Cura Orthopedic Clinic offers a full range of musculoskeletal and orthopedics services for the patients in Bangalore and its surrounding locations. We provide non-surgical and surgical treatments for sports injuries as well as a wide range of muscle, bone and joint problems. Our aim is to restore your health so that you can get back to your regular activities. We offer individualized treatment plans tailored to the unique needs of each patient and our staff is dedicated to providing outstanding support and assistance.
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Injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal system are referred to as orthopedic conditions. Bones, muscles, joints, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and other connective tissues make up this body system. Chronic orthopedic disorders or injuries can cause damage to any of these tissues or structures.
Low Back pain
It happens during intense lifting or sports causing difficulty walking or standing straight.
The pain occurs in lateral part of elbow while stretching or extending arm fully.
Ankle & foot pain
Ankle pain may be sharp, shooting pain or dull ache, depending on the cause.
Hand & finger pain
Arthritis results in inflammation, stiffness, discomfort, and swelling in the hands and fingers.
Hip pain is any discomfort within the area close to the joint of your hip.
It causes continuous, periodic, or irregular pain in the knees feeling tight & locked up.
Sharp pain in the shoulder blade or a dull ache in your shoulder.
The pain in the neck is usually aggravated when you twist, move, or stretch your neck.
When it comes to treating your problems, our surgeons use the most cutting-edge technology. Arthroscopy (knee, hip, and shoulder), Joint replacement, foot and ankle surgery, and sports medicine are among their specialties. We use the latest technologies and medical equipment into patient care, which helps doctors identify illnesses and treat patients effectively and effectively.
We use a digital radiography system as one of our diagnostic tools. Digital x-rays or digital radiography, utilizes a special imaging detector to detect the body's anatomy and produce an image digitally. They produce less radiation than older x-ray machines and are more safe for the patient.
Our physical therapy department is a part of our technology approach and also uses the latest techniques in rehabilitation, such as Graston Active-Release Therapy, Iontophoresis, H-waves and electrophoresis. Working side-by-side with us they are familiar with all the cutting-edge surgical procedures and are experts in the recovery process.
The period of time it takes to heal after surgery depends on the procedure. It is generally suggested that patients take two weeks off work to recover from any operation and then return to light duties. For a good recovery, your surgeon will give you specific guidelines to follow.
After surgery, regaining complete range of motion, strength, and flexibility takes time. That's where pre-operative exercise, education, and post-operative physical therapy programmers come in to make sure you're physically and mentally ready for surgery, as well as to help you recover as quickly as possible.
Pain, loss of joint motion, joint weakening, numbness, and an early start of arthritis are some of the consequences of not having orthopedic surgery for your illness.
The most frequent orthopedic injuries are strains and sprains as well as fractures and dislocations. The injuries can occur while playing outdoor or indoor sports or when exercising. Sports injuries can be caused by accidents, improper training, incorrect use of protective equipment, or inadequate stretching and warm-up exercises.
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