Traumatology is a field of medicine that studies and treats bone, muscle, and skin damage and injuries and subsequent changes in the body.
Various physical injuries happen when we least expect it and no one is immune from it.
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A traumatologist treats patients with diseases of bones, ligaments, joints and muscles and rescues them in the event of various injuries and injuries – fractures of joints and bones, dislocations of the foot, knee joints, hip, hand and other joints, ruptures of muscles or tendons.
The most common diseases, traumas and injuries that a traumatologist will take care of:
If you have not been able to avoid an injury, immediately contact a traumatologist at the “Nefrida” clinic, who will provide all the necessary assistance, assess your state of health and prepare the necessary treatment plan.
Often, after the procedure in the doctor’s office, patients have questions that they do not dare to ask during the visit or that come to mind only later. In this section, you will find in advance all the most useful information that you should know in the post-procedural period.
It is difficult to completely avoid injuries, but it is possible to reduce their likelihood.
If you are hesitating whether you really want to make an appointment for a procedure in our clinic, we invite you to read the frequently asked questions section prepared by our doctors. In it, you will find all the answers to your questions even before the procedure, so you can feel confident in your choice!
If you have suffered an injury to your hands or feet, which is very painful, you suffer from joint pain, swelling for no reason, difficulty moving, troublesome foot problems (twisted toes, deformed nails), develop flat feet.
Unfortunately, people who start exercising irregularly or suddenly, who have never played any sport before, have a higher chance of getting injured because they do the exercises incorrectly or do not warm up before the sport.
Shoulder pain can be caused by injuries – fractures, dislocations, sprains, tendon injuries, or by inflammatory processes and chronic degenerative diseases (such as joint arthrosis, tightness syndrome, etc.).
Ankle sprains, ligament tears, small fractures and small dislocations, when the ankle bone moves slightly out of place, are treated with casts, plastic splints. These injuries usually heal completely within 3-6 weeks.