Orthopedics and Traumatology

Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology

Trauma; Most of the time, we are surprised by the factors such as fall, sports injury, work accident or traffic accident. The damage may range from a simple soft tissue crush according to the severity of the trauma to fragmented fractures in large bones.

It is vital for the trauma patient to be met and the first interventions to be performed by the relevant specialist.

The approach and surgical methods in the treatment of fractures are constantly renewed. The aim is to return the patient to his daily life as soon as possible and without any problem.

Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries (Knee-shoulder)

Within the scope of arthroscopic knee surgery; meniscectomy or meniscus repair, arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, internal-external side ligament and combined ligament injuries, reconstruction operations, cartilage injuries, arthroscopic microfracture or osteochondral cartilage transplantation, shoulder dislocation; arthroscopic bankart repair, subacromial impingement syndrome, shoulder joint osteoarthritis, labral rupture excision-repair, cartilage surgeries and rotator cuff repair.

Spinal Surgery ( Spinal Surgery)

Inborn or postpartum spine; Scoliosis, kyphosis Schuermann kyphosis, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, spinal aging problems, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoporosis (osteoporosis), fractures, dislocations, spinal injuries and spine infections are some of the areas of interest for spine surgery.

Child Orthopedics and Traumatology

For the children under 16 years of age we interested in the management of congenital hip dislocation, crooked foot, cerebral paralysis, myelomeningocele, congenital deformities, flat foot, tumors, developmental disorders, and fractures.

Foot and Ankle Surgery

Degenerative diseases of foot and ankle, sports injuries, fractures, ligament ruptures, treatment of cartilage injuries.

Orthopedic Oncology

All bone, muscle and soft tissues, especially; medical and surgical treatment of all types of tumors of the extremities is interested in.

Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Arthrosis of shoulder and elbow, rotator sheath disease, arthroscopic and open surgical treatment of recurrent dislocation, overuse or trauma-related diseases.

Arthrosis-calcification

Treatment of gonarthrosis and coxarthrosis, hip-knee prostheses, prosthesis infection and revision surgery in relaxation, periacetabular and high tibial Reconstructive bone surgery is the area of interest for this section.

Extremity Surgery

Arm-leg bone extension surgery; bone deformities, fracture nonunion, bone infections and external deals with fixator applications.

Hip Fractures

It is especially the cases requiring treatment after the traumas to which the elderly patient group will be exposed.

Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery

Hand, wrist, elbow and arm problems related to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with the planning and implementation.

Among the clinical activities of the Upper Extremity Surgery Service are acute soft tissue traumas (tendon cuts, peripheral nerve cuts, skin and muscle loss due to crushing and compression), amputations (replantations using microsurgical methods, revascularization, etc.), hand, wrist, evaluation, coordination, diagnosis and treatment of fractures in the forearm, elbow and arm.

Upper Extremity Surgery

For late reconstruction of hand surgery; Wrist-elbow arthroscopy, small joint prosthesis applications, tendon transfers, microsurgical tissue transfers are performed in this section to solve congenital neuromuscular diseases and tumoral conditions after trauma and calcification.

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