Arthroplasty is a surgical methodology of Orthopedics for the restoration, resurfacing, realignment and for the reconstruction of the joints. The most common reason behind the arthroplasty is the cause of stiffened joints and to relieve the extreme pains in joints. Arthroplasty are preferred when the medical treatment no longer providing enough relieve from pain and disability. The most common medical treatments carried out before arthroplasty are Pain medicines, Physical therapies, Anti-inflammatory medicines, Corticosteroid injections, Viscosupplementation injections, Exercise and conditioning. Arthroscopy is the minimal invasive surgical process carried in the treatment of joints using an Arthroscope. The injuries caused in the muscular skeletal system leading to the Orthopedics trauma results in the surgery procedure of Arthroplasty and Arthroscope.
- Track 1-1 Global Overview and Issues
- Track 2-2 Arthroplasty Vs Arthroscopy
- Track 3-3 Surgical Procedure
- Track 4-4 Instrumental Developments
- Track 5-5 Dimensions of Arthroplasty
- Track 6-6 Medical laws and Ethics