• Addressing Orthopedic Deformities: Understanding the Challenges

    Orthopedic deformities encompass a wide range of conditions that affect the alignment, shape, or function of the musculoskeletal system. These deformities can arise from congenital anomalies, developmental issues, traumatic injuries, or degenerative diseases. Common examples include scoliosis, clubfoot, limb length discrepancies, and malunions following fractures. These deformities not only affect physical appearance but can also lead to pain, impaired mobility, and functional limitations. Orthopedic surgeons employ various diagnostic tools, including imaging studies like X-rays and MRIs, to assess the extent of deformity and plan appropriate interventions.

  • Corrective Interventions: Restoring Functionality and Quality of Life

    Orthopedic deformity corrections aim to realign bones, joints, and soft tissues to restore normal anatomy and function. Treatment approaches may include nonsurgical methods such as bracing, physical therapy, or orthotic devices for milder deformities. However, more severe or complex deformities often require surgical intervention. Orthopedic surgeons utilize advanced techniques such as osteotomies (bone cuts), joint fusions, or external fixation devices to correct deformities and stabilize affected areas. These procedures are tailored to the individual needs of the patient and may involve multidisciplinary care teams including orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and rehabilitation specialists to optimize outcomes and improve overall quality of life.

Pediatric Orthopedics: Correcting Developmental Deformities

Specialized Care for Growing Bodies

  • Early Intervention: Addressing Developmental Abnormalities for Optimal Outcomes
  • Growth Modulation: Guiding Bone Growth to Correct Alignment Irregularities
  • Conservative Therapies: Bracing and Casting for Non-Surgical Correction
  • Surgical Precision: Tailored Procedures to Correct Deformities in Pediatric Patients
  • Holistic Approach: Multidisciplinary Care Teams Ensuring Comprehensive Treatment Plans

Understanding Orthopedic Deformities in Adolescents and Adults

Exploring Common Conditions Affecting Bone Structure and Function

  • Scoliosis: Sideways curvature of the spine
  • Kyphosis: Excessive forward rounding of the upper back
  • Lordosis: Exaggerated inward curvature of the lower back
  • Clubfoot: Abnormal twisting of the foot and ankle
  • Limb Length Discrepancy: Unequal lengths between limbs

Exploring Fractures: Elbows, Wrists, Ankles, and Knees

Understanding Common Fracture Patterns in Upper and Lower Extremities

  • Elbow Fractures: Olecranon, Radial Head, Distal Humerus
  • Wrist Fractures: Colles', Scaphoid, Distal Radius
  • Ankle Fractures: Lateral Malleolus, Medial Malleolus, Bimalleolar
  • Knee Fractures: Patellar, Tibial Plateau, Femoral Condyle
  • Types Include Hairline, Avulsion, and Comminuted 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-
Dr. Bushu Harna

Orthopedic Surgeon

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