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Scoliosis occurs when the spine is twisted from side to side. The spine may also be rotated out of normal alignment. On an X-ray the spine may resemble the letter C or the letter S. Scoliosis can be caused by a number of conditions, including spina bifida, cerebral palsy, spinal muscular atrophy and trauma.
Lordosis (also called swayback) occurs when the spine is curved inward. This may be caused by strength imbalances in the body, achondroplasia (in which bones grow abnormally), Spondylolisthesis (in which vertebrae slip forward) and osteoporosis.
Pre-operative assessment is required prior to the majority of elective surgical procedures, primarily to ensure that the patient is fit to undergo surgery, whilst identifying issues that may need to be dealt with by the surgical or anaesthetic teams. The post-operative management of elective surgical patients begins during the peri-operative period and involves several health professionals. Appropriate monitoring and repeated clinical assessments are required in order for the signs of surgical complications to be recognised swiftly and adequately.
Orthopedic and neurological disorders are disorders of two of the major systems in the body. The musculoskeletal, or muscle-and-bone infrastructure of the body, keeps the body upright and allows it to move. The neurological or nervous system, made up of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, coordinates the body’s voluntary and involuntary actions and transmits signals between different parts of the body.
Trouble in either of these systems, whether congenital or the result of injury or illness, can have wide-ranging effects. Healthy bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles are necessary for a child’s growth and development. The ability to move and exercise helps the brain and other systems such as digestion function and develop better. A healthy brain, spine, and nerves keep all the systems of the body communicating, moving, and working together. A healthy nervous system allows us to think, feel, and communicate with other people.
Congenital orthopedic disorders may include clubfoot, hip dysplasia, and scoliosis, while musculoskeletal injuries usually result from strenuous activity and include broken bones, sprains and strains, and bruises.
Congenital neurological disorders may include cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and spina bifida. Neurological injuries may include traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and as well as environmental insults from heavy metals such as lead.
Inflammation of the vertebrae
Inflammatory nerve inflammation
False ejaculation (similar to gout)
Rheumatology in children
Severe ulcerative arthritis
Reactive rheumatic disease
Inflammation of rheumatoid muscle inflammation and rheumatic skin inflammation
Frozen shoulder disease
Rehabilitation of the elderly and diabetics
Treatment of obesity
The center provides the best treatment services for children in the form of intensive physical therapy to the latest equipment to meet the needs of every child with any motor disability, we design natural treatment programs to meet, the center is characterized by a team of physiotherapists and specialists with expertise and efficiency, and is accurate in the timing of treatment sessions.
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