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  • What is an ilizarov surgery?

    The Ilizarov apparatus is a type of external fixation used in orthopedic surgery to lengthen or reshape limb bones; as a limb-sparing technique to treat complex and/or open bone fractures; and in cases of infected non Sunions of bones that are not amenable with other techniques. Ilizarov frames provide a versatile fixation system for the management of bony deformities, fractures and their complications. The frames give stability, soft tissue preservation, adjustability and functionality allowing bone to realise its full osteogenic potential.

  • Is Ilizarov surgery safe?

    The Ilizarov device is a safe tool for managing any type of fracture, deformity correction, limb lengthening,non- union etc when applied with the authors' maximum stability technique

  • How do Ilizarov frames work?

    Ilizarov is a circular frame used to hold bones in place; this is a type of external fixation. The frame holds broken bones in place to allow healing through the use of rings and wires. The metal rings will go fully or partly round your leg with the metal wires going through your bone and attaching to the rings.

  • Can you walk with an Ilizarov frame?

    Walking and weight bearing: We will aim to wean you off your walking aid/s as soon as you are able (this is usually 6 to 8 weeks after the frame has been applied but is longer if you are carrying out corrections). Weight bearing is important as it stimulates the bone to heal.   Dr Sunil saini has an expertise in ilizarov surgey. He has been trained to give best to his patient. Dr Sunil Saini had gone extensive training for deformity correction by ilizarov method- he had done his basic and advance course of deformity correction from Ganga ram…

  • What is a DSCB injection?

    DSCB (Distal Sodium Channel Blocker) is a special cocktail sodium channel blocking agents which are used for pain management.

  • What is the success rate at your center for DSCB?

    At our Center we have 80-90 % success rate with DSCB inj.

  • How Many Times It Can Be Repeated.

    Dscb Injection Can Be Repeated 3-4 Times Without Any Side Effects.

  • How Many Injections Are Required

    Number Of Injections Required Vary From Condition To Condition. Usually Patient Get Relief In 2-3 Sittings.

  • Does It Requires Any Other Therapy With Injection.

    Dscb Are For Pain Management . Once Pain Is Controlled We Advice Physioyherapy, Few Medications , Rehabilitation And Life Style Modifications.

  • What are the uses of DSCB inj?

    Uses of DSCB Inj? Disc prolapsed Sciatica Si joint pain Hamstring spasm Cervical spondylosis Frozen shoulder Tennis elbow Golfers elbow Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Benefits of DSCB

    DSCB is an OPD procedure without any side effects and patient start felling relief in pain after 20-30 mins post injection application. As it is used for pain management only ,so it has to be augmented with physiotherapy and life style modification- patient can go for physio immediately. It can be repeated again when required without any side effects.

  • What Is A Fracture?

    A fracture is a medical term for a broken bone. It occurs when a bone is subjected to more pressure than it can withstand, resulting in a crack or complete break. Fractures can happen due to various reasons, such as trauma from accidents, falls, or sports injuries, or due to conditions that weaken bones, like osteoporosis or bone tumors.

  • How To Classify Fracture ?

    We classify fracture as: Simple Fracture Compound Fracture- Here Fracture Is Exposed To External Environment Due To Loss In Skin Integrity Complex Fracture- Comminuted ,Segmental ,Intra-Articular, Fracture With Bone Loss

  • What Is An Intra-Articular Fracture?

    An Intra articular Fracture Is A Fracture That Crosses A Joint Surface. Such Fractures Also Involve Some Cartilage Damage. Fractures To Joints Are More Complicated To Treat And Heal Than Simple Fractures, As Multiple Bones Are Involved. Bone Fragments Inside The Damaged Joint May Impede Healing Time And Efficacy.

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