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Orthopaedics Surgery

Orthopaedics surgery is a procedure that aims to lengthen the arms or legs using the distraction osteogenesis method. This method benefits people with Orthopaedics discrepancies caused by various factors such as injury, fracture, congenital conditions or crush injuries. 

Orthopaedics surgery gradually lengthens the bones in the arm or leg over several months, allowing for the gradual growth of bone and soft tissues such as skin, muscles and nerves. This procedure can also correct gradual or acute deformities. At the Orthopaedics Centre, we often perform lengthening procedures on bones such as the humerus (upper arm bone), radius/ulna (forearm bone), femur (thigh bone), tibia (shin bone) and metatarsals (bones in the foot that affect the length of the toes).

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Total Hip Prosthesis

Hip replacement surgery, while posing potential risks such as infection and prosthesis loosening, generally yields successful outcomes when performed by experienced surgeons. Meticulous measures are taken to minimize infection risk, and modern prostheses have extended lifespans. However, complications like blood clot formation or prosthesis dislocation may occur, necessitating careful postoperative management. After surgery, reducing fall risks, adhering to physical therapy, maintaining hygiene, adopting proper sitting and sleeping positions, and managing nutrition and weight are crucial for a successful recovery.

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9.510,00
Hip Prosthesis on The Basis Of Hip Dislocation

Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is characterised by a progressive weakening of the joint between the femoral head (ball) and the acetabulum (socket). In people with complete dislocation, the head moves upwards during walking or weight bearing and forms a new socket. This newly formed socket lacks the correct shape and structure. A thorough examination is necessary for diagnosis and treatment. Factors such as gait, perceived shortening, range of motion and muscle condition need to be assessed. Treatment options include prosthesis, fusion and surgery. The prosthesis used for dislocation differs significantly from standard prosthetic surgery and has its own specific consequences and risks.For more information on treatment, please contact us.

10.600,00
Partial Hip Replacement

Partial hip replacement is a surgical procedure used to replace only part of the hip. In this procedure, only the damaged or worn part of the hip is replaced, while other parts are preserved. Partial replacement requires less tissue cutting and less bone removal than total hip replacement. Therefore, partial hip replacement surgery is usually less invasive and requires a shorter recovery period. Partial replacement is usually preferred when only part of the hip joint is damaged or worn. This method helps to reduce pain and movement restrictions while maintaining the patient's natural hip movements. Partial hip replacement can improve the patient's quality of life and restore mobility. The rehabilitation process after surgery helps the patient to fully adopt the prosthesis and return to daily activities.

8.580,00
Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy, also known as closed hip surgery, is a minimally invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat hip joint disorders. It involves the use of cameras and instruments to access the hip joint, resulting in smaller incisions, less postoperative pain, and shorter recovery times compared to open surgery. Common conditions treated with hip arthroscopy include hip impingement syndrome and torn hip labrum. Hip pain can stem from various sources, including bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and referred pain from neighboring organs. Recovery from hip arthroscopy depends on the severity of the condition, with degenerated joints requiring longer recovery times. Factors such as smoking, age, and body mass index can also influence postoperative outcomes. When conservative treatments fail to relieve hip pain, hip arthroscopy may be considered as a treatment option, particularly for young or middle-aged patients with hip impingement syndrome and labral tears.

10.870,00
Total Knee Prosthesis

Knee replacement surgery is performed to address severe knee issues like pain and restricted movement due to conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. It involves replacing the damaged knee joint with an artificial one made of durable materials. There are different types of knee prostheses available, including total knee, partial knee, patellofemoral knee, and revision knee prostheses. While knee replacement surgery carries some risks like infection or prosthesis loosening, it's generally considered safe. After surgery, following medication use, wound care, physical therapy, maintaining an appropriate activity level, and attending follow-up appointments are crucial for a successful recovery.

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8.080,00
Half Knee Prosthesis

Knee replacement surgery is performed to address severe knee issues like pain and restricted movement due to conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. It involves replacing the damaged knee joint with an artificial one made of durable materials. There are different types of knee prostheses available, including total knee, partial knee, patellofemoral knee, and revision knee prostheses. While knee replacement surgery carries some risks like infection or prosthesis loosening, it's generally considered safe. After surgery, following medication use, wound care, physical therapy, maintaining an appropriate activity level, and attending follow-up appointments are crucial for a successful recovery.

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9.220,00
Knee Arthroscopy

Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to visually examine and treat issues within the knee joint. It involves small incisions and fiber optic cameras to provide detailed images of the joint without the need for open surgery. This method is commonly used for various knee conditions, including torn meniscus, ACL tears, and cartilage problems. The procedure is performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the patient's preference and health condition. Recovery after knee arthroscopy is relatively quick, with patients typically able to resume normal activities within a few weeks. The procedure carries low risks, with complications occurring in only a small percentage of cases. Physical therapy may be recommended as part of the recovery process to strengthen the muscles and joints in the legs. Overall, knee arthroscopy offers a safe and effective option for diagnosing and treating knee joint issues.

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2.870,00
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is a common condition among athletes, involving the knee joint's critical ligament responsible for stability. Traumatic events such as sudden twists or stops during sports activities are typical causes. Symptoms include pain, swelling, limited mobility, and instability in the knee. Diagnosis involves medical history, physical examination, and imaging tests like MRI. Treatment varies based on severity, ranging from conservative methods like rest and physical therapy to surgical intervention, particularly for complete tears. Rehabilitation post-surgery focuses on regaining strength, flexibility, and mobility gradually, aiming for a safe return to activities. Recovery duration and approach depend on individual factors, emphasizing personalized care for optimal outcomes.

