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Orthopedic treatment is a specialized branch of veterinary medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions in pets. Orthopedic treatment in pets involves a multidisciplinary approach, including thorough diagnostics, medical management, physical rehabilitation and surgical interventions. The specific treatment plan depends on the underlying condition, severity of the problem and the individual needs of the pet.

The primary goal of orthopedic treatment is to alleviate pain, restore normal function, and enhance the pet’s mobility and quality of life. Veterinary orthopedic specialists work closely with pet owners to develop comprehensive treatment strategies tailored to each animal’s unique circumstances, aiming for optimal outcomes and long-term well-being. 

Here's when orthopedic treatment is required :​

Injury and Trauma

Orthopedic treatment is necessary in cases of fractures, dislocations, ligament tears (such as cruciate ligament rupture), muscle/tendon injuries, and joint trauma. These injuries may result from accidents, falls, or athletic activities.

Congenital or Developmental Disorders

Some pets are born with or develop musculoskeletal disorders such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, patellar luxation or spinal malformations. Orthopedic treatment manages and alleviate pain or mobility issues.

Degenerative Joint Diseases

Conditions like osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease can cause chronic pain, stiffness and reduced mobility in pets. Orthopedic treatments such as joint supplements, medications, physical therapy and surgical interventions help improve comfort.

Joint Instability and Luxations

 Pets may experience joint instability such as frequent patellar luxations or hip joint subluxations. Orthopedic procedures like corrective surgeries or joint stabilization techniques can restore joint function and prevent recurrent dislocations.

Bone and Joint Tumors

Orthopedic treatment is crucial in managing bone and joint tumors in pets. Surgical interventions including tumor removal and limb-sparing procedures eradicates or control the tumor while preserving limb function.

Corrective Procedures for Congenital Deformities

Some pets are born with deformities that affect their ability to move and live comfortably. Orthopedic surgeries such as angular limb deformity correction or joint realignment procedures are performed to improve the pet's overall quality of life.

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