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In the Orthopedics Department, modern diagnosis techniques and state-of-the-art treatment choices are provided for the whole muscular and skeletal system, and for spinal diseases and traumas.

Procedures are as follows:

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    • Muscular and Skeletal System Fracture Traumas
      • Joint Dislocations
      • Muscle-tendon tears and breaks
      • Management of all fractures and dislocations of poly-trauma patients
    • Arthroscopic Surgeries (the shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and wrist)
      • Gonarthrosis and coxarthrosis
      • Hip and knee prothesis
      • Revision operations on prothesis infection and losses
      • Periacetabular and high tibial osteotomy operations
    • Spine Surgeries
      • Spinal Deformities (scoliosis, kyphosis)
      • Spondylolisthesis (dislocation of the vertebra)
      • Degenerative Spinal Diseases
      • Spinal Traumas (cervical, thoracal, lumbar, sacral)
      • Spinal Infections (Spinal tuberculosis, nonspecific infections)
      • Spinal Tumors (Primary – Metastatic)
    • Orthopedical Deformities
    • Bone Lengthening Surgeries
      • External fixation applications in bone deformities
      • Non-union fractures and bone infections
    • Various Pediatric Diseases of the Hip Joint (Congenital Hip Dislocation, Aseptic Necroses)
      • All types of congenital and developmental problems like congenital hip dislocation, pesequinovanus, hemimelia
      • All childhood orthopedic disease such as Perthes Disease, bone and soft tissue problems, bone infections, limping and length discrepencies.
      • All types of trauma and sport injuries, fractures, tendon and ligament ruptures
      • Neuro-muscular problems like cerebral palsy, myelodysplasia, obstetrical palsy, Charcot-Marie Toot Disease.
    • Total knee Replacement
    • Total hip Replacement
    • Ankle and foot Diseases (Hallux Valgus Etc.)
    • Arthoplastic Interventions (hip, knee, shoulder, endoprothesis surgeries)
    • Hand Diseases and Hand Surgery (Microsurgical interventions are also provided)
      • Surgery of the upper extremity
      • Surgery of the hand, wrist, and arm
      • Microsurgery
      • Replantation
      • Free tissue transfers
      • Reconstruction of all acute and upper extremity traumas, artplanties and arthroscopy of small joints
      • Reconstruction of congenital hand deformities
    • Tumors of the Muscular and Skeletal System