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Traumatology and orthopedics

Pediatric Traumatology and ortophedia treats the pathologies of the musculo-eskeletal system of the baby, child or teeager that is in continuos growing and development, assessing if surgery or a more conservative treatment is necessary.

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  • Cranial Deformations: Plagiocephaly, Brachycephaly, Scaphocephaly.
  • Fractures of bones of the skull.
  • Juvenile Bruxims.
  • Juvenile tension headaches.
  • Migraines.
  • Congenital Torticollis.
  • Acquired torticollis.
  • Congenital Scoliosis.
  • Adolescent Scoliosis.
  • Spondylisis.
  • Vertebral fractures.
  • Costal fractures.
  • Contractures.
  • Sacroiliitis.
  • Dislocations of coccyx.
  • Hernias and Discal Protrusions.

SHOULDER:

  • Obstetric Brachial Palsy.
  • Shoulder dislocation.
  • Acromio-clavicular dislocation.
  • Clavicle fracture.
  • Fracture of the Scapula.
  • Tendinitis and tendinosis.
  • Sprains.

ELBOW:

  • Prone painful.
  • Neuropathies by entrapment.
  • Fracture of olecranon.
  • Radial head fracture.
  • Compartment syndrome.

WRIST/ HAND:

  • Fracture of Monteggia.
  • Fracture of Galeazzi.
  • Fracture of Colles.
  • Fracture of Escafoides.
  • Wrist sprains.
  • De Quervain’s tendinitis.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal luxations.

HIP:

  • Dysplasia of the development of Hip (congenital dislocation of hip).
  • Epiphysolysis of Hip.
  • Fractures and traumatic dislocations.
  • Perthes disease.Angular hip alterations: Thigh Vara and Valga Thigh.
  • Rotational Alterations: Femoral Anteversion and Femoral Retroversion.
  • Tendinitis and tendinosis.
  • Adolescent Hip Pain.
  • Congenital Hip Malformations.

KNEE:

  • Angular Alterations: Rod Knee, Valga Knee, Hyperextension Knee and Flexa Knee.
  • Congenital dislocation of kneecap.
  • Congenital Knee Dislocation.
  • Blount’s disease.
  • Dissecting Osteochondritis.
  • Apofisitis.
  • Femororrhythmia pain.
  • Extra-articular knee fractures.
  • Ligamentous lesions: ACL, LCP, LLI, LLE.
  • Meniscal injuries.
  • Tendinitis and tendinosis.
  • Osteochondral fractures.
  • Popliteal cyst.
  • Compartment syndrome.

ANKLE //FOOT:

 

  • Tibial Diastasis Fractures.
  • Ankle fractures.
  • Fractures of skin bones.
  • Ligamentous lesions (sprains).
  • Turf toe finger.
  • Iselin’s disease.
  • Flatfoot.
  • High insteps. (*)
  • Thallus foot. (*)
  • Foot Equine Congenital Viro (Foot Zambo).
  • Metatarsus Congenital Varius or Metatarsal Adduct. -(*)
  • Split foot.
  • Hallux Valgus Juvenil.
  • Tendinitis and tendinosis.
  • Fascitis Planting Juvenile.