ਜੋ ਜੀਅ ਆਵੇ , ਸੋ ਰਾਜੀ ਜਾਵੇ

100ft.Road, North Estate
Near Reliance Mart

0164-5090909 +918728099111

Trauma

Trauma Surgery

Trauma Surgery, Revision Surgery, Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Surgery, Complex fractures, or non-surgical rehabilitation we need orthopedic and spine specialists, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and Primus has the perfect combination of these, who take all necessary steps required and try their best to get you back on track at the earliest and assist you at every step for your speedy recovery.

Our teams of highly skilled and dedicated orthopedic surgeons who have expertise in their respective fields are supported with advanced cutting edge technology, like:

Computer Navigation System

High Definition Cameras

Arthroscopic Equipment for performing technically challenging procedures

State-of-the-Art “Bone Bank” for difficult cases like revision arthroplasty and bone loss following tumor resection

FAQ Trauma

What are fractures?

A fracture means a broken or cracked bone. Fractures usually happen when too much force is applied to your bone, for example as the result of an accident or fall. Fractures can also happen as the result of osteoporosis.

Is there anything I need to know about looking after my cast?

Yes. It’s important to keep your cast in good condition and prevent it from being damaged. This gives your bones the support they need to heal.

The purpose of your cast is to keep your bones still and in the right place so that they can heal properly. A cast can also help to ease your pain and reduce any swelling. If your cast becomes damaged, it’s less likely to give your fracture the support it needs.

Once the cast is on, it takes time to dry. Plaster of Paris can take two to three days to dry out and fiber glass takes about an hour to dry and become fully hard. It’s important not to damage the cast during this time.

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