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Orthopedic Diseases: Treatment and Therapy

Orthopedic diseases are injuries or illnesses that affect your musculoskeletal system. This body system includes nerves, bones, muscles, joints, tendons or ligaments, and other connective tissues.

An ortho disease may cause pain, limited mobility and loss of strength and range of motion, which impairments may prevent you from doing the things that you like, enjoying your everyday work or recreational activities.

Some of the most common diseases in Orthopedics include the following:

  • ostheoarthritis
  • fibromyalgia
  • tennis elbow, golfers or baseball elbow
  • hip fracture
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • scoliosis
  • ligament injuries to the knees
  • low back pain
  • ostheoporosis
  • bursitis
  • soft tissue injury            
  • more


Many orthopedic conditions come from wear and tear due to the individual’s age, especially joint and spine problems. Repetitive motions, overuse, and trauma are common causes of orthopedic diseases.

To treat musculoskeletal system problems, doctors and healthcare providers in this field of medicine specialise in the diagnosis, treatment, and orthopedic therapy of conditions affecting joints, bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and cartilage in patients of any age, including new-borns and the elderly.

 There are various ways to treat Ortho diseases, including RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation), joint injections, over-the-counter prescriptions and medicines, and physical therapy. In some cases, surgery performed by an orthopedic surgeon may be necessary to resolve the problem.

An orthopedic surgeon has extensive training in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Your treatment plan will be determined by your orthopaedic condition, your family medical history, and your risk factors. For less serious problems, anti-inflammatory medicines, rest and ice may suffice. If your condition is more severe, you may need prescription medication, costicosteroid shots, orthopedic physiotherapy and surgery.

Orthopedic physiotherapy is an extended branch of Orthopedics. It is a practice that focuses on enhancing the use of your orthopedic system. PT can help heal muscle strains and sprains. Orthopedic surgery may require a complete ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) or meniscus tear, an injury to the cartilage acting as a shock absorber to the knee. Surgery is the last possibility on a surgeon’s mind, so he will first recommend trying physiotherapy to see if it will help.

Your recovery relies on the amount of effort and time you put into it. Being honest about your pain and tolerance levels, setting goals you can reach, given your current mindset, skills, and abilities, and asking questions will allow you to work smoothly with your physiotherapist. Additionally, following your care plan at home, in the clinic, or both will give you the best results.

Orthopedic therapy is best done in a physiotherapy and rehabilitation centre like Mission Walk in India. We are a trusted PT centre in Hyderabad and offer various services, including orthopedic physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and massage therapy. We employ highly skilled professionals who are trying to help each patient reach their fullest potential.

Our patients deserve the absolute best in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. A big part of our treatment is to give you a real, simple, understanding explanation of your condition and a treatment plan that leads to full recovery.

So, if you are looking for quality care, look only as far as Mission Walk, where you can trust our expert doctors and staff. They will give you personalised and effective treatment plan for your orthopedic diseases.  

So call us now to book a consultation or for more information about orthopedic conditions. We are a reputed physiotherapy clinic – Mission Walk in Hyderabad. Our therapists are trained and qualified specialists, and we have a specialised team for specific problems, which puts us in a better light than other physiotherapy clinics. 

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