Pediatric Orthopedic & Deformity Correction
Musculoskeletal problems which are child faces are quite different from those which are faced by an adult. This is owing to the fact that the body of the child is still growing. Therefore the response of the body to injuries, infections, and deformities is very different to what is seen in a fully grown-up adult.
Pediatric orthopedic surgeons diagnose, treat, and manage musculoskeletal problems in infants, children and young adults. This encompasses problems such as:
- Limb and spine deformities (like congenital knew dislocation, radial club hand, club foot, scoliosis, Torticollis)
- Gait abnormalities (such as limping)
- Bone and joint infections
- Broken bones
- Pediatric Fractures
Pediatric orthopedic unit is a highly specialized unit, which handles different orthopedic problems which are faced by children from birth till 15 years of age. The unit offers specialized care for children with any kind of musculoskeletal injuries or fractures. Latest techniques such as arthrography along with innovative methods such as percutaneous reductions as well as fixations keep problems of disability and deformity away from children. We offer Titanium Elastic Nailing for the long bone fractures. This encompasses treatment without plasters so that children can return to school and play at the earliest possible.
Our pediatric orthopedic unit offers comprehensive care and treatment for various pediatric orthopedic conditions. Services are provided in both outpatient and inpatient treatment settings. The specialists work in coordination with primary pediatricians to treat not just congenital orthopedic problems such as club foot but also pediatric fractures, bone and joint infections, Perthes disease, etc in children.
Apart from giving a happy environment to our young patients, our experts also communicate with the family of the children who are undergoing any kind of treatment. From advice regarding the diagnosis to monitoring progress of the child, our pediatric orthopedists ensure the best of treatment as well as recovery for each child.