ORTHOPEDIC TREATMENTS

 

Ankle Procedures

 

Ankle injuries are one of the most common injuries in the world. Something as simple as taking a step can sometimes end in an injury. A foot is an incredible machine carrying us through life. Sadly, people tend to ignore it and often decide to “walk this pain off”.

Hand Procedures

 

Almost every single activity in our daily lives involves the use of your hands. Even a small injury can have a serious and detrimental effect on the quality of your lifestyle.

Elbow Procedures

 

The elbow’s function is simple: to bend and to help the arm carry the weight of whatever the hand may be holding. However, this function is performed with the help of a very complex mechanism. Therefore, any serious injuries and dislocations require expert treatment.

Hip Procedures

 

Quality care, experienced staff, modern equipment and materials – first class customer service and the speedy recovery of our patients is of utmost importance.

 

 

 

 

In compliance with European standards, we provide the best experience for orthopedic services – Our partners operate with the newest, most advanced equipment and high quality materials.

 

Orthopedic ailments may be caused by injuries or tissue degeneration. They limit your mobility, causing you pain and discomfort. Surgery may be a necessary course of action and proper diagnostics is of paramount importance to choose the most appropriate strategy for your individual case. Diagnostics is the first and the most important step towards recovery – that is why our patients have access to the best diagnostic centers in the country.

 

 

Fracture Treatment

 

Fracture is defined as a complete separation in a continuity of a material; most often it is a consequence of a fall or pressure.

 

Spine Procedures

 

We work with professionals – authorities in the medical community with access to innovative technology, combining knowledge and experience to exceed the expectations of their patients.

Knee Procedures

 

Did you know that the knee is the largest joint system in the human body? It is also one of the most complicated, considering its anatomy and mechanism. Unfortunately, at the same time, it is often prone to injuries, which can affect everyone.

The use of minimally invasive endoscopic (arthroscopic) techniques gives us the opportunity to limit disruptive effects of diagnostics and treatment. This method significantly improves precision and accuracy of surgeries, limits the length of hospital stay and speeds up recovery – in this way improving the patient’s satisfaction.

Shoulder Surgery

 

The shoulder joint is responsible for the most of the upper limbs’ range of motion. Movements that we are used to perform, such as reaching, carrying and grabbing (to name but a few) require the combination and “cooperation” of many structures:  the glenohumeral, acromioclavicular, scapulocostal and the sternoclavicular joint, together with the subacromial space. Unfortunately, if fatigued or damaged, each of these structures can cause pain and limit your movements.

 

Here are a few symptoms to look out for:

• pain, often occurring also while resting,

• severe restriction of mobility,

• pain radiating to the neck and upper extremities.

 

If any of these symptoms occur for an extended period of time, you should go and consult your doctor.

It may be just a sprain, or maybe several elements of the shoulder are affected. To determine the right cause of your condition and to outline the most appropriate treatment, our clients undergo a careful examination, which may include several orthopaedic tests, including radiographs, MRI and dynamic ultrasound tests.

 

 

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