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ORTHOPAEDIC PROCEDURES

Branch of surgery including surgical treatment of organs in the area of bones and joints. The most common reason for taking treatments in this regard are traumatic or degenerative changes, also congenital disorders.


HAND SURGERY - DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTURE

Dupuytren’s contracture is a genetic illness that causes permanent flexion of the fingers and impairs the functioning of the hand. Surgery is the most-effective treatment for this ailment and, in most cases, its effects are permanent.

During the Dupuytren’s contracture surgery, the surgeon cuts out nodules that are characteristic of this condition, and the thickened fragments of the muscle tissue that have been affected by the disease. The whole procedure is performed under local or general anaesthesia. To ensure the best results, rehabilitation is ...
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KNEE ARTHROSCOPY

Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive orthopaedic surgical technique used to diagnose and repair damaged joints. A small incision is made in the skin, through which an arthroscope is advanced into the joint.

The arthroscope is a special device that sends images from the inside of the examined joint to a computer screen. This enables the doctor to carry out a detailed assessment of the damaged tissues and to repair them without major surgery. Because it is associated with a lower ...
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TRIGGER FINGER

Trigger finger is one of the most-common causes of pain in the hand. It causes functional impairment of the hand and is most common amongst women. Surgery for trigger finger can successfully eliminate this condition.

The disease is usually caused by the development of a degenerative nodule of the tendon at the base of the finger, which begins to interfere with the normal motion of the joint as it grows. Initially, a snapping noise can be heard during movement of the finger. Over ...
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CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the more-common neuropathic disorders and it impairs the normal functioning of the hand. Surgery is an effective way to relieve pain and restore full functionality of the limb.

Carpal tunnel syndrome manifests by pain and numbness in the fingers, which interfere with the patient’s daily functioning. Initially, the pain occurs mostly at night, preventing the patient from sleeping. With time, however, the pain also occurs during the day, interfering with the everyday activities. The disease is ...
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ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT - ACL - RECONSTRUCTION

Cruciate ligaments are among the most-important elements of the knee, as they are responsible for its proper functioning. If they tear, surgery is usually the only treatment option. It enables reconstruction of the ligaments.

An anterior cruciate ligament tear usually occurs during strenuous sports, such as skiing or football. It results in the loss of stability of the knee joint and severe pain. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery involves recreating the ligament using tissue grafts, which may be harvested from the patient ...
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HAND SURGERY

Surgeries of the upper limbs include a wide range of procedures. The complexity of these organs has resulted in the emergence of a separate branch of surgery devoted to the treatment of this body part that allows restoring full functionality to the limb.

What does hand surgery involve?Hand surgery may be performed on the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, or the shoulder. Our team includes surgeons who specialise in such operations and have many years of experience in conducting even the most-complex procedures. At Polmedica clinics, we treat injuries arising ...
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JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY

Joint replacement surgery is a procedure that removes a joint that has been damaged due to trauma or osteoarthritis, and replaces it with an artificial one. The artificial joint assumes the function of the removed joint, restoring full functionality of th

Joint replacement surgery requires about 10 days of recovery in hospital. For the next two weeks, the patient should take anticoagulant medication. After the whole treatment process is over, the patient needs to undergo rehabilitation that is necessary to restore full functionality to the joint operated on.
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ANKLE JOINT ARTHROSCOPY

Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive orthopaedic surgical technique used to diagnose and repair damaged joints. A small incision is made in the skin, through which an arthroscope is advanced into the joint.

The arthroscope is a special device that sends images from the inside of the examined joint to a computer screen. This enables the doctor to carry out a detailed assessment of the damaged tissues and to repair them without major surgery. Because it is associated with a lower ...
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SHOULDER JOINT ARTHROSCOPY

Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive orthopaedic surgical technique used to diagnose and repair damaged joints. A small incision is made in the skin, through which an arthroscope is advanced into the joint.

The arthroscope is a special device that sends images from the inside of the examined joint to a computer screen. This enables the doctor to carry out a detailed assessment of the damaged tissues and to repair them without major surgery. Because it is associated with a lower ...
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