Edited Version | Hyderabad | 7th May
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation that has raised healthcare questions for patients of all ages. Experts are addressing concerns of orthopedics patients about the pandemic's implications from postponed elective orthopaedic surgery to sharing tips for treating bone and joint pain.
“ The Germenten Hospital recognizes that patients, families and caregivers are facing a host of unique and unexpected worries about their current, and even future, orthopaedic care.
Germanten Hospital Orthopedic Dept helps keep communication about orthopaedic care at the forefront by delivering accurate information, patient resources and trusted perspective during this time of uncertainty."
Through the Germanten Hospital , expert-driven Orthopedic Hospital addresses common patient questions, such as:
- How can I continue my orthopaedic care during COVID-19?
- What should I do if my orthopaedic surgery is postponed?
- Is my orthopaedic surgeon still able to provide treatment?
- Can doing too much – or not enough – exercise while lockdown in place be harmful?
While sheltering in place, staying on top of your orthopaedic care is important. Though doctor visits may seem difficult at this time, Online Consultation for telemedicine over phone and video calls make it possible. Communicating with your physician is key to keeping your body healthy and avoiding larger issues down the line. It can also keep your mind at ease regarding any musculoskeletal issues or injuries that may arise while at home
Germanten Orthopaedic surgeons can help patients better understand what constitutes an "elective procedure" and why many hospitals and health systems are postponing elective procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic presents many hurdles to delivering patient care, orthopaedic surgeons at Germanten Hospital are continue to provide safe and effective treatment in the midst of what has become the "new normal."
In most of the country, health clubs, pools, gyms, trails, and parks are closed leaving many of us scrambling to maintain workout routines.
You can do your basic exercises can be done at home and how to protect your bones and joints while starting a new routine. "What's important to know is even though we may be isolated from each other because of the coronavirus, we still have ways to communicate through telehealth and should keep bone and joint health a top priority," added Dr. Mir Jawad Zar Khan sir . “ If there is a problem, your orthopedic surgeons are here to help. Many times, your questions can be answered, or problems solved easily. Remember—communication is key."
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Dr. Mir Jawad Zar Khan
Managing Director & Senior Joint Replacement Orthopedic Surgeon
MBBS, MS – Orthopedics (Gold Medalist – Osmania University),
M.Ch – Orthopedics (Usaim, Seychelles),
Fellowship in Knee Arthroscopy, Fellowship in Arthoplasty (Munich, Germany)