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Pediatric care
Pediatric orthopedics

Pediatric orthopedics is a dedicated field of medicine that addresses the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic conditions in children, encompassing everything from developmental anomalies and deformities to injuries and various orthopedic diseases. Injuries in children, such as fractures, sprains, and dislocations, demand swift and effective care. Our emergency service team stands ready to provide immediate medical attention and surgical intervention if required.

The journey through orthopedic conditions often includes a rehabilitation phase, which is an integral part of the recovery process. Our physiotherapists develop tailored programs for each patient, aimed at improving mobility, strength, and overall functionality. The adoption of minimally invasive techniques, such as endoscopic surgery, plays a crucial role in this area, offering surgeons greater precision and patients a faster recovery.

At Sava Memorial Hospital, we have assembled a team of experienced pediatric orthopedists, doctors who are dedicated to working with children and understand the complexity of communicating with children and their families in these situations. No two injuries or deformities are the same, and each patient experiences them differently. At Sava Memorial we place immense value on personalized care, ensuring each child's healing journey is as comfortable and effective as possible.

Surgery for congenital anomalies
1. Congenital Foot Anomalies
2. Adductus Correction
3. Achilles Tenotomy
4. Corrective Osteotomies
5. Clubfoot
Surgery for acquired deformities
1. Acquired or Developmental Foot Deformities
2. Acquired or Developmental Knee and Lower Leg Deformities
3. Developmental Hip Disorders (Congenital Hip Dislocation, Subluxation, or Dysplasia)
4. Surgical Treatment of the Achilles Tendon
1. Upper Extremity Trauma: Elbow Fractures (Supracondylar Humerus Fractures, Lateral Condyle Humerus Fractures, Radial Head Fractures)
2. Forearm Fractures
3. Lower Extremity Trauma
4. Ilizarov apparatus
5. Revision Surgery