It is possible to perform all kinds of orthopedics and trauma surgery. Approaches and surgical methods in the treatment of fractures are constantly renewed.
In parallel with technological advances, better, more modern and harmless treatment methods and equipments are continuously being developed. By applying these new methods, our aim is to return the patient to his/her daily life as soon as possible.
Arthroscopic surgery for knee and shoulder joint injuries and diseases is performed using advanced techniques. Arthroscopic knee surgeries; meniscectomy or meniscus repair, arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament, and reconstruction of combined ligament injuries, arthroscopic microfracture in cartilage injuries. Bankart repair, subacromial impingement syndrome, labral tear excision-repair, cartilage surgery, rotator cuff repair are performed in patients with shoulder dislocation.
Tendon cuts of the hand, wrist and forearm, peripheral nerve cuts, skin and muscle tissue losses, fractures and nerve compressions caused by crush and compression are treated.
Vascular nerve injuries are treated microsurgically; muscle and skin transplants are used for tissue damage in crush injuries.
Hip and knee prosthesis, periacetabular and high tibial reconstructive bone surgeries are performed in arthrosis (calcification) (gonarthrosis and coxartrosis). Degenerative diseases of the foot and ankle, fractures, ligament ruptures, treatment of cartilage injuries; In sports injuries, surgical interventions are performed to enable athletes to return to sports as soon as possible. Congenital hip dislocation, crooked foot, cerebral palsy, congenital deformities, flat insoles and tumors, developmental disorders and fractures of children under 16 years of age are followed up and treated.
Ultrasonography is used in our hospital for early diagnosis of hip dislocation in the newborn period, which significantly increases the chances of success of the treatment.
In orthopedic tumors, limb-sparing surgical technique is used by using artificial joints, allograft and autograft bones. External fixators are used in extremity (arm-leg bone lengthening operations), bone deformities and nonunion and bone infections.
Flat Insoles (Pes Planus), Spine Fracture, Polycythemia, Gout Disease, Arthrosis, Bone Tumors, Lumbago and Disc Hernia, Bone Membrane Inflammation, Back Pain, Bone Tuberculosis, Pott's Disease, Shoulder Drift, Rickets, Bone Melting (Osteoporosis), Ankylosing Spondylitis, Paget's Disease