In our Department of Orthopedics, we have treated patients in OPD with back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, spondylosis, periarticular route arthritis, lumbar arthritis, facial diabetic leg and gangrene, and pus in the sinus.
Our way of conducting Orthopedics
Dr S.O. Gupta has been leading this department for a year and has treated fractures, like Both-Bone Forearm Fracture (BBFA), leg, neck, colles, femur, and supracondylar fracture – humerus and femur. He is an expert in Orthopedicsemergencies and OPD and has attended many CMIs for continues learning and growth for treating patients using the most developed technologies.
Changes brought by Orthopedics
Orthopaedics is one of the major concerns of specially-abled people as it relates to the abnormalities of muscles and bones. Not only specially-abled people but also their helpers face problems related to orthopaedics. This is because of the inability to make the right balance, postures, and aligning the weight of the body. Through our orthopaedics department, we have been able to treat specially-abled people, their family, and other financially backward classes from muscular and bone problems.
Orthopaedics is our main department towards the fulfilment of our goal of making specially-abled people independent and rehabilitate them in society. This department works well with other departments for coordinated efforts and success to cure one and all who reach us.