Orthopedic Surgery


Orthopaedics include extremities (arms and legs), spine and pelvis regions, or in other words, all joints, bones, muscles, and connective tissue (vascular, nerve, spinal cord) from the base of the head to the tip of the fingernail. Although it is not primarily interested in the treatment of vascular, nerve, and spinal cord diseases, these tissues are in front of the orthopedic surgeon at any time and they have to know about them. In the light of technology and scientific progress in recent years, perhaps the fastest progress, changing and even expanding the scope of a branch
Traumatology is the second most important component and multi-featured branch of emergency treatment.
Each orthopedic surgeon must have basic Traumatology equipment and general surgical equipment.

Orthopaedics and traumatology are subdivided into sub-branches as a result of scope expansion in recent years:

  • Spine surgery
  • Hand surgery and microsurgery
  • Arthroplasty surgery (joint prostheses - hip and knee weights)
  • Knee surgery and arthroscopic surgery
  • Shoulder and elbow surgery
  • Orthopedic oncology
  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • Pediatric orthopedics