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We are waiting for you at the Ilizarov Center for the treatment of the following diseases:
Fractures and their consequences:
- Closed isolated or multiple fractures of the skeletal bones including injury of the soft-tissue component of the limbs. Consequences of the fractures
- Trauma consequences: malunions of the long bones, defects and pseudarthrosis
- Defects of the femoral neck, fractures
- Pseudarthrosis, including congenital
- Intraarticular fractures of the lower limb joints
- Posttraumatic defects of the femoral neck
- Open and infected fractures of the different location, including the injuries of the neurovascular bundles
- Tumors and tumor-like damages of the locomotor system
- Gunshot injuries of the limbs
- Multiple, comminuted and combined injuries
- Severe defects of the bony and soft tissues – plastic filling of the tissue defects by the method of the non-free grafting (without using auto-graft)
- Malunions of the femur, tibia, humerus and forearm
Maldevelopments of upper and lower limbs:
- Congenital deformities and shortening of the upper and lower limbs
- Contracturesof the joints
- Short stature
- Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia
- Epimetaphyseal dysplasia
- Diaphyseal dysplasia
- Turner syndrome
- Pituitary dwarfism
- Consequences of the hematogenous osteomyelitis of the upper and lower limbs (shortening and deformities)
- Posttraumatic deformities of the upper and lower limbs
- Correction of the congenital tibial deformities with medialization of the tibial bones
- Congenital and acquired shortening and deformities of the upper and lower limbs
- Consequences of the poliomyelitis and cerebral palsy
- Dislocation of the patella, severe deformities of the knee joint
- System skeletal diseases:
- Consequences of the rickets
- Phosphate diabetes
- Rickets-like diseases
- Osteogenesis imperfecta
- Fibrous dysplasia
- Ollier disease
- Blount disease
- Consequences of the mucopolysaccharidosis and some different metabolic osteopathy
- Subluxations and dislocations
- Pseudoarthrosis, including congenital
- Contractures of the joints
- Congenital and acquired dislocation and subluxation of the femur in children and adults
- Congenital and acquired dislocation of the patella
- Pathological dislocation, defect of the proximal femur
- Dysplastic gonarthrosis
- Posttraumatic, dysplastic and other coxarthrosis
- Osteochondropathy of the hip joint
- Posttraumatic aseptic necrosis of the femoral head
- Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
- Malformations of the hip joint
- Ankylosis of the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow joints, including in malposition
- Juxta-articular deformities with disorder of the joint function
- Instability of the joints
- Rheumatoid disease of the joints
- Functional malpositions of the limb segments in joints
- Local defects of the bone epiphysis
- Intra- and juxta-articular malunions of the knee joints
- Recurred dislocation of the humerus bone
- Baker’s cyst
- Fractures, pseudoarthrosis and defects of the femoral neck
- Consequences of the congenital hip dislocations
- Status post-surgery on the hip joint
- Rheumatoid diseases of the large joints
- Deforming arthrosis of the knee joint (gonarthrosis) of any origin
- Revision interventions after previous replacement of the joint
- Injuries of the knee joint meniscus
- Arthroscopy of the small joints (elbow)
- Arthroscopy of the shoulder joints
- Instability of the endoprosthesis and juxta-articular fractures
- Instability of the knee joint, injury of the anterior cruciate ligament
- Recurred dislocation of the patella (including application of the combined treatment techniques – arthroscopy + different assembling of the Ilizarov frame)
- Metabolic-and-dystrophic, posttraumatic and hypoplastic gonarthrosis grade 2-3
- Koenig disease
- Chondromatosis of the large joints
- Lexer disease
- Synovial shelf-syndrome
- Synovitis of unknown etiology
- Rheumatoid monoarthritis (knee, ankle)
- Metabolic dystrophic and post-traumatic ankle arthrosis of I-II grade with (and without) cartilage flaps
- Intra-articular knee fractures
- Humeroscapular periarthritis
- Deforming arthrosis of various etiology
- Supra-acetabular neoarthrosis
- Perthes disease
- Defects of the proximal femur and tibia caused by oncological, systemic and rheumatoid diseases
- Joint replacement in pelvic and femoral deformities
- Total and revision joint replacement of the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow
- Joint replacement with bone plasty
- Reconstructive joint replacement
- Surgical treatment of both isolated and multiple mal-development of the spine and thoracic cage using current implants and systems of deformity control during the child’s growth (VERT, growingrods, Shilla).
