Orthopaedic trauma care covers the range of simply isolated fractures to severe critical accidents with fractures. While many fractures can be treated by general orthopaedic surgeons, most cases benefit from fracture specialists. More significant injuries with multiple broken bones, compound fractures and fractures near a joint,are often treated by fracture specialists.
The specialists of Chennai Ortho have the unique expertise and training to treat these orthopaedic injuries. Only a few select hospitals in Chennai can match these capabilities.
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Your Surgical Options
When your knee doesn’t respond to medications and treatments,
knee replacement surgery is an option. There are two types of
replacement surgeries: total knee replacement, the more
commonly performed of the two, and partial knee replacement.
- Limb lengthening
- Minimally invasive surgery for fractures
- Treatment of nonunions and malunions
- Pelvis and acetabulum surgery
- Treatment for infected fractures and osteomyelitis
- Bone and joint transplantation
- Minimally invasive bone grafting
- Complex soft tissue reconstruction
- Complex upper extremity reconstruction
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The specialists of Chennai Ortho have the unique expertise and training to treat these orthopedic injuries. Only a few select hospitals in Chennai can match these capabilities.
Chennai Ortho’s unmatched expertise in treating major forms of orthopaedic disorders, state of the art amenities and equipment along with meticulous care makes us one of the best Orthopaedic centers in Chennai.
Chennai Ortho is widely recognized as the regional leader in comprehensive orthopedic services, it houses state-of-the-art medical technology coupled with experienced professionals to give you world class treatment.
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Specialized Orthopedics to Meet Your Needs
Total Knee Replacement
The knee joint is a complex structure designed to allow normal function whilst withstanding the high stresses we put through it during everyday activities and sport. The main weight bearing part of the joint is formed between the two rounded ‘condyles’ on the end of the femur (the thigh bone).
Total Hip Replacement
In total hip replacement, the Femoral head is replaced with an artificial stem and ball. The Acetabulum is replaced with a metallic cup and ceramic or poly liner.
One of the largest joints in the body, the hip is a ball and socket joint. The ball at end of the femur (thigh bone) articulates with the cup in the Pelvis to form the Hip Joint.
Bands of tissue called ligaments (the hip capsule) connect the ball (Femur) to the socket (Pelvis) and provide stability to the hip joint.
Surgical treatment for injuries to the musculoskeletal system, such as fractures or dislocations and soft tissue injuries in the bones, joints and their associated structures that enable movement such as ligaments
Surgical treatment for injuries to the musculoskeletal system, such as fractures or dislocations and soft tissue injuries in the bones, joints and their associated structures that enable movements such as ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves is Trauma Surgery.
Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is also called less invasive spine surgery. In the spine surgical procedures, surgeons use specialized instruments to access the spine through small incisions.
In a traditional open surgery, a 5 to 6 inch long incision is made, then the muscles are moved to the side in order to see the spine. The surgeon now accesses the spine to remove diseased and damaged bone or intervertebral disks. The surgeon places screws, cages, and any bone graft materials necessary for the treatment and thereby improve healing.
Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure used to diagnose & treat problems inside joints. The term Arthroscopy literally means to “look within the joint”. The procedure clearly shows the structures inside a joint.
The arthroscope is attached to a miniature television screen on which the surgeon observes the damaged joint through a very small incision as opposed to a larger surgical incision.