The orthopaedic condition affects the musculoskeletal sy of the body, most commonly the bones or the joints. Because of the pain and dysfunction caused, orthopaedic conditions make daily life difficult. The condition starts slowly and gets worse with time if not treated.

The human skeleton is made up of solid organs called the bones which are in a constant state of renewal. At a young age, the rate of the production of the bone tissue is higher (ossified) than the breakdown of the old tissue (resorption). With age, the process gets reversed, now resorption takes place at a higher rate than ossification.


  • Elbow and Hand Problems
  • Hip Problems
  • Knee Problems
  • Neck and Spine Disease
  • Shoulder Problems


The old people are more prone to this disorder but it is not like orthopedic disorder can not happen to middle age or young people. Nobody is immune to this disorder. The causes of Orthopedic conditions vary but we have mentioned some of the most common causes.

  • Falls
  • Ankle Twisting
  • Sports Accident
  • Other Types of Accident
  • Severe Coughing
  • Blows to Specific Parts of the Body

Certain people’s bones are weak and thus they get a fracture easily after an accident or a fall. For instance, someone suffering from osteoporosis ( a rare disorder that makes your bones weak and fragile) will easily break a bone even with a minor slip. Also, the probability of breaking a bone increases in people who have a vision problem or someone who has difficulty in maintaining the balance thus making them fall often.

Moreover, bones don’t generally break similarly. The break can happen in a straight line, corner to corner, or in a winding way. Bones can likewise break into a few pieces and, in open cracks, or they may stick out of the skin.


There can be several symptoms that can lead to orthopedic disorder. The symptoms also depend on the affected body part. The most common issue that one can face are:

  • Swelling
  • Tenderness
  • Bleeding (when the broken bone has damaged the skin)
  • Major bruising
  • Failure to move a part of the body without pain
  • The abnormal angle of the bone
  • Bone sticking out of the skin
  • Numbness
  • Problem while lifting or rotating the affected part
  • Failure to put any weight in case of leg injuries
  • Pain while breathing in case of broken ribs
  • A cracking or snapping noise heard during the hour of accident or fall

Sometimes there are no signs of fracture or a broken bone after a minor accident but days later those hidden fractures cause major issues and become difficult to treat. That’s why it is advisable to visit a specialist doctor after an accident or fall.


Your body’s s can be used for the treatment of orthopaedic conditions. It not just minimizes the pain but also kills the requirement for drug and intrusive medical procedure. Above all the -based therapies provide a variety of advantages over many orthopaedic surgical options.

These -based therapies stimulate a natural healing response as it uses the patient’s s instead of artificial implementation. The probability of getting a post-treatment complication also gets reduced if a patient undergoes a -based therapy. Moreover, the patient treated with these therapies show significant improvement within a few days and usually recovers completely within a month.


We have orthopedic specialists who are experienced in treating injuries and conditions that influence the musculoskeletal framework. These surgeons are led by expert physician Dr. Solt who is well known for his contribution to -based therapies to treat various diseases.

Currently, we offer specialized treatment for the following conditions:

  • Elbow and Hand Problems
  • Hip Problems
  • Knee Problems
  • Neck and Spine Disease
  • Shoulder Problems

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