Orchid Medical Centre, Department of orthopaedics & Joint Replacement is one of the best and most comprehensive orthopaedic practices in Jharkhand. A wide range of diagnoses, surgeries and treatments are performed in this department, prominent among those are:
Orchid medical centre has a dedicated Orthopaedic OT with the latest medical equipment including an arthroscope with image intensifier and laminar flow air conditioning.
Orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeon is recognized nationally for his surgical technical excellence and innovative abilities to solve both simple and difficult orthopaedics problems.
The department of orthopaedics & Joint Replacement uses the latest techniques and technology to improve care for people. If you need medical care for your bones, ligaments, muscles, or tendons, the department of orthopaedics & Joint Replacement will provide you with the right diagnosis. Then they will plan surgical and nonsurgical treatment options, whichever will suit your medical needs. It will help you enjoy an active, pain-free life.
The department of orthopaedics & Joint Replacement is also backed up with a team of physiotherapy. They will help you right from diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
The right diagnosis is always important for a successful treatment. At Orchid Medical Centre, an Orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeon will give you proper time to listen and understand your symptoms. Our Orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeon may prescribe you several tests to identify the cause of your signs and symptoms. Then they work to plan a personalised treatment for you.
It is a break in your hip socket, i.e a “ball-and-socket” joint. The acetabulum (part of your pelvis), forms the socket. The femoral head (upper end of your femur) forms the ball. This joint allows you to walk. This break can cause a loss of motion.
Pelvis Acetabulum fractures are less common than hip fractures. In pelvis acetabulum fracture, there is a break in your hip socket i.e, acetabulum (part of your pelvis), whereas most hip fractures are in the upper femur.