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3.710,00
Repair Of Meniscus Injury

Meniscus is a type of cartilage found in the knee. It ensures that the knees work firmly and properly. It is usually injured during sports or by movements such as sudden turning. Treatment options vary depending on how serious the injury is and its type. For small tears, methods such as rest, ice application, compression and elevation work. For more serious injuries, physiotherapy and exercises can also be useful. However, surgery may be required in some cases. This is usually an operation called arthroscopy, which is performed through small incisions. The aim of the operation is to repair or remove the damaged meniscus.

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5.170,00
Ankle Arthroscopy

Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose and treat problems in the ankle joint. It involves the use of an arthroscope, fibre optic camera and miniature surgical instruments to address various ankle-related problems such as cartilage lesions, impingement, removal of loose bodies and synovitis. Arthroscopic surgery offers advantages over open surgery, such as smaller incisions, lower risk of infection and shorter recovery times. Before the procedure, patients are advised to avoid certain substances and inform their doctor about medications. The surgery can be performed under general or regional anaesthesia with precise incisions made to access the ankle joint. The surgeon uses an arthroscope and surgical instruments to guide and address the problem; procedures range from simple to complex and potentially require immobilisation in a cast. After surgery, the ankle is typically wrapped and patients begin physical therapy to regain mobility and strength.

2.870,00
Scoliosis Surgery 6 Level

Scoliosis, a spinal curvature condition, affects millions worldwide, with over 2.5 million cases in Turkey alone. It often begins in childhood or early adolescence, with symptoms sometimes unnoticed until later stages. Awareness and early detection are vital, with Scoliosis Awareness Month in June highlighting its significance.The condition involves abnormal sideways curvature of the spine, typically forming a "C" or "S" shape. The severity, measured by the Cobb angle, varies from mild to severe. Causes include congenital factors, neuromuscular conditions, and idiopathic origins, with genetics playing a role.Symptoms, such as uneven shoulders or hips, may not appear until the curvature progresses. In adults, back pain may indicate scoliosis. Treatment aims to alleviate symptoms and prevent worsening curvature, often involving monitoring, bracing, physical therapy, or surgery for severe cases.Surgery becomes necessary when curvature exceeds 45 degrees and non-surgical methods fail. Techniques include spinal fusion or growing rod systems, with the goal of correcting the spine's alignment and stabilizing it for improved function and comfort.

8.190,00
Scoliosis Surgery 8/10 Level

Scoliosis, a spinal curvature condition, affects millions worldwide, with over 2.5 million cases in Turkey alone. It often begins in childhood or early adolescence, with symptoms sometimes unnoticed until later stages. Awareness and early detection are vital, with Scoliosis Awareness Month in June highlighting its significance.The condition involves abnormal sideways curvature of the spine, typically forming a "C" or "S" shape. The severity, measured by the Cobb angle, varies from mild to severe. Causes include congenital factors, neuromuscular conditions, and idiopathic origins, with genetics playing a role.Symptoms, such as uneven shoulders or hips, may not appear until the curvature progresses. In adults, back pain may indicate scoliosis. Treatment aims to alleviate symptoms and prevent worsening curvature, often involving monitoring, bracing, physical therapy, or surgery for severe cases.Surgery becomes necessary when curvature exceeds 45 degrees and non-surgical methods fail. Techniques include spinal fusion or growing rod systems, with the goal of correcting the spine's alignment and stabilizing it for improved function and comfort.

11.450,00
MedNjoy Addams Extend Limb Solution™ Limb Lenghtening Surgery

Limb lengthening surgery is a procedure that aims to lengthen the arms or legs using the distraction osteogenesis method. This method benefits people with limb length discrepancies caused by various factors such as injury, fracture, congenital conditions or crush injuries.

Limb lengthening surgery gradually lengthens the bones in the arm or leg over several months, allowing for the gradual growth of bone and soft tissues such as skin, muscles and nerves. This procedure can also correct gradual or acute deformities. At the Limb Lengthening Centre, we often perform lengthening procedures on bones such as the humerus (upper arm bone), radius/ulna (forearm bone), femur (thigh bone), tibia (shin bone) and metatarsals (bones in the foot that affect the length of the toes).

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How many centimeters can I gain with Leg Lengthening Surgery?

With a single surgery; Minimum 6 cm, average 7 cm, maximum 8-10 cm lengthening can be achieved. If you have a flexible structure, it can be considered as 9-10 cm. As the amount of lengthening increases, the tension in the muscles and ligaments increases. Decisions are made by applying the necessary exercises and rehabilitation protocol to ensure that the process is within safe limits.

What kind of Leg Lengthening Surgery methods existed?

The most preferred method in recent years is the combined (LON) method. As with classical methods, the device doesn’t stay on your leg for a long time and is more advantageous in terms of price. Lengthening is achieved with an intramedullary nail placed in the bone and an external device applied.

The patient gets rid of the device in 2-3 months. Another advantage of the LON method is that the patient can walk with crutches after the surgery. With the intramedullary nail (Precice) method, lengthening is achieved with a nail applied completely into the bone. It is the most comfortable and most expensive method. This method doesn’t require any external device. Its disadvantage is that it is expensive and the patient needs to be mobilized with a wheelchair as the nail can’t bear the full load during the lengthening process.

How long does my recovery process take after limb lengthening surgery?

Lengthening process begins on the 5th-7th day after the surgery. Extension of 1 mm per day can be achieved. The duration will vary depending on the targeted amount of extension. The full recovery process is completed in a time equal to the amount of lengthening in months. In other words, a treatment period of 6 months should be calculated to achieve 6 cm of lengthen.

When can I walk after surgery?

When lengthening is performed with the combined (LON) method, the patient can walk with the help of crutches the day after the surgery. Walking without support can be achieved once the lengthening process is completed. In the lengthening process with the Precise method, the patient must use a wheelchair because he can’t bear weight on his leg during the lengthening process.

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