Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic of the Ankara Güven Hospital serves 24 hours a day with its specialist physician staff. Treatment of orthopedic diseases is carried out using up-to-date techniques and technologies.
Fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries, resulting from body traumas, can cause severe disabilities. Negative consequences can be avoided with early diagnosis and treatment. We have technology and experience to deal with any and all simple or severe injuries resulting from traumas.
Early diagnosis of hip dislocations is very important for successful treatment. Thousands of hip ultrasounds are performed by our orthopedists in a year for a timely treatment of many infants. Do not forget to get your child checked for hip dislocation at the best time, 1-3 months of age.
Replacing degenerative joints with prosthesis may become a necessity. In this case, infection creates a significant risk. All kinds of prosthetic surgeries (arthroplasties) are carried out with great success rates at operating theaters of the Ankara Güven Hospital under well organized conditions and post operative care.
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Our physicians, specialized in foot and ankle, can successfully correct toe deformities such as claw toe, pes planus, nerve entrapments, diabetic foot and other foot problems.
Our expert hand surgeons are available to support you in the diagnosis and the treatment of all kinds of hand and upper extremity problems. In addition to joint problems, nerve and tendon problems can also be treated at our hospital and microsurgical techniques are successfully performed.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique, in which the joints are investigated using a tiny camera, and necessary treatment is applied using small ports. Advantages are among others, small surgical scars, minimum damage to body tissues, and faster healing. Today, mini disorders of joints, such as hip, knee, shoulder, wrist and ankle, can be corrected with arthroscopic surgery. Sports injuries, such as meniscal tears, ligament ruptures, cartilage injuries, and degenerative diseases, such as arthritis and tendon ruptures, can be treated successfully using this method.