Best Bone Fracture Treatment in Indore

Best Bone Fracture Treatment in Indore

In medical terms, a fracture is a medical condition in which the continuity of the bone is broken. At our trauma center in medicare hospital,Indore, we have immensely experienced orthopaedic doctors who successfully deal with a massive number of fracture and accident cases on a regular basis. The spectrum of their cases ranges from a single fracture to life-threatening musculoskeletal injuries. We carefully diagnose, and skillfully treat an array of fracture types. Some of them include hairline fracture, Impacted fracture, an Oblique fracture, Longitudinal fracture, Intraarticular fracture, Pathological fracture, Spiral fracture, Stress fracture, Torus fracture, Transverse fracture, Avulsion fracture,  compression fracture, Comminuted fracture, fracture dislocation, and Greenstick fracture. Most fractures happen caused by a massive fall or an accident. We adhere to international bone fracture treatment standards to treat our patients. Some of the symptoms of a fracture include swelling, bruising, excessive pain; incapability to move the impacted area, grating sensation, the inability of the patient to put any weight of the impacted area, bleeding, angulation, and discolored skin. If you experience any of the fracture symptoms, don’t wait and simply contact our orthopedic experts and get the right diagnosis and treatment at our trauma center. At our trauma  center in Indore, our orthopaedics doctors are available 24 hours to manage such injuries.

Upper limb care
Upper Limb

Upper Limb

An upper limb fracture can largely impact your ability to rotate your arm, straighten or bend your elbow and wrist. The upper limb fractures that we meticulously treat at our accident treatment center in Indore include a broken collarbone, elbow fracture, shoulder blade fracture, shoulder trauma, wrist fracture and fracture of the hand and fingers. Our doctors don’t advise surgical treatment unless necessary. Some surgical procedures for bone fracture treatment include immobilizing devices such as splints, braces, casts, and traction. The non-surgical treatment includes physical medicine and rehabilitation. Sometimes surgery is inevitable in circumstances where the breaks are severe, complicated, and resistant to healing. Some of the clear symptoms of upper limb fracture include bruising, swelling, tenderness, numbness close to the impacted area, restricted movement and mild or severe pain. In some cases, you may notice symptoms such as a clearly misshapen joint or upper limb accompanied with visible bone or broken skin. Should you need it, our bone fracture treatment unit holds the expertise in diagnosis, cure, and rehabilitation and takes you from sick to fit sooner than you know it.

 

Lower limb treatment
Lower Limb

Lower Limb

Common causes of lower limb fractures are sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, diseased bones and falls. Some of the lower limb fractures are also stress fractures caused due to over usage. Some of the common symptoms of a lower limb fracture include bruising and swelling, leg deformity, bone protrusion, severe pain, and incapability to move the impacted area. Some of the lower limb fractures are ankle fractures, foot and toe fractures fracture of the femur, fracture of the patella and tibial and fibular fractures. The non-surgical treatment for a typical lower limb surgery would include immobilization with traction for a few weeks, medication and special exercises such as physiotherapy. In severe cases, surgery becomes necessary and the only option. In such cases, screws, plates, wires, or stitches may be used internally to set the bone. However, our prompt bone fracture treatment reduces the risk of complications like infection and nerve damage. At our accident treatment center in Indore, our specialists work with you to work out the treatment plan best suited for your particular condition.

Pelvic fracture reconstruction
Pelvic Fracture Reconstruction

Pelvic Fracture Reconstruction

A pelvic fracture refers to a break in the pelvis bony structure. This may include a break of the tailbone, hip bones, and sacrum. Some of the common causes of pelvis fracture are falls, crush injury and motor vehicle collisions. More than often Pelvic fractures are severe. Once the doctors at our accident treatment center in Indore make the proper diagnosis of the condition of the impacted area and the capacity of the patient to take a surgery they take the path of surgical or non-surgical treatment. Patients who are either unable to tolerate surgery or patients with a stable pelvic fracture without dislocation or displacement are ideal candidates for non-surgical treatment that may include medications, walking aid, and physiotherapy. On the basis of the pelvic fracture stability, our experts advise one or more surgical procedures such as external fixation, open reduction and internal fixation, and skeletal traction. We are one of India’s top accident treatment centers in Indore with a unique legacy of innovation in bone fracture treatment and scientific discovery. Pelvic Fracture Reconstruction is a complex process and a difficult condition to deal with. It often is an orthopedic emergency, needs urgent stabilization and may require life support management.

 

Geriatric fracture management
Geriatric Fracture Management

Geriatric Fracture Management

In simple terms, Geriatric fractures are fractures that occur in older people beyond the age of 65. Our accident treatment center in Indore specializes in Geriatric Fracture Management. Elderly patients have a higher of adverse outcomes post-injury. Also, the elderly population may face a fracture even with minimal trauma; sometimes even normal movement such as bending down or getting up may cause a geriatric fracture. Some factors that contribute to geriatric fractures are low mineral content in the bone, loss of bone content, severe arthritis, low vitamin D, falls and injuries.  Common symptoms of a Geriatric Fracture include swelling, deformity, bruising, redness, sudden severe pain, and restricted movement. Geriatric Fractures are not normal fractures; hence need extensive care and treatment. Depending on the severity of geriatric fracture our medical experts decide whether to give surgical or non-surgical bone fracture treatment. While treating the elderly, you need to consider other medical conditions and the fact that it is a longer process. Our medical experts specialize in Geriatric fracture management and ensure all your geriatric fracture needs are adequately taken care of and looked into.

 

 

Complex fracture reconstruction
Complex Fracture Reconstruction

Complex Fracture Reconstruction

Fractures are tagged as complex when a bone breaks into pieces, when the bone is significantly damaged, when the soft tissues surround the impacted bone are also severely damaged or when the injured patient also has other illnesses that can complicate the healing and the treatment. Complex Fracture Reconstruction is much more than repairing a broken bone. Most complex fracture patients are seen as emergency cases.  At our accident treatment center in Indore the complex fracture cases are first catered to as an emergency case, and then a careful analysis is done as to what combination of doctors such as neurosurgeons, vascular surgeons, and internal medicine doctors are required to safely move the patient forward in treatment. A detailed diagnosis is done involving a number of procedures such as CT Scans, computerized tomography, and X-Ray. On the basis of the patient’s, strength and medical conditions injuries are prioritized, and treatment decisions are taken. Sometimes complex fractures reconstruction involves multiple surgeries.  Our bone fracture treatment in such cases is highly systematic to attain highest favorable outcomes.