Regenerative therapy in Orthopaedics holds a positive Future

Stem cell therapy in orthopaedics holds a positive future in treating certain conditions which face a lot of challenges in presently available treatment modalities. These conditions like AVN head of the femur, moderate stage of progressive OA, uncontrolled Rheumatoid Arthritis, Duchenne Muscular dystrophy, etc give enormous challenges to the treating orthopaedic Surgeon. Cell therapy is… Continue reading Regenerative therapy in Orthopaedics holds a positive Future

Relapsed Equinovarus Complex Deformity With Long Term Follow Up

Managing relapsed Clubfoot with complex Equino varus components can be extremely challenging. Usually, most of the equinovarus deformities respond well to standard treatment protocol especially the Ponsetti method, and are widely accepted as well. However, a small percentage of relapsed complex equinovarus deformities are sometimes extremely difficult to manage. Prior to managing, proper evaluation is… Continue reading Relapsed Equinovarus Complex Deformity With Long Term Follow Up

Multimodal approach of Foot & Ankle clinic on Diabetic Foot infections

Up until the last 5-8 years or so there was a little lack of attention to Diabetic Foot infections. But, now the entire scenario has changed dramatically. The diabetic foot care is a teamwork which aims at detecting signs that could bring the diabetic foot at risk of Ulcerations’ The elements that can be quantified… Continue reading Multimodal approach of Foot & Ankle clinic on Diabetic Foot infections

Guidelines Issued for Management of Low Back Pain

The American College of Physicians (ACP) and the American Pain Society (APS) have issued a comprehensive joint clinical practice guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of low back pain, which is published in the October 2,2007 issue of the Genral of Internal Medicine. These guidelines offer recommendations concerning how to categorize patients, when to perform… Continue reading Guidelines Issued for Management of Low Back Pain