The Department of Orthopedics Surgery at Aster Sanad Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility offering comprehensive care for the management of musculoskeletal disorders in patients of all ages. It has an exceptional team of doctors comprising of Orthopedic surgeons and Physical medicine experts. These specialists have the experience and expertise to handle a host of complex cases, supported by specially trained nurses.
The Department consists of consultants and specialists who provide services in the Outpatient department, Inpatient Wards, Intensive Care Unit and in the Emergency Department. The Orthopedic emergency department treats all acute and chronic injuries such as wounds, dislocations, fractures, etc. The emergency services are covered around the clock, every day.
The department provides treatments for:
• Work-related accidents and injuries
• Muscle pain and inflammation
• Low back pain management
• Joint problems
• Neck stiffness
• Sports injuries and sprains
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Arthroscopic surgery for the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle.
• Hand and wrist surgery.
Surgical Procedures include:
• Open reduction
• Internal Fixation
• Closed reduction
• IM nailing
• Amputations and other orthopedic operations.
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