Joint ReplacementJoint problems can occur at any age. With the medical technology available today, it is no longer necessary to endure the pain and tolerate the limitation of activities associated with deteriorated joints. Read More +
Physical TherapyOur friendly and highly trained professional staff is committed to providing personalized care and to focusing on each patient's individualized needs. Our physical therapists know how to treat all types of orthopaedic injuries and disorders. Our therapists and orthopaedic surgeons work closely together for: - Joint replacement - Back and neck injury - Rotator cuff repair - Ligament repair - Fractures - Sprains and strains - Arthritis - Back and neck pain - Bursitis and tendonitis - Foot and ankle pain Read More +
Shoulder InjuriesThe mobility of the shoulder makes it prone to injury. The shoulder joint is used in pushing, pulling, reaching and swinging our arms. Even simple tasks like getting dressed in the morning involves use of the shoulder. Read More +
HAQ Orthopedic Hospital is Primarily planned and fully equipped private hospital with reference to routine specialized orthopedic treatment.
The hospital was established during the year 1996 and is situated in the center of the City Lahore, Pakistan.
The hospital has all types of orthopedic facilities to provide indoor as well as outdoor treatment round the clock.
Bones & Injuries
At Haq Orthopedic Hospital we provide the highest quality and effective care for all spine problems. Each patient is carefully evaluated by a team of spine specialists, who develop an appropriate plan to treat the individual's specific needs. The team includes orthopaedic surgeons, pain management physicians, physical therapists, and electrodiagnostic specialists.
Most people in their lifetime will experience some type of back pain. Typically pain is caused by an injury or by degeneration in the spine. Most problems are self-limited; they resolve within a few days by using over-the-counter medications and limiting activities. When back pain is severe or lasts for more than a week or two, an evaluation by a physician is recommended.
Our physicians have many tools to help determine the cause of pain. These include a thorough evaluation, x-rays, MRI, and electrodiagnostic studies. Once completed, the treatment plan might involve medications, injection therapies, physical therapy, bracing, and surgery when necessary.
The foot and ankle provide a foundation and bear the weight of the entire body. Keeping the patient's feet and ankles free of pain will allow them greater mobility and freedom to pursue activities they enjoy.
Patients experience a number of foot and ankle problems including bunions, heel pain, neuromas, hammertoes and flat feet, all of which can result in severe pain. Foot and ankle pain can make a patient feel tired and irritable, often interfering with the ability to perform many daily tasks. Many factors contribute to the cause of pain in the foot and ankle, including poorly fitting shoes, heredity, aging and disease.
Athletes and dancers sometimes experience unique foot and ankle problems related to the stress on these joints while participating in practice and events. The physicians at Ozark Orthopaedics have experience in correcting and/or preventing foot and ankle injury for these active individuals.
Options to relieve foot and ankle discomfort include non-surgical solutions. Following a thorough evaluation, the orthopaedist can suggest such options as medications, steroid injections, specific exercises, shoe inserts, foot pads and walking casts. For foot and ankle problems not relieved by conservative treatment, surgery is an option
If you suffer a serious fracture or traumatic injuries, you can count on our orthopaedic surgeons, specially educated in trauma care.
Orthopaedic surgeons with fellowship training in trauma care are part of surgical teams at one of the busiest emergency rooms in the state. They are specially educated to respond to emergencies, repairing fractures and other traumatic injuries with advanced surgical techniques.
They care for the most serious traumatic accidents, including motor vehicle accidents, work-related accidents and falls. They perform bone reconstruction and complex surgeries to repair:
- Fractures that cross from a bone into the surface of the joint, called intraarticular fractures
- Fractures of the long bones in the arms and legs
- Fractures with significant soft tissue injury
- Fractures of the femur bone in the leg that require intramedullary rod fixation