Orthopaedic condition

The orthopaedic condition of a child is weak because the muscles, joints, and bones are still developing. Some of the orthopaedic conditions that are treated in our hospital include:

a. General conditions which include sports injury, limb length inequality, fractures, bone cysts, growth plate fractures, etc.
b. Elbow and shoulder disorders like shoulder instability, SLAP tear, bankart lesion, and many more.
c. Foot and ankle conditions: Club foot, toe walking, and vertical Talus.
d. Hip and knee conditions: Dislocation, labral tears, Blount’s disease, ACL tears, etc.

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