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Orthopedics and Traumatology


Orthopedics consists of a combination of the Latin words orthos (smooth) and paedia (child).

Orthopedics is the science that diagnoses and treats diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Traumatology, on the other hand, is a branch of science that performs the diagnosis and treatment of fractures and dislocations that develop after trauma.

Orthopedics and Traumatology are divided into sub-branches.

Sports surgery: Shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and ankle injuries that occur after sports injuries are treated. Meniscus tears in the knee, anterior, posterior cruciate ligament and inner and outer meniscus tears, cartilage damage, cartilage transplants, recurrent shoulder dislocations, shoulder, knee, elbow and ankle pain are treated with closed and open surgeries. In our hospital, all kinds of joint open and closed surgeries are treated by our specialist orthopedics.

Arthroplasty: Prosthesis surgeries applied to the joint in advanced calcification after cartilage erosion in the joints are defined under the name of arthroplasty. In our hospital, joint preserving surgical treatments (open and closed surgeries), joint fluid injection to the joints (knee, shoulder, ankle joint in polyclinic conditions, with USG to the hip joint), PRP and stem cell injections are successfully applied in early stage cartilage erosion. Prosthetic surgeries are performed for joint calcification that develops after advanced cartilage wear. In our hospital, especially hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle prosthesis surgeries are performed successfully. Prosthesis operations are also successfully performed for hip joint calcifications due to hip dislocation after congenital hip dislocation.

Trauma surgery: All kinds of joint and bone fracture and dislocation surgeries that develop after traumas such as accidents and falls, hip fractures seen in advanced ages, can be treated with closed and open surgeries successfully. Surgery of elderly patients requiring intensive care, patients with multiple bone fractures and patients with pelvis (pelvis) fractures requiring multi-functional surgery are  performed successfully by our orthopedics and traumatology team.

Pediatric orthopedics: Congenital and subsequent orthopedic disorders (congenital hip dislocation, cerebral palsy surgeries, congenital clubfoot, child fractures) are successfully treated by our specialist physicians in our hospital.
Hand surgery: In our hospital, surgeries that require microsurgery such as vascular nerve and tendon cuts, congenital or acquired hand deformities, nerve compression (carpal tunnel syndrome), trigger finger, tendinitis, tendon transfer are successfully performed by our specialist physicians.

Deformity surgery: Congenital or subsequent bone and joint deformity surgeries, height extension surgeries are successfully performed in our hospital.

Spine surgeries and bone and soft tissue tumor surgeries are successfully performed in our hospital.