Bones & Joints (Orthopedics)

Patient Education - Bones & Joints

Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure doctors use to diagnose, and treat problems inside a joint. Your surgeon will make a small incision and insert a tiny camera, called an arthroscope, into your joint..

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Cast Care

Post-treatment care is as important as the medical procedure itself. Fakeeh University Hospital is here to help you all the way to recovery. There are certain Dos and Don’ts to every type post-treatment care..

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Facet Joint Injection

Facet joints are located on the back (posterior) of the spine on each side where two adjacent vertebrae meet. The facet joints provide stability and permit the spine to bend and twist. The joint contains cartilage..

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Knee Pain in Young Adults

Symptoms can include: At or around the joint line, Locking when knee is bent a lot then popping on active extension, Fluid build up inside the joint, Loss of confidence in the knee for giving way easily..

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Nerve Root Compression

Root nerves are cables that exit the vertebral canal branching out from the spinal cord, at each level of our spine carrying signals in and out of the brain. Compression is caused by..

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Pudendal Nerve Radiofrequency

Pulsed radiofrequency is a minimally invasive procedure in which a radio frequency electrical field is applied intermittently to the nerve (pudendal nerve) which, may be responsible.. for transmitting pain

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Total Hip Replacement

Hip replacement, also called hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure to replace a worn-out or damaged part of your hip joint. The surgeon replaces them with an artificial joint surface (prosthesis)..

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