At Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Riyadh, Orthopedic surgeons are recognized nationally and internationally for their surgical technical excellence and innovative ability to solve both simple and difficult orthopedic problems. Our surgeons develop innovative solutions for patients that improve healing, speed rehabilitation, and improve outcomes.
At Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Riyadh, our team of orthopedic surgery experts uses the techniques and technologies to improve care for people with musculoskeletal problems. From diagnosis through treatment, our orthopedic surgeons are at the forefront employing advanced technologies in the best interest of patients.
Orthopedic Surgeons at Dr.Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Riyadh Specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the bone, joints, ligaments,tendons,muscles,and nerves (musculoskeletal system). Subspecialities within the department include adult reconstruction, pediatrics, sports, trauma, spine, foot, hand, shoulder, elbow and orthopedic oncology.
Orthopedic surgeons at Dr.Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Riyadh have expertise in all areas of orthopedics including:
This fascinating surgical practice includes a variety of challenging surgical procedures highlighted by the reward of seeing patients’ improved function and decreased pain. The expansion of technology has made hip, knee, shoulder, and elbow replacement commonplace.
Diverse foot and ankle problems allow the specialist to focus on distinct patient populations such as those involved in sports or dance, or on specific aspects of the foot such as pediatric deformities; diabetic foot complications; forefoot deformities; post-traumatic, degenerative, and rheumatoid foot conditions.
Pediatrics has the greatest diversity in the types of procedures performed and the range of diseases managed. Although the patient population is limited to children, every anatomic area is treated. Many patients receive treatment and follow-up care for years. Children’s changing growth and development provide continual interest. More patients are treated non-operatively than patients treated by other orthopaedic subspecialities.
the hand surgeon may treat hand injuries and congenital anomalies, perform tendon transfers for a quadriplegic, and replant multiple amputated digits.
Some Upper extremities deformities and injuries require a specific approach requesting specialized management
Treating a wide variety of spine problems such as cervical or lumbar conditions, congenital, acquired, or degenerative disorders offer unique and difficult treatment decisions and techniques (e.g., spinal instrumentation and fusion).
Sports medicine emphasizes early diagnosis and aggressive treatment for injuries that occur in both organized and recreational athletics. Clinical skills that include highly accurate and rapid diagnostic abilities are essential to ensure treatment can be initiated as soon after the injury as possible.
Orthopedic oncology includes the treatment of both benign and malignant tumors of the bone and soft tissues of the limbs, limb girdles, and sometimes the spine
Managing primarily acute fractures and stabilization, and secondarily post-traumatic reconstruction.