Orthopaedic condition

The orthopaedic condition of a child is weak because the muscles, joints, and bones are still developing. Some of the orthopaedic conditions that are treated in our hospital include:

  • General conditions which include sports injury, limb length inequality, fractures, bone cysts, growth plate fractures, etc.
  • Elbow and shoulder disorders like shoulder instability, SLAP tear, bankart lesion, and many more.
  • Foot and ankle conditions: Club foot, toe walking, and vertical Talus.
  • Hip and knee conditions: Dislocation, labral tears, Blount’s disease, ACL tears, etc.

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