Orthopedic trauma is a condition characterized by severe injury to the joints, bones, and soft tissues, such as ligaments and tendons, due to exposure of these tissues to high force. Common trauma causes are falls, vehicle accidents, and sports, especially contact sports.

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  • Complex Pelvic Trauma: Pelvis protects several organs and tissues, such as the bladder, reproductive organs, nerves, and blood vessels. The symptoms of pelvic trauma are pain due to damaged muscles and nerves and fractures, constipation, bleeding, erectile dysfunction, and pain during sexual intercourse. Therefore, implementing a multidisciplinary approach to manage resuscitation, control bleeding, and manage bone injuries is important.
  • Acetabular Fractures: The hip joint is a type of ball and socket joint. The Acetabulum, a part of the pelvis, forms the socket in which the ball or femoral head fits. An acetabular fracture occurs when the socket of the ball and socket breaks. The non-surgical interventions include positioning aids, walking aids, and medications. Surgical interventions include open reduction, internal fixation, and total hip replacement.
  • Pelvic Ring Fractures: These fractures occur due to blunt trauma. These are the high-energy fractures involving the pelvic ring. The treatment includes operative fixation that depends upon the fracture displacement, degree of pelvic instability, and patient activity level.
  • Other Fractures: Traumatic conditions may also lead to several other types of fractures, such as the pelvics and hip fractures, multiple skeletal fractures, foot and ankle fractures, complex knee fractures, complex shoulder and elbow fractures, and complex small bone fractures.
  • Advanced Trauma: The condition is also known as complex trauma. In this condition, the patient is exposed to multiple traumatic events, generally of an invasive nature, that require immediate medical intervention.
  • Minimal Invasive Surgical Fixation: Wherever possible, the surgeon performs minimally invasive surgery to treat patients with trauma. These surgeries put less stress on the overall health of the body and allow the patients to recover quickly.
  • Pediatric Trauma: Pediatric trauma may occur due to vigorous body shaking or a direct impact. The children may suffer trauma from vehicle collisions, falls, and sports activities.
  • Geriatric Trauma: Geriatric trauma, or trauma in older people, is usually caused due to falls, vehicle accidents, and burns
  • Nonunions and Malunions: These are the complications of bone healing. In non-union, the bone fails to reunite or heal after a significant period (prescribed period). Malunion involves abnormal healing of the bone, which results in a reduction in functional capacity.