Many pediatric injuries and orthopaedic issues necessitate the care of paediatricians who are uniquely trained in the treatment of children. Our pediatric orthopaedic department is supervised by pediatric orthopaedic surgeons with speciality training.
Our objective is to deliver quality, compassionate treatment while addressing injuries and diseases through a comprehensive approach. Our goal is to return children to their normal activities in a timely and professional manner.
Cerebral Palsy :
Cerebral Palsy is a type of cerebral palsy. Damage or anomalies in the areas of the brain that control movement and coordination cause pediatric cerebral palsy. Even though the child’s spinal cord and muscles develop correctly at first, he or she has difficulties controlling his or her muscles.
Children frequently develop fractures when playing, participating in sports, or experiencing stressful events such as vehicle accidents. Because children’s bones heal more quickly than adults’, urgent treatment is required if your child breaks a bone. When choosing a treatment strategy for pediatric fractures, other considerations such as growth plate fractures, the severity of the fracture, and the involvement of adjacent tissues are taken into account.
Congenital talipes equinovarus(CTEV)
It is present at birth many theories are attributed to this condition but no proper hypothesis is concluded as final. The talus bone of foot is rotated inwards and in plantar flexion. It can be treated at birth with ponsetti method of casting and use of D-B shoes but severe or relapsed cases require posteromedial release of medial side of foot to external fixator correction by JESS fixator. In severe neglected cases patients will have to undergo triple arthrodesis of the foot
Scoliosis is a condition that affects the spine. Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine curves sideways. It is more common in teens and children. Scoliosis can be treated in a variety of ways, depending on the severity of the condition and the patient’s age.
Sports Injuries in Children and Adolescents :
Many children engage in some form of sports exercise or sport. While sports can be a terrific way for your kids to get some exercise, they can also put them at risk for some ailments. Knowing how to recognize sports injuries and working with a highly qualified pediatric orthopaedic staff will help guarantee that your child is appropriately cared for if an injury occurs.
Hip Dysplasia :
Hip Dysplasia is a condition that affects the hip joint. Hip dysplasia in children occurs when the hip socket is insufficiently shallow to support the femur head (thighbone). This can result in hip instability and dislocation in the long run. It can be detected at birth and can cause delays in walking, the development of a limp, and chronic joint derangement if left untreated can cause impingement and even arthritis, both of which are quite painful.
If you have any inquiries regarding your children’s bone health then book an appointment with us as soon as possible. We are surely your one-stop to curb any bone diseases irrespective of age factor.