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The joint cartilage surfaces have to be slippery and smooth. The issues that occur on the surface start in the form of pain, swelling, loss of function and increased temperature (dolor) and in time the loss of function becomes permanent without the pain, swelling and the increase in temperature, and the joint wears out, restricting movement. Once the joint cartilage is completely worn out the pain becomes permanent and constant. Although the cartilage has no sense of pain, restricted movement and loss of function are enough to consult a physician even if the joint itself does not ache. Different issues may occur based on the type of joint.
FRACTION, DISLOCATION and TRAUMA SURGERY
Trauma surgery is one of the main subjects of orthopedics and traumatology and it’s concerned with the Diagnosis and Treatment of bone fractions. The main goal of surgery is bestowing movement to joints early and providing it with being able to provide weight bearing immediately. Dislocation surgery is rarely performed in which fractures involving the joint or neglegted cases. The gold standard of the treatment of Habituel dislocations and dislocation related cartilage is Arthroscopy.
CHILDHOOD ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS
These are the developmental disorders that occur in utero caused by a lapse in any period of skeletal development. In cases where it doesn’t lead to organ failure, full recovery can be achieved via early intervention.SPINAL PROBLEMS (Scoliosis, Kyphosis)
JOINT PROBLEMS (Developmental Hip Dislocation, High Scapula)
DWARFISM / ABSENCE OF LIMBS, FOOT PROBLEMS (Equinovarus, Equinus, Adductus)
AGING and ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS
Aging is a physiological process. Aging in the muscular and skeletal systems of the human body may manifest itself through the loss of bone density (osteoporosis), or the softening and erosion of joints or cartilage (chondromalacia and arthrosis).
Timely orthopedic treatments can prevent fractures (hip-spine, wrist) or joint erosion, or spinal deformities (de novo scoliosis, kyphosis).
ATHLETIC HEALTH and ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Sporting activities are an integral part of daily life and can cause injuries at any age. Orthopedic surgery has managed to provide the general public with the effort it normally displays in order to return professional athletes back to their field quickly.
Recent arthroscopic and minimally invasive techniques have generally been born out of necessities specifically in this field.