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Paediatric Orthopaedics Surgery

 

We, at Aakash Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital understand the grievances of parents and the sufferings of child, our staff works with personal touch to ensure proper treatment of the child patients. Viewed in radar of children, Paediatric Orthopaedics deals with the study and treatment concerned with musculoskeletal system of children. Paediatric orthopaedic surgeons diagnose, evaluate, and treat children's musculoskeletal problems. The high class services and upgraded facilities add to the professionalism in realm of paediatric orthopaedics. Physiotherapy and surgery are performed, depending upon the degree of criticality and condition.

Our team provides personalized care for all the medical matters concerning children. Raising a healthy kid is a matter of concern for many parents, the sensitivity of a child is very different from that if an adult. In these circumstances, it becomes utmost difficult to find a solution. The congenital abnormalities are often complicated to treat especially if they concerned to the teratogens. Various other birth defects like abnormal shape or position of foot (club foot), congenital hip dislocation, presence of extra fingers or toes (Polydactyly), fusion of one or more fingers or toes (Syndactyly), cleft hand, cleft foot, cleft lip, and cleft palate need special care from the paediatric orthopaedic specialist because the mechanism of children is varied from adults. Along with the treatments provided for general conditions involved in paediatric orthopaedics, the professionals of Aakash Healthcare Super Speciality provide advanced treatments for:

Congenital deformities

Birth deformities can happen in any bone or muscle. Bones and muscles can suffer obstructions in the process of their growth and development. Likewise, structures that regularly adjust together might be isolated or misaligned. Normally, bone and muscle absconds result in irregular appearance and capacity of the influenced some portion of the body. The genetic defects are a major concern for medical science but with the developing technology and advanced research, solutions are being facilitated. The experts of paediatric orthopaedics surgery at Aakash Healthcare Super Speciality are equipped with profound professionalism in this realm.

Polio – surgeries and deformity correction

Lack of awareness can gravely effect the future of our children. Very often, in such scenarios, vaccines are ignored during the developing phase of a child, the consequences lead to malfunctioning of their bodies and in many instances, deformities too. Majorly, polio has been reported and observed as such a disease. Polio can affect many significant parts of the body including the trunk, foot & ankle, hip, knee, hand, shoulder, and elbow. The deformities caused as a result of polio are serious medical conditions, but these medical issues can be evaluated and well-treated through proper medical attention. Here at Aakash Healthcare Super Speciality, we work at our best to save the future of children.In grave cases of polio, surgeries are performed which are successful at accomplishing the prevention of deformity, improvement of function, and reduction of orthosis requirement (in some cases, it eliminates the requirement).

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the cases that paediatric orthopaedic surgeons usually treat?
A: Usually, the paediatric orthopaedic surgeons usually treat limb and spine deformities (clubfoot, scoliosis, limb length differences), disorders of the formation of joints, gait abnormalities (limping), fractures, bone or joint infections/ tumours, disorders of the growth of bones, nerve injury, and torn or inflamed muscles, tendons and cartilage.

Q: Which age group is treated by paediatric orthopaedic doctors?
A:Paediatric orthopaedic doctors offer treatments for children from range of infants to teenagers.

Q: What is developmental dysplasia of the hip?
A: Development dysplasia of hip is the congenital dislocation of the hip. During this condition, the new-born’s hip socket and the thighbone are separated.

Q: What is the condition of clubfoot?
A: Clubfoot is a medical condition in which the foot and ankle are twisted out of shape or position.

Q: Is surgery the only alternative for treatment of club foot?
A: No, surgery is performed in severe situations of club foot. Usually, physiotherapy is recommended by the paediatric orthopaedic specialists.

 

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