If 25 years ago, the surgical treatment of bone fractures made 10-12%, then today this figure exceeds 70%.
The methods have been implemented previously used only in the developed countries. They allow to quickly put the injured people on their feet. For example, joint replacement surgery, which is performed for the treatment of widespread diseases - osteoarthritis of large joints, has already been mastered by several clinics. Arthroscopic surgery of the knee injuries and diseases has also become common, and the number of such surgeries has exceeded 10 thousand.
An important achievement is the surgical treatment of scoliosis, which is considered the most difficult problem in orthopedics.
Along with this, the modern technologies are used for flat feet, chest deformity and other diseases.
If previously the above-mentioned surgeries performed in well-known clinics of the world, then now patients no longer need to go abroad. Specialists at the Traumatology and Orthopedics Institute and the relevant departments of other universities are constantly conducting scientific research. Over the last 10 years they have developed and introduced into practice more than 50 original methods of treatment.