Deformation correction

Deformity correction refers to the process of modifying musculoskeletal deformities through the use of orthotics or surgery. Deformities can occur anywhere in the body but are more common in the leg, foot and ankle. Deformities may be congenital (from birth), developmental (become worse as the child grows), metabolic (due to nutritional or enzyme deficiencies), due to injury or due to diseases like diabetes, cerebral palsy, polio, tumours or bone infections

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Benefits of Joint Fusion treatment -

  • To straighten a bone that is bent or twisted in a way that is not normal. After the bone is straightened, the arm, leg, or foot has normal alignment and function. 

  • It helps in achieving stability in the joint.

  • It improves alignment.


Benefits of Deformation correction Treatment From Us-

⦁      We have advanced technology-based laser equipment.

⦁      Treatments are done by the best Orthopedics.

⦁      We always use the best precautions before and after treatment.

⦁      We always care for you till the complete treatment.


Precautions before Deformation correction Treatment -

  • Stop taking medications such as blood thinners a week or more before surgery, as instructed by your doctor. 

  • Inform your doctor of any medications or supplements you are taking. 

  • Coordinate to have someone drive you home after surgery.

  • Do not eat or drink anything after midnight on the day before surgery.


Step by Step Deformation correction treatment-

  • For deformation correction  you have to visit our hospital.

  • Meet our orthopaedic specialist.

  • Test to Deformation correction part of body.

  • Start your treatment and follow the instructions

  • Follow the precautions rule and take medicines on time.

  • Take rest and be healthy.

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FAQ'S

The most common surgical method to treat bone deformities consists of carefully cutting the bone on purpose and then lengthening or correcting the limb. This corrective procedure, called osteotomy, may be performed with either internal or external fixation devices (more rarely together) to stabilize the cut bone.

A slightly deformed foot may be able to be corrected with special bracing and orthotics, but more severe foot deformity may require surgery

Flat feet (Pes planus): A flat foot has no arch at all. A flat foot is the most common structural deformity of the foot. It can be a congenital or acquired condition.