Orthopaedic Services

Top Most Common Procedures performed

  • Hip Arthroscopy (FAI pathology)
  • Knee Arthroscopy (Meniscal Raptures)
  • Knee Arthroscopy and Chondroplasty or Mosaic-plasty (Cartilage Reconstruction)
  • Knee Arthroscopy and Anterior or Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy and Subacromian Decompression / Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy / Distal Clavicle Excision
  • Ankle Arthroscopy (Cartilage Defects / Impingement)
  • Elbow Arthroscopy
  • MIS and Total Knee Replacement
  • MIS and Total Hip Replacement
  • Repair of Femoral Neck Fractures
  • Repair of Trochanteric Fractures
  • Repair of Upper Limb Fractures
  • Repair of Lower Limb Fractures
  • Forefoot reconstruction (hallux valgus, metatarsalgia)
  • Carpal Tunnel Release and any Hand Surgery

Orthopaedic Medical Services

  • Arthroscopic treatment of Sports Medicine Injuries in Knee, Shoulder, Ankle.
  • Arthroscopic treatment of Hip Pathology (labral tear, impingement syndrome).
  • Surgical Repair of Forefoot pathology (Hallux Valgus).
  • Osteoporosis and metabolic bone diseases.
  • Treatment of Spine Vertebral fractures with Vertebroplasty or Kyphoplasty.
  • Surgical repair of fractures of upper and lower limb.
  • New Techniques in minimally invasive joint replacement of the knee and hip (MIS Hip and Knee Arthroplasty).

The Importance of Rehabilitation

after Orthopaedic Surgery

Recovering from orthopaedic surgery can sometimes require the aid of a team of physicians and professionals that are well versed in the individual needs and requirements of orthopaedic procedures. Many times after surgery the patient will be assigned a rehabilitation team that will work closely with the surgeon and other related physicians to help the achieve movement and motion.

The length of time that a patient may require rehabilitative care depends upon various factors. The patient’s recovery speed and process is dependent on the type of surgery performed as well as the severity of the injury. The patients that have had particular Orthopaedic surgeries such as total joint replacements of the the hip or knee, reconstructions of the ankle, elbow, knee or spinal surgeries will all need post-operative rehabilitation. Patients that have had rotator cuff tears as well as laminectomies, meniscectomies as well as total shoulder replacements will also work in conjunction with their treating orthopaedic surgeon and our rehabilitative team.

The therapist is able to observe where the weakest parts of the patient’s body are and assist the patient to build strength. The aim of the rehabilitation therapy sessions is to provide the patient with enough range of movement and strength to be able to complete tasks independently. Once the patient returns to their home environment  (i.e. hotel or other vacation rental), they will  continue with on-site based exercises as well as motion and range building programs that will allow the injured site to heal the most satisfactorily. The orthopaedic surgeon will re-visit with the patient at clinic on various post-operative intervals to gauge progress and provide feedback and assessment and will be in constant communication with the therapist.