A trauma center is a department of a hospital that is equipped and staffed to treat patients who have suffered significant injuries from falls, car accidents, or other major incidents.
Any serious injury to the bones, joints, and/or soft tissue induced by an external source is referred to as orthopedic trauma. These injuries are frequently, but not always, the result of a sudden event, such as a vehicle accident or a fall. Overuse can also cause trauma.
The term "orthopedic trauma" is broad because it covers a wide range of injuries, from minor fractures to life-threatening car accidents. While there are many distinct types of catastrophic orthopedic injuries, surgeons who specialize in this field all have the same goal in mind: to efficiently and successfully restore function to the afflicted body part(s).
Patients with severe injuries frequently require multidisciplinary emergency medical care. Trauma surgeons at the Kapadia Hospital have received advanced training in crucial and invasive treatments. Our trauma center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ready to respond to any emergencies. We have the best doctors and nurses on call, and our hospital is well-equipped to treat any medical or surgical emergency.