Ortho

We understand that orthopedic conditions can significantly impact your quality of life. At Futureace Hospital, we use the latest techniques and technologies in orthopedic surgery to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care.

SPECIALIZATIONS


- KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

- ACL RECONSTRUCTION

- ORIF CLAVICLE AND DISTAL RADIUS

- HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY

- ARTHROSCOPIC ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR

- K WIRE FIXATION

- OPEN REDUCTION AND INTERNAL FIXATINO (ORIF)

- DARRACHES PROCEDURE

- ORIF HUMERUS

- ANKLE CURETTAGE

- MENISCAL REPAIR

- AC JOINT STABILIZATION

- HEMIARTHROPLASTY

- EPIPHYSIODESIS

- DISTAL FEMORAL EPIPHYSIODESIS

- OSTEOTOMY

- HIP SPICA

Our team of orthopedic surgeons works closely with other healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, pain management specialists, and rehabilitation experts, to provide comprehensive care to our patients.If you are experiencing an orthopedic condition,contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our highly skilled and experienced orthopedic surgeons. We look forward to serving you and helping you get back to your normal routine.

Faqs

When is the right time to see an orthopedic specialist?

You should consider seeing an orthopedic specialist if you are experiencing persistent joint or musculoskeletal pain, have difficulty with movement or function, have sustained an injury during physical activity, or if you have been referred by your primary care physician.

Is surgery always necessary for orthopedic conditions?

Not all orthopedic conditions require surgery. Orthopedic specialists will thoroughly evaluate your condition and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan, which may include non-surgical options first. Surgery is recommended only when necessary and deemed appropriate for your specific condition.

How long is the recovery period after orthopedic surgery?

The recovery period varies depending on the type and complexity of the surgery, as well as individual factors. The orthopedic specialist will provide you with specific instructions and a timeline for your recovery, which may include rehabilitation exercises, physical therapy, and follow-up appointments to monitor your progress.

Are there non-surgical alternatives for orthopedic conditions?

Yes, there are often non-surgical alternatives available for orthopedic conditions. These may include physical therapy, medications, injections, assistive devices, lifestyle modifications, and other conservative treatment options. The orthopedic specialist will explore these alternatives before considering surgical intervention.