The Most Common Orthopedic Problems in Pakistan and Their Treatment

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Orthopedics is the branch of medical science that is concerned with conditions involving human musculoskeletal system.

An orthopedic disorder is any kind of ailment, injury, or disorder that is concerned with the human musculoskeletal system. There are so many orthopedic disorders that it is virtually impossible to list them down in a single blog post. However, we can pick and choose some of the most common ones – and discuss their treatments.

To do this, oladoc invited Dr. M. A. Wajid (Orthopedic surgeon) to discuss some of the most common orthopedic problems and ailments. Moreover, we also requested the doctor to also elaborate on the available treatment methods for those problems.

In this session, Dr. M.A. Wajid (Orthopedic Surgeon) touches on some common orthopedic conditions, like – lower back pain, arthritis, osteoarthritis, and neck pain. He suggests that many of the prevailing common orthopedic health problems (like low back pain) are due to our unbalanced lifestyle and exposure to continual vibrations.

While a number of medical treatments like keyhole surgery are available to treat orthopedic problems, the doctor recommends lifestyle changes and taking care of our body. Please watch the video and learn about the common orthopedic problems in Pakistan, and what are the best treatment methods available.

If you or your loved ones have any orthopedic concerns, we strongly advise taking medical advice without any delay. At oladoc, we are committed to serve the community and connect them with the best specialists needed. Here, you can find and book an appointment with the best orthopedic surgeon in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. You can book appointments via website, mobile app or by calling our helpline at 042 3890 0939. We’re here to keep you active and healthy!

Disclaimer: The contents of this article are intended to raise awareness about common health issues and should not be viewed as sound medical advice for your specific condition. You should always consult with a licensed medical practitioner prior to following any suggestions outlined in this article or adopting any treatment protocol based on the contents of this article.