• Understanding Fractures

    Fractures, commonly known as broken bones, occur when there is a disruption in the continuity of bone tissue. They can result from trauma, such as falls, accidents, or sports injuries, as well as from medical conditions that weaken bones, such as osteoporosis or bone tumors. Fractures vary in severity and can range from hairline cracks to complete breaks that penetrate the skin. They are classified based on factors like the location of the fracture, the direction of the break, and whether the skin is broken (open fracture) or intact (closed fracture).

  • Causes, Types, and Treatment Options

    Treatment for fractures depends on various factors, including the type and severity of the fracture, as well as the patient's age and overall health. In many cases, fractures can be treated conservatively with immobilization techniques such as splints, casts, or braces to stabilize the bone and promote healing. However, some fractures may require surgical intervention, especially if the bone is displaced or if there is damage to surrounding tissues or nerves. Surgical options may include internal fixation with screws, plates, or rods to realign the bone fragments, or external fixation with pins and wires. Physical therapy and rehabilitation are often necessary to restore strength, mobility, and function to the affected area after the fracture has healed.

Orthopedic Revision Surgeries for Fractures

Exploring Strategies to Address Complex Fracture Complications

  • Correcting Malunions and Nonunions for Improved Healing
  • Addressing Implant Failure to Restore Stability and Function
  • Bone Grafting for Deficient Bone Healing and Reconstruction
  • Revision Arthroplasty to Address Joint Complications After Fractures

Managing Periarticular Fractures: Treatment Strategies and Considerations

Understanding Fractures Near Joints and Their Unique Challenges

  • Careful Assessment: Evaluating Fracture Severity and Joint Involvement
  • Anatomic Reduction: Restoring Joint Alignment for Optimal Function
  • Soft Tissue Management: Addressing Surrounding Ligament and Tendon Injuries
  • Stable Fixation: Ensuring Secure Fixation to Promote Healing
  • Rehabilitation: Physical Therapy to Restore Joint Mobility and Strength

Optimizing Fracture Management: Latest Implant Innovations

Advancements in Implant Technology for Enhanced Healing

  • Titanium Plates: Lightweight and Strong for Stable Fixation
  • Locking Screws: Increased Stability and Reduced Risk of Loosening
  • Intramedullary Nails: Minimally Invasive and Improved Load Distribution
  • Bioabsorbable Implants: Gradual Degradation, Minimizing Complications
  • 3D-Printed Implants: Customizable and Precise for Complex Fractures

Why People Choose Us?

Exemplifying Surgical Excellence and Academic Leadership in Orthopedics

  • Advanced Qualifications: Holds MS in Orthopedics, DNB Orthopaedics, and MBA
  • Specialized Fellowships: Extensive training in arthroplasty, arthroscopy, and Orthorheumatology
  • Academic Excellence: Presents at conferences on complex orthopedic cases
  • Surgical Proficiency: Demonstrates success in joint replacements and trauma surgeries
  • Patient-Centered Care: Prioritizes precision and patient well-being in treatments

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Dr. Bushu Harna

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