Orthopedics & Trauma

Department of Orthopedics & Trauma

Bone and Joint injuries are often traumatic and need immediate medical care and attention. At Kauvery Hospital, the Department of Orthopedics & Trauma provides advanced care in the management of simple and complex injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

The department provides the following services

  1. Trauma and Emergency Care through the Department of Emergency
  2. Joint Replacement and Management care
  3. Neck and Back Ache Management
  4. Sports Surgery
  5. Frozen Shoulders
  6. Key Hole Surgeries (Arthoscopies)

The following are the commonly treated trauma injuries in the department

Accident Injuries

Compound fractures

Fracture repairs

Poly trauma complication management

Rotator Cuff Tear

Distal Radial Fracture

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Meniscus Tear

Tennis Elbow

Plantar Fasciitis

ACL Tear

Sprains

Stress Fractures

Ailing joint pain is one of the common problems faced due to old age, sports injuries and trauma injuries.

When a patient is referred for a joint replacement program, the Orthopedic Surgeon will suggest treatments based on the findings and diagnosis, taking into consideration the age, activity levels and medical history of the patient. The evaluations will be based on radiological, medical, physical and historical records of the patient. Both non-surgical and surgical options will be considered and discussed by the orthopedic surgeon, as a part of counselling and educating the patient.

The team uses best-in-class orthopedic implants to ensure a faster recover, rehab, and physio exercises for faster healing and prolonged benefits.

Modern lifestyle and poor posture have led to neck and back disorders among all segments of our population today.  Causes for backache also include medical conditions, trauma injuries, strenuous work, old age.

Key Services

Cervical Fractures (often caused by fall, sports injury, whip lash, contact injuries)
Neck Pain management using medication, physiotherapy, neck brace and surgical interventions
Lower Back pain surgeries to treat damages to intervertebral discs, nerve roots, stress etc
Long term physiotherapy and rehabilitation services
Neck Sprain
Osteoporosis and Spinal Fractures
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Mr. Jenifer Jones

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