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ORTHOPEDICS

Orthopedics

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Orthopedics is a surgical branch that allows us to move all the bones, joints, muscles, and nerves in our body. It works together with the physical therapy and rehabilitation departments.

Although the orthopedic branch was established primarily to treat congenital disorders, it has evolved over time and has become a surgical branch that includes the treatment of subsequent ailments and injuries.

Sub-branches of Orthopedics and Traumatology

  • Arthroplasty surgery (joint prostheses)
  • Sports traumatology
  • Height extension and leg inequalities
  • Pediatric orthopedics and traumatology
  • Hand surgery and microsurgery
  • Knee surgery and arthroscopic surgery
  • Shoulder and elbow surgery
  • Orthopedic oncology
  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • Bone inflammation treatment

Physical Therapy

As an innovative institution that closely monitors all scientific studies in the field of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, we are with you with special treatment methods for your musculoskeletal problems by our physiotherapists who are experts in their fields and aim to progress the appropriate physical therapy for every patient with a successful process in order to ensure patient health and satisfaction.

Our Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation department provides you with special treatment methods for your musculoskeletal problems by our experienced physiotherapists.             

  • Osteoarthritis (Arthrolit)
  • Disc hernias (lumbar-cervical hernia)
  • Meniscus and Anterior Cross Ligament Ruptures
  • Heel spur, in-toeing
  • Fracture, Post-dislocation treatment
  • Hip-Knee Prostheses
  • Athlete Injuries
  • Tennis Elbow - Golfer's Elbow
  • Fibromyalgia, Siciatica
  • Hemiplegia (stroke/paralysis)
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Scoliosis, Kyphosis
  • Rheumatic Diseases
  • Athlete Disablement
  • Rehabilitation After Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

According to the health problem of the person, the current condition is examined and appropriate treatment approaches are applied to eliminate pain and limitation in joint movements. These treatment approaches include;

  • Manual Therapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Electrotherapy agents (tens, EMS, Hotpack, Coldpack)
  • Therapeutic Exercises
  • Special Treatment Movements
  • Kinesio taping

Manual Therapy

It is a form of treatment applied only by hand without using any device or machine. The basic principle is that when our body works like a machine;

  • Both due to its own weight,
  • Active work against both gravity,
  • It degenerates as a result of traumas that disrupt both GYA and body smoothness.

While this degeneration does not cause structural changes in our body integrity, long-term repetitions of the same mechanisms may cause structural disorders that will strengthen dysfunction in muscles and joints.

It is aimed to eliminate the pain or limitations in joint movement caused by the problem by manual mobilization, manipulation or myofascial release techniques. In this context, manual compression-pull-extension-relaxation-joint movement-massing methods can be applied.

Thus, the physiological and anatomical angle of the muscles and joints is regained.

  • Daily life activities functions become better in a short time.
  • Even in a single session, most of the pain can be relieved.
  • No side effects.
  • It's natural.

Dry Needle Treatment

Our aim in dry needle treatment is to relax the muscles that cause pain. Dry needle therapy applied with needles of thin and various sizes relaxes muscle contractions that cause pain, especially in people, by stimulating them with the help of a needle. The needles used are called dry needle therapy because they do not contain any drugs or solutions and do not cause allergic reactions, drug interactions and drug-induced side effects.

Dry needle (IMS) treatment can be performed alone or in combination with other treatments by examining the person.

  • Applied with the help of special needles of different lengths
  • Its effect can be observed instantly compared to acupuncture
  • The number of sessions varies from patient to patient, according to the disease and the duration of the disease. Sometimes a single session is sufficient, but an average of 5-8 sessions is required.

Golfers Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)

The golfer's elbow is a disease characterized by pain and tenderness in the bone protrusion on the inner side of the elbow. Although it is very similar to the tennis player's elbow, in cases where the muscles that cause the wrist and finger to bend are used excessively, fluid accumulates around the beams of the muscles in this area and then small tears and degenerations begin to occur.

It is less common and milder than lateral epicondylitis. The etiology mostly includes repetitive forcing and microtrauma.

