Orthopedics

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Treatment (ACL)
Anterior Cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most critical ligaments that keep the knee joint stable. This ligament will have the task of connecting femur to Tibia.
Shoulder Arthroscopy
During the arthroscopy of the shoulder, your surgeon inserts a small camera called the arthroscope into the shoulder joint. This camera shows the images on a screen, and your surgeon uses these images to guide a tiny surgical instrument in…
Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Fortunately, most new methods of shoulder treatments and surgeries are available in Iran, and shoulder specialists can now perform various operations, such as joint replacement in multiple ways, which leads to pain relief in arthritis.
Repair ACL - Arthroscopy
The ruptured ACL is removed with the help of a telescope-shaped slim device called an Arthroscope and replaced the transplanted tissue. The arthroscope has a camera and a light source, and it enters a knee joint through a small incision in…
Foot and Ankle Surgery
What is foot and ankle surgery?Foot and ankle surgery is referred to a number of surgeries that are operated on foot and ankle. The surgeries consist of a range of procedures including correcting the joints, lengthening the tendons, and an…
Hallux Valgus Surgery
Surgery may be advised if non-surgical treatments do not respond, and the patient has trouble walking or suffers from severe pain. Medicine can be used to restore the toe to its primary status. During surgery, bones, ligaments, tendons, an…
Arthroscopy
Arthroscopy is a surgical device used by an orthopedic surgeon to see the joints in order to diagnose or treat the disease. Arthroscopy refers to seeing the inside of the joint.
Meniscectomy
Meniscectomy can be total, in which all the affected meniscus is removed from the knee, or it may be partial, in which only part of the damaged meniscus is extracted. Mostmeniscectomy surgeries are usually performed using arthroscopy today.
Spinal Surgery
Spinal surgery is done when conservative treatments have not responded and the pain in the back persists.
Total Knee Replacement
When a patient has pain or the bone in his knee is eroded, the surgeon substitutes the joint. The patient's age should be over 60 years of age.
Total Hip Replacement
In the operation of the hip replacement, the surgeon removes the cartilage and lost bone from the hip joint and replaces it with artificial organs.
Spinal Fusion
Spinal fusion means connecting the vertebrae. In this type of surgery, two or more beads may be attached. The purpose of this surgery is to eliminate pain, instability, or other symptoms of the disease by reducing the movement of the verte…
Bilateral Hallux Valgus
Surgery may be advised if non-surgical treatments do not respond, and the patient has trouble walking or suffers from severe pain. Surgery can be used to restore the toe to its primary status. During operation, bones, ligaments, tendons, a…
Hip Replacement
In the operation of the hip replacement, the surgeon removes the cartilage and lost bone from the hip joint and replaces it with artificial organs.
Elbow Fracture
Elbow fracture is one of the common fractures in children. The significance of this fracture is the probability of damage to the vessels and nerves of this area and long-term outcomes such as the stiffness of the elbow joint, which may be …
Forearm fracture
The doctor first needs to know what kind of fracture it is. To do this, first, a CT scan is required. Based on the condition, the doctor puts the broken bones in their places. If the fracture is compound, the physician will use pins to put…
Pelvic Surgery
Pelvic surgery is used to treat the pain and disability of the patient. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common reasons for this surgery. Because, this disturbance limits the range of the person's movement, and even the person will not be…
Total Knee Arthroscopy
Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that diagnoses and cures knee joint problems. During this operation, the surgeon creates a tiny cut and takes a small camera called the arthroscope to the knee. This device allows the surgeon to see…
Hip nailing
Femoral fractures often require surgery and fixation. Hip nailing is used to reconnect the loose bone fragments of the broken femur.
Rotator Cuff Surgery
In cases when the symptoms of the disease last a long time (about 6- 12 months), and in cases of extensive rupture (more than 3 cm), non-surgical treatment may not have satisfactory results. In these cases, the doctor usually decides to un…
Joint Replacement Surgery
The main reason for joint replacement surgery is arthritis. When the joint is damaged due to injuries causing severe pain that interferes with daily activities the surgeon may suggest surgery.
Arthrotomy
Arthrotomy is a common name for any surgery in which the joint capsule is split.
Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL)
In cases which apart from posterior cruciate ligaments, other knee ligaments are injured, or in circumstances which the rupture is accompanied by a fracture, the orthopedic surgeon may decide to perform surgery.
Femural Fracture-Thigh
Thigh fractures are defined as fractures that occur in the upper quadrant of the femur bone. The fracture rate depends on the involved forces. The choice surgery used to treat thigh fracture is mainly based on the damaged bone, soft tissue…
Knee Replacement
How knee replacement surgery is done?The knee replacement surgery is a 2 to 4-hour procedure. It starts with putting you under general anesthesia. The orthopedic surgeon will first make a 5 to 8-inch incision. Next, he/she prepares the bon…
Achilles Tendon
The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the body. This tendon causes the joints of gastrocnemius and soleus to be attached to the back of the heel bone, and by transferring force from the muscle to the bone, creating plantar flexion…
Knee Osteotomy
This surgery is done in a variety of ways; the most common methods are closing wedge and opening wedge. Most of these osteotomies are done in the tibia, in the femur bone, and special cases, in both locations.
Bone Tumor
Bone tumor refers to the neoplasm growth of bone tissue. Abnormal bone growth can be malignant or benign.
Meniscus Surgery
This method is used to treat torn knee cartilage, which cannot be addressed by other means.
High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO)
The operation is performed for people with Genu Varum or tibia vara. This operation decreases the knee pain because the direction of the bone is corrected.
Knee Arthroscopy
Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that diagnoses and cures knee joint problems. During this operation, the surgeon creates a tiny cut and takes a small camera called the arthroscope to the knee. This device allows the surgeon to see…
Bilateral Carpal Tunnel Surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist canal. Surgery is usually performed by general anesthesia or local anesthesia of the entire upper body. Surgery can be done in two ways: Open and closed.
Carpal Tunnel Surgery (CTS)
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist canal. Surgery is usually performed by general anesthesia or local anesthesia of the entire upper body. Surgery can be done in two ways: Open and closed.
Femur Fracture
If there is a hip dislocation with fracture, this dislocation should be fixed immediately, and then the doctor decides on the femur fracture. The decision on how to treat these fractures is different depending on the type of fracture.
Knee Prosthesis
Knee replacement is usually done in patients with knee osteoarthritis at the age of 60-80 years. However, younger patients whose pain and joint destruction are severe may benefit from this surgery at an earlier age.
Heel Spur Treatment
If after 12 months of active treatment, the pain from heel spur persists, the doctor may decide to perform surgery.
Unilateral Hallux Valgus
Surgery may be advised if non-surgical treatments do not respond, and the patient has trouble walking or suffers from severe pain. Surgery can be used to restore the toe to its primary status. During operation, bones, ligaments, tendons, a…
Unilateral Carpal Tunnel Surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist canal. Surgery is usually performed by general anesthesia or local anesthesia of the entire upper body. Surgery can be done in two ways: Open and closed.
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