Orthopedic Surgery Department
Jordan Hospital’s orthopedic surgery department specializes in addressing disorders of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves involving both the upper and lower limbs. It is a tertiary care center ready to handle complex and straightforward orthopedic cases aided by up-to-date equipment and facilities. A dedicated 24hour orthopedic ER clinic run by well-trained orthopedic surgery residents ensures high-quality care starting from the golden hours of patients’ arrival onward.
Consultants with international training and experience specialized in different branches of orthopedic surgery are always ready to provide the highest standards of care for patients with a diversity of conditions. Orthopedic surgery operating theater with qualified staff and in-house complete instrument sets facilitates performing all kinds of surgeries at any time and allows intra-operative decisions easier to make. Furthermore, advanced intraoperative imaging devices and 4K arthroscopic tower aid in minimally invasive surgeries (MIS), which are faster, less damaging, and has speedier recovery improving patients’ quality of life.
Continuous medical education is a priority at the orthopedic surgery department at Jordan Hospital embodied by participating in all sorts of educational activities, whether local, regional, or international, and as participants or faculty members, ensuring exchanging experiences and updating knowledge. These efforts were further corroborated by acknowledging Jordan Hospital’s orthopedic department as an AOTrauma Fellowship Host Center for orthopedic surgeons from all over the world to come and train.
Conditions treated at our department
Fractures of bones, injuries of ligaments or tendons are all attended to at our department with treatment modalities ranging from conservative to most complex surgeries.
Tendon inflammation, nerve entrapments, and arthritis of the hand joints are a small part of the spectrum of hand diseases addressed by a sub-specialized surgeon in such conditions.
Our Surgeons treat with the latest imaging devices and arthroscopy systems a variety of sports injuries. These involve:
-shoulder injuries (impingement syndrome, rotator cuff tear, or instabilities),
-knee injuries (meniscus injuries, ACL tears, or collateral ligaments, to name a few),
-Other joints are all taken care of by our doctors, aided by the latest imaging devices and arthroscopy systems.
Knee and hip arthritis are very common in older patients affecting the quality of life. At our institution, we are ready to perform primary or complicated revision joint replacements with supplies available for various cases.
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Developmental dysplasia of the hip and club feet are common congenital diseases that, if diagnosed early and treated correctly, can alleviate the need for major surgical procedures in the future.