What is an orthopaedic surgeon?

An orthopaedic surgeon is a person who is trained in all manners to treat musorthopedic-surgeonculoskeletal disorders. Some surgeons practice general orthopedic while some others specialize in specific areas of orthopedic injury. The specialization includes arthroscopy, pediatric, joint replacement, foot and ankle, and hand. They also treat sport injuries, congenital conditions, infections, and tumors. Four basic steps are used by the surgeon for properly treating a patient.


It includes careful analysis of the problem of a patient.


After careful observation of the disorder, the treatment method which better suits the patient is confirmed.


Post-to-treament special exercises and therapies are given to the patient for complete recovery.


It involves guidelines and information to avoid any risk or complications of treatment.


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