Orthopedic diseases are a group of diseases that affect our bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, or tendons. Living with orthopedic diseases or conditions can affect a person's daily routine a little or more. Orthopedic diseases may be caused due to aging such as osteoporosis, fall or accident, congenital defects, or poor growth (in children), metabolic changes such as gout, and metabolic bone diseases. Some common conditions treated at Landmark Hospital are problems of shoulder & elbow, hand & wrist, hip & thigh, knee, and lower leg, foot & ankle, and neck & back making us the best orthopedic hospital in Hyderabad.
ACL Tear: It is a tear or sprain of the anterior cruciate ligament of our knee, It is the commonly noticed sports injury.
Disc Herniation: We have connective tissue in between the spinal vertebrae and it acts as a cushion. Injury to this connective tissue results in back pain and also pain in different parts of the body. Treatment may range from conventional management to surgery
Meniscus Tear: Meniscus is the cartilage in the knee that acts as a cushion between the joint and also protects the bones from wear and tear. Meniscus tears occur in the knee due to a sudden forceful twist.
Osteoarthritis: The condition wherein the protective cartilage gets damaged with aging is called osteoarthritis. Hips, knees, and spine are mostly affected by osteoarthritis.
Pes Planus: It is also known as Flatfeet. It runs lengthwise along the sole and has not developed normally and is lowered or flattened out. It may affect one foot or both feet.
Rheumatoid Arthritis: It is associated with inflammation, swelling, and pain in and around the joints and other body organs.
Rotator Cuff Strain: It is usually a strain or tear of the tissues connecting muscle to bone in the shoulder.
Shoulder Impingement: It is a condition where your shoulder’s bursa and/or tissues connecting muscle to bone are intermittently trapped and compressed during shoulder elevation movements.
Stenosis: Stenosis is an abnormal narrowing in a blood vessel which is also called a stricture.
Tennis Elbow: It is an inflammation of the tendons, that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow.