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Dr G Bharat Kumar is an orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeon , practicing in Navi Mumbai with an experience of 6 years. He Is one of the directors at MITR hospital, Kharghar heading orthopaedic department and working as a full time consultant at MGM Hospital, Vashi.

Orthopaedic Disorders

Anything that is concerned with muscles, ligaments and joints is considered orthopedic. Disorders are ailments, injuries or diseases that cause knee problems, whiplash, dislocated shoulder, torn cartilages, foot pain and fibromyalgia. There are as many treatments for orthopedic disorders as there are problems and injuries in the muscle, ligaments and joints.
There are so many orthopedic problems it is almost impossible to list them.
  • Arthritis is a rheumatic disease that has symptoms of pain, limited movement, swelling and pain in connective tissues.
  • Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that middle aged and older adults experience. The joint cartilage break downs as you age and it can occur in the hands, knees, spine or hips. Often you will hear osteoarthritis termed as degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis is a disease listed in the orthopedic section that causes severe inflammation of the joints. The inflammation is so severe that the functioning of the extremities becomes severely limited. Lumps generally form over the small joints and movement plus appearance is hampered.
  • Fractures are definite orthopedic problems. Open fractures or compound fractures include their bone protruding through the skin or a wound that exposes the bone through the skin. A closed fracture or simple fractures is a broken bone seen, but not exiting the skin through a wound.
  • Low back pain presents from mild and annoying to persistent and severe. If you have pain in your lower back your mobility is restricted and normal functioning is disturbed.
  • Neck pain can come from injuries or damage to the muscles and ligaments of the neck, a herniated cervical disk or arthritis. Tumors and congenital abnormalities of the vertebrae can cause severe neck pain.
Injury to the musculoskeletal system and orthopedic disorder can be prevented if control measures, exercising, and being aware of lifting, running, walking and working issues.
  • A safe workplace that emphasizes musculoskeletal or orthopedic injuries is important. Preventing injuries in the workplace consists of evaluating the safety hazards and correcting. Having a proper ergonomic setup at your workstation is a must. Repetitive strain injuries are an orthopedic risk for those who work in office situations.
  • Lifting and moving heavy objects is a definite problem in workplace situations and cause orthopedic disorders. Lift close to your body rather than at the end of our reach. Ensure you have a very firm hold on the object and make sure you keep it balanced. If you feet are shoulder width apart you will have a solid base of support.
Do make sure the object you lifting is not too heavy or awkward. It is easier to require a favor from a coworker than strain your back and be out for weeks with back pain.
  • The shoulder is a very important part of the orthopedic system. The joint has the widest range of motion of any joint in the body. The shoulder is the most unstable joint in the body and shoulder problems include sprain dislocations, separations, strain, bursitis, tendonitis and torn rotator cuffs.
  • Orthopedic disorders need to include a discussion of hand and finger conditions. There are many different bones, ligaments and muscles that allow for dexterity in the hand. Arthritis or joint inflammation happen in many areas of the hand and wrists can cause pain, scaring, and disfigurement. Osteoarthritis or a degenerative joint disease is slow-progressing and causes hands to curl in and be unusable.