Orthopaedics is a medical speciality that focuses on the diagnosis, correction, prevention, and treatment of patients with skeletal deformities - disorders of the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and skin. Once devoted to the care of children with spine and limb deformities, orthopaedics now cares for patients of all ages, from new-borns with clubfeet, to young athletes requiring arthroscopic surgery, to older people with arthritis.
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Orthopaedic Doctors or ortho surgeons are qualified to diagnose orthopaedic problems, perform or prescribe treatments, and assist with rehabilitation. They diagnose and treat injuries caused by sports or physical activity, help you manage conditions that usually get worse over time, like arthritis or osteoporosis and help you avoid pain and discomfort from using a muscle or joint too often (also called “overuse injuries”).
Orthopaedic doctors specialize in treating the hand & wrist, foot and ankle, knee, shoulder and elbow, neck, back, hips. It is a common misconception that orthopaedic doctors always recommend surgery to treat bone and joint problems. In most cases, surgery is a last resort. Instead, your orthopaedic doctor will most likely recommend these non-surgical treatments –
The symptoms of orthopaedic issues will vary depending on the specific condition and body part. If you have any of the following symptoms, it is recommended you consult an ortho doctor online right away-
Such symptoms as pain, muscle spasms, numbness, swelling and stiffness may come and go depending on the specific condition and your activity level. Pain and other symptoms from orthopaedic conditions can limit activity if it worsens with movement. If your body hurts, is stiff, is often swollen, or if you have an injury in your joints, bones, muscles, or ligaments, you may want to see an orthopaedic surgeon.
The common illnesses that are treated by orthopaedic doctors are-
To book a video call consultation with an Orthopaedic Surgeon, go to www.amazingcareclinic.com and click the ‘Book Video Consultation’ button. Once you have done that the process is as follows-
From the list of doctors provided, choose a particular Orthopaedist that you want to consult with.
You will be taken to a page where you can see the schedule of the particular Orthopaedist and the available appointment slots will be displayed. Depending on your convenience, select a time slot for the appointment.
You will be shown a form to fill up. Please fill the form with accurate information about the patient so that the doctor has complete clarity before starting the session and submit it along with payment of consultation fees.
During your appointment, the doctor will perform a thorough examination by asking specific questions and requesting you to perform some actions. Based on your response to their exam the doctor will prescribe the right medicines to ease your problem or will advise you regarding the further steps that need to be taken.
After you finish the course prescribed by the doctor, you can set up a follow-up appointment to ascertain that your problem has been solved and also ask further queries to the doctor.
Yes, Amazing Care Clinics has rigorously vetted the doctors on the platform, so you needn’t worry about their credibility or the quality of their care. Our team manually verifies necessary documents, registrations, and certifications for every doctor.
Yes, prescriptions given through Amazing Care Clinics Video Consultation are valid and compliant with the Electronic Health Records standards of India.
Of course, you will get a refund in the unlikely case where Amazing Care Clinics is unable to set up the Orthopaedic consultation for you.
Arthritis. Shoulder Pain, Fracture, Difficulty in Climbing Stairs, Knee pain, Twisted Ankle, swollen wrist, Swollen Joints, Ligament tear, Back pain. Joints pain.