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Orthopaedic Surgery

Orthopedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of your body’s musculoskeletal system. This complex system, which includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves, allows you to move, work, and be active.

spinal surgery:

  • Congenital vertebral anomalies are a collection of malformations of the spine. Most, around 85%, are not clinically significant, but they can cause compression of the spinal cord by deforming the vertebral canal or causing instability. This condition occurs in the womb. Congenital vertebral anomalies include alterations of the shape and number of vertebrae.
  • and In the modern era of high technology, with a predominantly sedentary lifestyle, the total deficit of physical activity and adverse ecological situation of the environment, diseases of the spine are significantly common among almost all age groups.
  • although the fact that spinal surgery is one of the most challenging and risky areas of orthopedics and traumatology, as of today, innovative and micro-invasive spinal surgery techniques have brought it to a whole new level of development. Modern operations technology can solve the problem as much as possible safe for the patient, significantly decreasing intraoperative risks and reducing the post-operative recovery period.


  • The back is a complex system of bones, muscles, tendons and cartilage components, providing the entire body with support and stability, as well as free movement. Over the years, these systems wear out due to bearing load and because of incorrect use. Back pain is quite common, but only in extreme cases is surgical intervention required, the most common procedures being discectomy or laminectomy.
  •  Between each pair of vertebra along the spine is a gel-like substance, whose function is to prevent friction between the vertebrae (just like the cartilage in other joints of the body), but mainly, it serves as the body’s shock absorber. This substance is called a disc, and it is one of the first structures to be damaged as a manifestation of wear and of pressure on the back.
  • Discectomy and laminectomy are two surgical procedures that are performed with the objective of treating severe problems of the spine that cannot be solved any other way. Discectomy is usually recommended for relatively young people, aged 20-50, and laminectomy for ages 50 and over. but an individual recommendation will be given in accordance with the diagnosis and the condition of the vertebrae, in every age group.


Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the spine usually developing in childhood during the formation of the skeleton. The cause of scoliosis can be diseases of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system such as muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy. The curvature of the spine is also caused by external factors (excessive and unbalanced exercise, posture disorder or the effects of traumatic injury). Often, the cause of scoliosis is inflammatory and infectious diseases of the spine. In some cases, the disease progresses without obvious objective reasons.


Scoliosis usually becomes apparent from infancy or adolescence, The symptoms differ depending on the person’s age.

  • a visibly curved spine

  • leaning to 1 side

  • uneven shoulders

  • one shoulder or hip sticking out

  • the ribs sticking out on 1 side

  • clothes not fitting well

Some people with scoliosis may also have back pain. This is usually more common in adults with the condition.
Surgery may be recommended if the scoliosis continues to get worse despite trying other treatments, or if you child severe scoliosis and  they’ve stopped growing.
and Like any operation, spinal surgery carries a risk of complications. It will only be recommended if your surgeon feels the benefits outweigh the risks.
patients attend consultations and are referred to a neurologist for a study of the neuromuscular conduction.
you will receive All the necessary diagnostic procedures and specialist consultations, including psychological counseling.


I came from Qatar to Turkey, and all that was promised were carried out

The staff is more than excellent


Providing treatment and technical support was a positive point, in addition to the great care during and after the operation


A distinctive style that was one of the things that make you feel that you are not alone in Turkey


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Is to become a reference in the medical field in Turkey and the world utilizing the cutting edge technology and adopting the finest healthcare standards.

Passion: we are passionate about wanting to help improve lives of those in our care and those we come into contact with in the community.

Respect: delivering the safest, most effective and most compassionate care to each and every one of our patients.

Integrity: we always provide top quality care and offer the patient an attentive service. 

Diversity: WOX CLINIC  is invested in bringing the best people, providers and technology together to ensure patients receive the best care possible.

Excellence: patients with exceptional care with the support of WOX CLINIC System, we believe that every person matters and deserves access to the right care, at the right time and in the right environment.

Our mission is to provide safe, effective, confidential, and accessible, patient and family centered support, in partnership with patients and their families and others supporters, through skilled multidisciplinary services that focus on recovery and wellbeing.

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Stature Lengthening:

  • The first step is to make an appointment for a thorough evaluation. At this visit, the doctor will examine you and have a frank and detailed discussion about stature lengthening. Proper X-rays will be taken to enable our doctors to plan carefully for the procedure.
  •  After your initial evaluation with our doctors, if you are a candidate for cosmetic height surgery, you will be given information to schedule the surgical appointment at your convenience.
  •  During surgery, the doctor will cut the bone to create two separate bone segments. The surgical procedure to cut a bone is called an osteotomy. Additional soft-tissue procedures may be done at the same time to prepare the muscles and nerves for lengthening. For example, surgically lengthening the Achilles tendon may be done to make a tibial (shin bone) lengthening go easier. The doctor will also apply an orthopedic lengthening device to the bone.
  • Orthopedic lengthening devices that are inserted into the bone are called internal devices.
  •  Orthopedic lengthening devices that remain outside of the body are called external fixators
  • Limb lengthening is a procedure to lengthen the bones in the arms or legs. This is done as a gradual process, so that the bones and soft tissues (skin, muscles, nerves, etc.) slowly increase in length. .
  •  Expect to be in the hospital for three days after surgery. You will start physical therapy while you are in the hospital and continue physical therapy throughout the entire lengthening process. Physical therapy is critical to a successful lengthening.

The majority of our patients achieve excellent results.

you must know It is a lengthy rehabilitation process, and it can take up to one or even two years until full recovery and return to normal function is achieved .

Joint Surgery:

A joint is the connection between bones in the body which link the skeletal system into a functional whole.

Anyone who has ongoing (chronic) pain or loss of function in a joint may be a candidate for joint replacement surgery. However, joint pain doesn’t always require surgery.

Doctors will first try other treatments before turning to surgery, including:

  • Medicine

  • Physical therapy

  • Injections

  • Bracing

In a joint replacement, our orthopaedic surgeons replace all or part of the joint with an artificial joint called a prosthesis. Most of the more modern artificial joints last 15 years. Some even last longer than 20 years.

The operation relieves pain and immobility for most people.

Types of joint replacement surgery:

  1. hip replacement
  2. knee replacement
  3. partial knee replacement

Artificial Limbs:

In recent years technical innovations have combined to make artificial limbs much more comfortable, efficient, and lifelike than earlier versions.Future innovations are likely to depend on the interaction between three powerful forces—amputees’ demands, advances in surgery and engineering, and healthcare funding sufficient to sustain development and application of technological solutions.

A few questions you may want to discuss with your doctor before opting for a prosthetic leg include:

  • Is there enough soft tissue to cushion the remaining bone?
  • How much pain are you in?
  • What is the condition of the skin on the limb?
  • How much range of motion does the residual limb have?
  • What was your activity level before the amputation?
  • What are your mobility goals?

For patients who experience problems with conventional methods of attachment (eg glues, straps, sockets), an alternative is to use a prosthetic implant that’s anchored in the bones.

you will need rehabilitation to strengthen your legs, arms and cardiovascular system, as you learn to walk with your new limb.

You’ll work closely with rehabilitation physicians, physical therapists and occupational therapists to develop a rehabilitation plan based on your mobility goals.

A big part of this plan is to keep your new limb in good shape.

“Your healthy limb is worth its weight in gold,”

“While prosthetic technology is always advancing, nothing can replicate a healthy leg.”

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