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Orthopaedic Trauma

Orthopaedic Trauma

In some cases Orthopaedic Trauma can be life-threatening requires quick diagnosis.

Orthopaedic trauma refers to a serious injury of the skeletal or muscular system caused by an external force, such as a fall or a car accident. This type of injury can be life-threatening, always require a urgent visit to the Orthopaedic Specialist.

There are many different types of traumatic orthopaedic injuries, the goal of an Orthopaedic Surgeon is to restore the function of the injured body part(s) as quickly and effectively as possible.

Causes of Orthopaedic Trauma

Most often, traumatic orthopaedic injuries are caused by:

  • Falling
  • Being involved in a car or motorcycle accident
  • Physical violence
  • Being injured while playing a sport (basketball and football have the highest number of orthopaedic injuries)
  • Natural disasters


Some diagnosis procedure followed in Orthopaedic Trauma include:

  • X-Rays
  • CT Scan
  • MRI
  • In some cases Blood Tests


Non-surgical treatments such as physical therapy, rest, and supportive braces/casts, may also be effective for certain traumatic injuries. Surgeries conducted for Orthopaedic Trauma only if it is not curable by Non-surgical treatments. Orthopaedic Specialist can go for a surgery ony after complete diagnosis of the Trauma.

Orthopaedic Specialist in Shreya Hospital at Ghaziabad have specialization in treating Orthopaedic Trauma. Dr Dev Mishra – Senior Orthopedic Surgeon working here at Shreya Hospital. He is having vast experience of more than 20+ Years in the field of Orthopaedic Treatments and Surgeries available in Ghaziabad and Delhi NCR.

Surgeries conducted for Orthopaedic Trauma under the supervision of Dr. Dev Mishra have most satisfactory results from patients. Advanced Operation Theater with well managed equipment and most hygienic environment at Shreya Hospital Ghaziabad always helps in the success of  Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeries.

Non-surgical treatments such as physical therapy, rest, and supportive braces/casts, may also be effective for certain traumatic injuries.


Some simple things everyone can do to reduce their traumatic injury risk.

  • Always wear a seatbelt when driving
  • Always wear a helmet when biking, skateboarding, rollerblading, etc.
  • Wear the appropriate safety gear when playing contact sports
  • Stretch and do a warm-up exercise before working out or playing a sport to prevent muscle injury

Those at a higher risk of injury, either due to a condition that weakens the bones or causes a loss of balance, may need to take additional precautions.

  • Wear comfortable, low-heeled shoes with good traction to avoid tripping or slipping
  • Use night lights to prevent tripping over objects in the dark
  • Add small ramps to entryways and areas with raised flooring