We provide professional support in Orthopedics and Traumatology.
Orthopedics and Traumatology Department is the branch of medicine that deals with acquired and congenital problems of the musculoskeletal system, in other words, dealing with diseases related to the movement system. In this context, up-to-date treatment methods are applied in our hospital with its experienced staff.
Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries
Arthroscopic surgery, in short, is the examination and treatment of the joint area by closed surgery method. In this surgery, the procedure is performed by using small incisions and pen-shaped tools. Its biggest advantage is that it enables it to return to work earlier than open surgery, as fewer surgical incisions are made. In our clinic, all arthroscopic interventions for the knee, shoulder and ankle are successfully performed. In addition, the PRP method, which has gained popularity in recent years, helps to treat the damaged tissue of the patient and its treatment is applied in our hospital.
All kinds of surgical and non-surgical interventions can be performed in all kinds of fractures and dislocations, joint and muscle sprains, soft tissue injuries and extremity muscle tendon incisions that develop after trauma (traffic accidents, falls, sports injuries, firearms, gun injuries, work accidents, etc.).
Prosthesis treatment is applied in cases of abrasion of the cartilage layer on the joint surfaces. In our clinic, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, ankle and finger prostheses are successfully performed.
Diagnosis and treatment of congenital hip dislocation, (diagnosis by ultrasound), clubfoot (clubfoot) treatments, cerebral palsy, shortness, congenital deformities are treated in our clinic.
Surgical and non-surgical treatments of disorders such as compression of the ankle, cartilage damage, ligament and tendon ruptures, thumb and other finger deformities, heel spurs are applied.
Problems related to cartilage problems in the shoulder and elbow, muscle and tendon tears, nerve compression and limitation of movement are successfully treated.