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Osteoporosis Management

Osteoporosis Management

With the growing age and unhealthy lifestyle, it becomes hard for our body to maintain all its Parts in their best condition respectively. One such condition is Osteoporosis due to which the bones get weakened and fragile, which are more likely to break. It gets developed slowly over several years and is often only diagnosed when a bone gets broken due to injury or fall. Basically, Due to the Normal aging process, people start losing bone, but in some case, they start losing bone density at a much higher rate, which leads to osteoporosis.

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Joint X-Ray
Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is the most common form of Orthopedic Surgery carried out as a diagnosis of previously treated joints or to treat various problems with joints. Arthroscopy is the procedure that is least invasive in nature since only a small incision in the skin allows the surgeon to diagnose the joint very easily. Arthroscopy is carried out mostly on knees, shoulders, ankles, elbows, hips, and wrists. When all kinds of scan and tests fail to diagnose the cause of the persistent pain, swelling or stiffness in joints that is when Arthroscopy is used.

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Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip Replacement Surgery

A hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which the painful hip is removed and replaced with an artificial one.Generally, hip replacement is required when the hip joint is entirely or partially damaged and hinders your basic activities like running, walking or even resting. One of the major reasons for the Surgery is osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or a major injury in the hip portion. But it is only advised when all the other means of treatment like physiotherapy and steroid injections fail to cure the bad hip.

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Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee Replacement Surgery

A Knee Replacement Surgery is required when the hinge joint in the knee is entirely or partially damaged and hinders your basic activities like running, walking, resting or even bending of the knee. One of the major reasons for the surgery is osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hemophilia, gout or a major Injury in the knee portion. Although the surgeon will only recommend this when all the other means of treatment like physiotherapy, injection, plasters, and arthroscopy fails to cure the problem. There are two kinds of knee replacement.

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Fracture Care

Fracture Care

Getting a Fracture is the most common form of Physical distress, while it may seem like a small term it has the most significant effect on the affected body part. The fractures no matter how small or big needs to be taken care of by an orthopedic specialist because it might result in permanent damage of the bone when left untreated for a long period of time. The major objective of Fracture care is to restore alignment, promote bone healing, and return to normalcy whilst saving lots of muscles.

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Arthritis Management

Arthritis Management

As the cartilage between a joint is torn away (due to various reasons), stiffness and pain are developed in that area; this condition is generally referred to as Arthritis. Arthritis Management helps in reducing joint inflammation, preventing joint damage, reducing pain and improving the quality of life by diagnosing and managing Arthritis. Arthritis is a very common problem throughout the world. There are two Major types of Arthritis:- Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis

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