Fracture Treatment in Chennai – Types and Technology
Orthopaedic injuries can be serious and traumatic, requiring immediate care and possibly surgeries. Accidents happen, even to the most careful people and therefore, providing immediate and appropriate management of trauma care contributes very significantly to the long, short or intermediate term results. At The Kauvery Institute of Orthopaedics and Neurosciences, we provide special care in the management of both simple and complex injuries to the musculoskeletal system.
Commonly treated trauma injuries include but are not limited to:
Our round the clock accident and trauma management services offer the highest level of all possible care to the seriously injured patients. The Kauvery Institute Orthopaedic Accident and Trauma care team of medical experts, include trauma/acute care surgeons, neurosurgeons, vascular surgeons, plastic surgeons and other physicians who address traumatic injuries. This collection of expertise ensures that patients receive the best possible care to help maximize recovery and speed up their return to normal activities.
1. The most advanced medical technology
2. A constant upgrade of an array of diagnostic devices and orthopaedic instruments
We treat patients, who are the victims of a fresh auto accident or are sufferers of injuries from long term aftereffects of an auto accidents, with the use of the latest orthopaedic techniques.
A fractured bone can become infected. Our trauma care experts initiate quick efforts to decontaminate the broken ends of the bone (s), so as to expeditiously stabilize the patient and help in the healing process. Speed is always of the essence in detecting bone infections in patients and in treating it.
Pelvic and acetabulum (cup shaped socket of the hip) fractures are of a very serious nature and depending on the displacement or instability of the hip, our team of surgeons may perform a surgery. The surgery will be performed to align the cartilage surface, to remove any debris from the joint and consequently to restore stability to the hip.
In some case mal-union of fractures or non-union of fractures can occur. When a bone does not heal within 6 to 9 months, after a fracture, it is said to be a non-union. In cases of mal-union, the bone heals irregularly in an imperfect position. In both cases it causes pain and allows limited mobility for months or even for years after the original injury.
Regardless of the nature of trauma to your musculoskeletal system, at The Kauvery Institute of Orthopaedic and Neurosciences, we endeavour to provide the best of care, utilizing our collective, medical acumen, state of the art technology and international medication safety care to restore our patients’ quality of life.