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Joint Pains Treated
Cold Orthopedics Treatment Delhi, Noida, NCR
Emergency Treatment Available : Yes
Any Age Limit : No
Follow-up Required: Not Always
Digital X-ray Available: Yes
Hospitalization Required: No
Blood Sample Collection facility : Available
Physiotherapy Treatment: Depends upon the condition
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Cold orthopedics includes the treatment of general orthopedic conditions that are not related to trauma. The most commonly treated orthopedic diseases are arthritis, cervical spondylosis, Back pain, Disc prolapse, bone infections, bone tumor and metabolic diseases like rickets, osteomalacia etc.
These diseases need a timely diagnosis, advanced medicines, and lifestyle changes if needed. The most commonly treated diseases are:
1. Bone Tumor – All bone tumors are not cancerous but all of them weaken the bones and make them prone to the fractures. The bone tumors must be treated as soon as possible. Sometimes they are diagnosed accidentally due to a fracture.
2. Arthritis – Dr. G L Arora is an expert for the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other septic arthritis. They are among the most common problems after 45 years of age. They need proper exercise, precautions and dietary modification along with medications to keep the symptoms at bay.
3. Pediatric Orthopedic treatments – Many children are born with certain deformities such as CTEV (Congenital Talipes Equino Varus or Clubfoot), CDH (Congenital Dislocation of Hip) and flat foot etc. Some need just the corrective exercises, others need braces or surgery. They must be treated well in time, as the deformity tends to progress with age.
4. Bone infections – Bone infections such as osteomyelitis is a very debilitating condition in which the bone starts dying from inside and the pus starts oozing out if not treated. This infection responds well to medications if the patients come in the early stage of the disease. In later stages of the disease, bone needs to be curetted and irrigated to remove the pus and dead bone with due course of antibiotics.