Golfers Elbow Symptoms

  • Pain from the inside of the elbow
  • In the following periods, pain spreads to the forearm.
  • Pain in the palpation of the medial part
  • Pain in resistant movements of the wrist with the elbow straightened
  • Weakening of grip strength

Golfers Elbow Treatment

As with the tennis elbow, our first goal is to reduce repetitive stress. Joint range of motion exercises and stretching exercises are included in the program. When acute inflammation and pain decrease, exercises to strengthen the wrist, forearm and shoulder muscles are started.

Osteoporosis (Bone Loss)

Bone Loss, also known as osteoporosis, is a disease that increases the likelihood of bone fracture due to the decrease in calcium in the bone structure.

The most common symptom of osteoporosis is pain in the spine and back. The cause of these pains is also explained as micro fractures seen in the weakening bone.There are a lot of microscopic fractures in the bones. These fractures are repaired immediately with new bone tissue made by the bodyHowever, this metabolic event is paused in osteoporosis. In this case, micro fractures grow and cause macro fractures. Symptoms of osteoporosis include low back pain and back pain, shortening in height, and especially sensitive fractures with hunchback.

Exercise in Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis 

  • To maximize bone mass in children and adolescents,
  • To maintain bone mass in adults,
  • Reducing bone loss in postmenopausal women and the elderly,
  • Reducing the load on the spine by strengthening the muscles
  • Achieving sufficient flexibility in muscle length
  • It is aimed to correct the posture.

Temporomandibular Joint

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMER) are very common problems in the society and include masticator muscles, jaw joint and related structures. TMER is quite common and can cause significant problems in the daily life of the patient, as it affects functions such as eating and speaking. Therefore, diagnosis and treatment are also of great importance. Surgical, analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs, splint, exercise, and physical therapy modalities can be used in the treatment of these patients. Although TMER usually varies according to pathology because it limits itself, conservative treatment methods should be tried first.

The aim of the treatment is to reduce pain, eliminate incorrect load distribution, correct function and return the person to normal daily activities.

Physical therapy methods are also used in TMER to reduce pain with their common effects, to reduce muscle spasm and increase tissue flexibility, to improve sensory impotence, to reduce inflammation, and to help tissue regeneration.

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Applied Treatments

Athlete Injuries | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Athlete Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Disc Hernias (Lumbar Cervical Hernia) | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Disc Hernias (Lumbar Cervical Hernia)
Dry Needling | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Dry Needling
Electrotheraphy Agents | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Electrotheraphy Agents
Fibromyalgia, Siciatica | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Fibromyalgia Siciatica
Fracture, Post Dislocation Treatment | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Fracture Post Dislocation Treatment
Heel Spur In Toeing | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Heel Spur in Toeing
Emiplegia (Strokeparalysis) | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Hemiplegia (Strokeparalysis)
Hip Knee Prostheses | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Hip Knee Prostheses
Kinesiobelting | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Kinesiobelting
Manual Therapy | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Manual Therapy
Massage | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Massage
Meniscus And Anterior Cross Ligament Ruptures | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Meniscus and Anterior Cross Ligament Ruptures
Osteoarthritis (Arthrolit) | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Osteoarthritis (Arthrolit)
Postoperative Rehabilitation | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Postoperative Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation After Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Rehabilitation After Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Rheumatic Diseases | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Rheumatic Diseases
Scoliosis, Kyphosis | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Scoliosis Kyphosis
Special Treatment Movements | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Special Treatment Movements
Tennis Elbow Golfers Elbow | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Tennis Elbow Golfer's Elbow
Therapeutic Exercises | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Therapeutic Exercises
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (Tens) | Treatments | Noyan Health and Travel
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (Tens)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What diseases does Orthopedics and Traumatology treat?
    • Congenital hip dislocations
    • Inequalities in the legs
    • Meniscus injuries
    • Crushing and sprains in joint ligaments
    • Nerve compression
    • Trigger finger
    • Tennis elbow
    • Joint calcifications
    • Sciatica
    • Heel spur
    • Cartilage injuries
    • Fiber breaks
    • Bone fractures
    • Bone inflammations
    • Dislocations in different joints
    • Arthralgia
    • Rheumatisms
    • Neck and waist hernias
  • How long does physical therapy take?

    After examination of the health condition, the duration of treatment is determined. Sessions usually last 40-50 minutes.

  • How much do physical therapy cost?

    Physical therapy fees vary according to your health needs and physiotherapy centers.

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