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Orthopedic Surgery definitions

Orthopedic surgery is a medically invasive procedure performed by a surgeon on the musculoskeletal system. Musculoskeletal refers to bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons joints and other tissues that support and bind the body's organ together. In fact, orthopedics gets its name from combining the Greek words for orthos (straight) and pedics (child), as the keystone of orthopedic practice used to be treating spine and bone deformities. Today orthopedic surgeons often treat painful sports injuries or perform joint reconstruction surgery. If you are dealing with a problem that needs an orthopedic surgeon, you should find the following terms helpful.

  • Cartilage – A flexible connective tissue found in the joints between bones
  • Ligament – Fibrous tissue that connects bones to other bones.
  • Joint – Location where two or more bones connect that allow for movement and support.
  • Meniscus Tear – A common knee injury, especially among sports athletes. There are 2 pieces of cartilage called menisci around the knee that can be torn by twisting or turning too quickly, causing pain and swelling.
  • Joint replacement – A surgical procedure that involved replacing a heavily worn bone with a synthetic object. Hip and knee replacements are common orthopedic surgeries
  • Resurfacing – Resurface surgery is an alternative to replacement surgery. In the case of hip resurfacing, instead of removing the entire bone, a metal cap is placed over the bones. It is a less intensive surgery than a hip replacement.
  • Arthroscopy – A surgical procedure where a joint is examined and diagnosed by a professional for problems using an arthroscope, a small tube. This is often done on meniscus tears, ligament tears and knee and shoulder examinations.
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    Classen Charles H Jr DR
    2104 N Heritage St, Kinston, NC 28501
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    (252) 522-2020
    User Review: "They dont give you details and they dont do everything that they can possibly do." - Janna (NC)
    Orthopaedic Specialists
    509 Olde Waterford Way, Leland, NC 28451
    (910) 371-3331
    Wilmington Health
    1202 Medical Center Dr, Wilmington, NC 28401
    (910) 763-6289
    Atlantic Orthopaedics
    1222 Medical Center Dr, Wilmington, NC 28401
    (910) 763-2987
    Wilmington Orthopaedic Group
    2716 Ashton Dr, Wilmington, NC 28412
    (910) 763-7344
    Orthopedics Atlantic PA
    3787 Shipyard Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 763-2361
    Carolina Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Specialists
    1717 Shipyard Blvd Ste 320, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 799-0110
    Hanger Orthopedics
    1717 Shipyard Blvd Ste 150, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 791-3333
    Dale W Boyd MD Jr
    6019 Oleander Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 790-9714
    Jack W Bowling Jr MD
    5305 Wrightsville Ave Ste H, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 395-8333
    Port City Orthopaedics
    5302 Oleander Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 791-4492
    Demetrious Chiropractic Orthopedics
    5202 Carolina Beach Rd, Wilmington, NC 28412
    (910) 790-8020
    Carter Orthopaedic & Sports Medicane
    5220 Oleander Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 793-1043
    Port City Orthopaedics
    5305 Wrightsville Ave, Wilmington, NC 28403
    (910) 791-4492
    2716 Ashton Dr, Wilmington, NC 28412
    (910) 332-3800

    Orthopedic surgery is a highly specialized practice of correcting problems in the musculoskeletal system. Connective tissue, ligaments, cartilage, muscle and bone make up our skeletal systems. Over the course of our lives we can do damage to our bodies. Accidents, sports related injuries or normal wear and tear can cause chronic pain in our backs and spines. An orthopedic surgeon can correct these types of medical problems and allow us to live easier, more comfortable lives. It is no longer necessary to suffer in silence or to self-medicate in order to control our level of discomfort. Arthritis or a sports related injury can be treated with this type of surgical procedure. Problems with the legs or shoulders can be remedied according to a doctor's diagnosis. Sometimes it may be necessary for reconstruction of a joint or a knee may need to be replaced. As we grow older our skeletal systems weaken and are prone to breakage due to falls. Hip replacements are very common among the elderly. As our aging population grows, so too will the need for this type of healthcare. Some surgery is outpatient while other procedures may require a short stay in the hospital. Advances in modern medicine have made treatment for these injuries quick and effective. In many instances surgeons are able to reconstruct vertebrae or resurface hips or treat a meniscus tear. Those who suffer from pain due to arthritis may also find relief with a surgical procedure, but this is not necessarily the only or best treatment. You should discuss alternatives with your doctor before making any decisions.
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