight can all contribute to this illness. A bursa is a fluid-filled sac that protects muscles, tendons, and bones from rubbing against one other. Bursitis is a condition in which the sacs expand. Shoulders, knees, elbows, feet, and hips are the most commonly affected areas.
  9. Worsening Injury
    An accident injury, such as a fall or a significant accident, takes time to heal, but if the pain and swelling do not go away on their own, you may have a fracture. A fracture is when bone cracks or fractures. The most commonly affect the arms, hips, spine, and legs. Because they plan to catch themselves once they fall, children break their arms as adults do. Fractures are more common in people under the age of 20 and those over the age of 65. An accident injury, such as a fall or a significant accident, takes time to heal, but if the pain and swelling do not go away on their own, you may have a fracture. A fracture is when bone cracks or fractures. The most commonly affect the arms, hips, spine, and legs. Because they plan to catch themselves once they fall, children break their arms as adults do. Fractures are more common in people under the age of 20 and those over the age of 65.
    Swelling or bruising over a bone injury, pain that worsens with movement or pressure, and loss of function of the affected area are all signs of a fracture.
  10. Weak, Stiff, and Bruised Muscles
    Damage to the muscle occurs. If you’ve had an injury and are experiencing swelling, pain, and a blue-gray discoloration around the area, you should see a doctor every once. These injuries occur when a muscle is struck by a blunt item or when your body collides with a hard object. The muscular fibers are crushed, yet the skin is unbroken. Blood might pool under the skin, causing a lump to form over the injury.

The arthroscope allows an orthopedist to view within a joint, allowing orthopedic patients to benefit from technological advancements such as joint replacement. However, this procedure is preceded by a private interview and physical examination. Diagnostic tests such as blood tests, X-rays, and other testing are then performed.

Medical counseling, drugs, casts, splints, and therapies like exercise, as well as surgery, may be used in your therapy. There are a variety of treatments available for numerous orthopedic disorders and accidents. Your orthopedist will go over the treatment alternatives with you and help you choose the most straightforward approach so that you may live a full and active life.

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