Orthopedic surgery Cabinet

Lewa kolumna

Consultation and treatment:

  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Tendons and their sheaths
  • Degenerative changes of the spine
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Joint damage
  • Degenerative hip changes
  • Degenerative changes in the knee joints
Prawa kolumna

As part of an orthopedic clinic, diagnostics include:

  • Laboratory tests
  • Ultrasound of the hip joints in newborns and infants
  • Radiological tests

Orthopedics

It is a department of clinical medicine and science dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of malformations and acquired deformities and disorders of the musculoskeletal system. It covers the entire period of human life. Orthopedics is closely related to, among others biomechanics, chemistry, mechanics.

The scope of orthopedics includes: birth and birth defects arising in utero, after birth, during human growth, development and aging; specific, inflammatory and reactive inflammatory organs and their sequelae; deformities and dysfunctions after flaccid and spastic paralysis; sequelae of musculoskeletal injuries; musculoskeletal diseases; sequelae of hormonal, nutritional and systemic disorders within the musculoskeletal system. Understanding orthopedics depends on mastering issues related to the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the musculoskeletal system, normal and abnormal biomechanical phenomena occurring in the musculoskeletal system, compensation issues (compensation, replacement), disability and lost activities. Knowledge of movement mechanisms allows them to improve when they are damaged by both conservative and surgical treatment. Knowledge in the field of etiology, symptoms and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases also allows the development of prevention principles in orthopedics. Diagnosis of orthopedic defects and diseases is based on clinical examination with the help of additional tests, mainly radiology, scintigraphy, nuclear magnetic resonance, electrodiagnostics, histological and biochemical tests.

Traumatology, traumatology

[gr. traumatikos 'regarding wounds'; trauma 'wound', 'injury'; -log 'statement', 'doctrine', 'science'],

A department of clinical medicine separated from orthopedics, including the treatment of injuries caused by injuries. Traumatology is mainly associated with injuries to the musculoskeletal system. General surgery usually deals with trauma to other organs. Most often, traumatic musculoskeletal injuries are the result of mechanical forces, but they can be thermal, chemical and mixed injuries. Chemical and thermal damage require the cooperation of specialists in the field of plastic surgery, toxicology and others. Traumatic injuries of the musculoskeletal system are divided by type, degree and location into: closed soft tissue injuries (bruises, muscle and tendon injuries), wounds, fractures, sprains and dislocations. Traumatic injuries can be single and multiple. Multiple injuries can be multi-site and multi-organ. The body reacts to injury with local and general changes (metabolic changes in the body are important). In severe cases, shock symptoms develop.

List of disease entities treated in the clinic:

  • Malignant neoplasms of bones and articular cartilage
  • Benign neoplasms of bones and cartilage
  • Inflammatory polyarticular arthropathies
  • osteoarthritis
  • other joint diseases
  • deforming back diseases
  • spine diseases
  • other back problems
  • synovitis and tendonitis
  • other soft tissue diseases
  • bone mineralization disorders
  • other bone diseases
  • cartilage diseases
  • congenital malformations and deformities of the musculoskeletal system
  • neck injuries
  • chest injuries
  • fracture of the lumbar spine and pelvis
  • dislocation, sprain and tear of joints and ligaments of the lumbar spine and pelvis
  • and other
  • shoulder and arm injuries
  • elbow and forearm injuries
  • wrist and hand injuries
  • hip and thigh injuries
  • knee and lower leg injuries
  • ankle and foot injury
  • injuries of an unspecified part of the torso
  • superficial injury of the embrace numerous body areas
  • consequences of injuries, poisonings and other effects of external factors

Reception doctors in the office

M.D.

Antoni Kozik

specialist in traumatic surgery and orthopedics medical manager

M.D.

Bogusław Mojżesz

specialist in traumatic surgery and orthopedics

M.D.

Jacek Wilczyński

specialist in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system

M.D.

Tomasz Samorzewski

specialist in traumatic surgery and orthopedics

M.D.

Wiesław Janusz

specialist in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system

M.D.

Tomasz Wądek

specialist in traumatic surgery and orthopedics

M.D.

Piotr Styrkosz

specialist in traumatic surgery and orthopedics

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Michał Mojżesz

specialist orthopedic traumatologist

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