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Orthopedic Surgeon for Foot and Ankle Fractures - Dr Srinivas Kasha

Foot and ankle Distal tibia ( pilon) fractures are very serious and complex injuries with high complications. The fractures of the tibia are mostly associated with a fibular fracture that needs fixation. The treatment for distal tibia fracture is a minimally invasive percutaneous plate osteosynthesis procedure. These fractures are caused due to rotational forces, mostly due to falls from height or severe injury due to accidents. Calcaneum fracture is also known as heel bone, it is a large bone…See More
May 20
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Best Orthopedic Doctor for Fracture Surgery

Intramedullary nailing Intramedullary nailing is a surgery done to repair a broken bone to keep it stable. This procedure of fixing the fractures is mostly used for thigh, shin, hip, and upper arm. Bone plates Bone plates are widely used in internal fixation of the fracture. The plate is fixed on both sides of the fracture to hold the broken pieces together, they are fixed with screws. After healing, plates may be left or removed. This surgery is mostly used for fixation of diaphyseal of the…See More
Apr 20
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Best Orthopedic Surgeon for Open Fractures - Dr Srinivas Kasha

Crush Injuries Crush Injuries happens when a body part gets caught between two objects in motion. This can happen by car accidents, any heavy objects falling, or hand or leg comes under heavy machinery. This kind of injury can cause severe damage to the bones, nerves, and tissues. Often the sudden shock may also lead to excessive trauma. These traumatic crush injuries result in broken bones, bleeding, severe bruises, laceration, and compartment syndrome. Fracture Fracture means broken bone;…See More
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Orthopedic Surgeon for Foot and Ankle Fractures - Dr Srinivas Kasha

Posted on May 20, 2022 at 2:19am 0 Comments

Foot and ankle

Distal tibia ( pilon) fractures are very serious and complex injuries with high complications. The fractures of the tibia are mostly associated with a fibular fracture that needs fixation. The treatment for distal tibia fracture is a minimally invasive percutaneous plate osteosynthesis procedure. These fractures are caused due to rotational forces, mostly due to falls from height or severe injury due to accidents.

Calcaneum fracture is also known as heel bone, it is…

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Best Orthopedic Doctor for Fracture Surgery

Posted on April 20, 2022 at 2:47am 0 Comments

Intramedullary nailing

Intramedullary nailing is a surgery done to repair a broken bone to keep it stable. This procedure of fixing the fractures is mostly used for thigh, shin, hip, and upper arm.

Bone plates

Bone plates are widely used in internal fixation of the fracture. The plate is fixed on both sides of the fracture to hold the broken pieces together, they are fixed with screws. After healing, plates may be left or removed. This surgery is mostly used for fixation of…

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Best Orthopedic Surgeon for Open Fractures - Dr Srinivas Kasha

Posted on March 28, 2022 at 3:10am 0 Comments

Crush Injuries

Crush Injuries happens when a body part gets caught between two objects in motion. This can happen by car accidents, any heavy objects falling, or hand or leg comes under heavy machinery. This kind of injury can cause severe damage to the bones, nerves, and tissues. Often the sudden shock may also lead to excessive trauma. These traumatic crush injuries result in broken bones, bleeding, severe bruises, laceration, and compartment syndrome.

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