In traumatic injuries, it is possible to minimize the effects of bone, muscle or joint damage with rapid and effective treatments. In cases of trauma that causes movement limitation or severe pain, modern surgical intervention is very important in terms of eliminating the harm caused by trauma.
In the case of injuries such as falls, traffic accidents, injuries or crashes, short and semi-rigid plaster is preferred instead of classical plaster which completely restricts muscle functions. This plaster treatment, which is one of the modern treatment techniques and allows early muscle functions, facilitates the daily life of the patients.
The healing time can be accelerated by using bone stimulants for the treatment of stress fractures or small bones caused by trauma, and intramedullary nailing technique can be used to heal long bone fractures in the legs and arms.
For the treatment of intra-articular injuries following trauma, arthroscopic surgery provides better recovery and minimizes muscle and tissue damage.