The latest treatments in Orthopedic Surgery

• What is Orthopedic Surgery? • Types of Surgeries and Problems • Specific Surgeries: Arthoscopic, Fasciotomy, Bone Grafting. • Positive and Negative effects that occur in Orthopedic Surgery.

Orthopedic Surgery corrects problems that occur in the skeleton and it’s ligaments and tendons. The surgery also helps correct problems in the nervous system, injuries of the spine and complications that occur at birth.

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Traction Amputation Reconstruction Spinal Fusion Joint Replacement Sprains and Dislocations

Traction treats muscle or skeletal disorders by using a cast or a splint to correct these types of disorders.

Amputation is the removal of a limb by surgery.

Reconstructive surgery is therapeutic or cosmetic adjustment of tissue.

Spinal traction is the correction of an unhealthy part of the spine by combining two or more vertebrae. Traction is usually done surgically.

Joint replacement is the removal of a damaged joint by surgery, then the joint is replaced with artificial joints.
Joint Replacement

A sprain is a partial or complete tear of a ligament or other soft tissue at the joint. Dislocation is complete separation of bones from the joints.

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