- The techniques of acute correction allowing to obtain optimal results and reduce the number and volume of operation are applied in combined mal-development of the spine, thoracic cage and pelvis.
- Surgical treatment of mal-deveolopment, new formations and tethered spinal cord and canal syndrome.
- Correction of idiopathic scoliosis and spinal deformities in systemic (metabolic) and destructive processes, neuro-muscular diseases resulting from different causes and combined deformities including the ones of the most severe grades (exceeding 100°).
- Surgical treatment of the cervical spine pathology in children.
- Surgical treatment of the spine injury and the consequences of injury with acute technique of the spinal support restoration and providing conditions for functional restoration of the spinal cord.
- Thoracic deformity correction with application of minimally invasive thoracoplasty variants by Nass.
- Complicated course of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine.
- Spondylolisthesis of any etiology.
- Scoliosis in adults.
- Kyphotic deformities of any etiology in adults.
- Cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine injuries in adults.
- Consequences of the spine and spinal cord injuries in adults.
- Spinal canal stenosis on the background of diseases and injuries.
- Congenital mal-development of the cervical spine and craniocervical area in adults.
- Cervical spine pathology in adults.
- Congenital spine deformities in adults.
- Spine and spinal cord tumor in adults.
- Condition after operative invasions including impaired spinal fixation systems, breakage of device elements and progressing deformities.
- Herniated intervertebral disc.
- Chronic back pain (facet syndrome).
- Chronic coccygodynia.
- Trifacial neuritis.
- CP (cerebral palsy) consequences including pronounced contractures of the lower limb joints.
- Poliomyelitis consequences.
- Hereditary neuropathy.
- Spinal amyotrophy.
- Muscular dystrophy.
- Spinal dysraphism.
- Consequences of trauma, infection diseases and tumors of the central nerve system.
- Reconstructive, restorative and plastic surgery
- Prosthetics/orthotics for restoration of distorted grip function, supportability and walk after amputations and congenital mal-developments of the upper and lower limbs and thoracic deformities and restoration of the skeleton integrity and soft tissues.
- Mal-formations and diseases of the limb stumps of different genesis (trauma consequences, congenital mal-developments, vascular pathology, oncology) while preparing to the prosthetics.
- Scar and scar deformities of all segments.
- Diseases and injuries of hand
- Post-traumatic deformities of the metacarpal bones and fingers.
- Neurogenic hand deformities.
- Mal-united fractures of the distal forearm.
- Neglected injury of flexor and/or extensor tendon of the fingers. Pots-traumatic contracture of the finger joints.
- Fresh and neglected dislocation and dislocation-fracture of the wrist.
- Dupuytren’s contracture.
- Post-traumatic stumps of metacarpal and finger bones.
- Post-traumautic defects of the soft tissues and persistent wounds.
- Post-traumatic neuropathy of the median and ulnar nerve (late period), neglected injury of the digital flexors and extensors and combined contracture of the hand joints.
- Carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy of the forearm median nerve.
- Rheumatoid polyarthritis of the hand joints.
- Closed fracture and pseudarthrosis of navicular bone.
- Hand bones cysts and enchondroma
- All types of congenital hand mal-development.
- Congenital and acquired club-hand.
- Hygroma, synovioma. Stenosis of tendon canals.
- Extensive post-burn keloid scars.
- Closed hand bones fractures.
- Open fractures of the forearm in the lower third.
- Hand joints arthroses of post-traumatic and degenerative character.
- Neglected tendon injuries
- Diseases and injuries of foot
- Congenital and acquired foot deformities, including the recurrent ones.
- Deforming arthrosis of the foot joints of grade III.
- Transverse flatfoot and valgus deformity of the great toe.
- Hammer toe.
- Poliomyelitis sequeli, i.e. contractures of the large joints, limb shortening and foot deformities.
- Mal-development of the foot bones and adjacent segments
- Mal-united and mal-uniting fractures of the foot.
- Lengthening of the foot and tibial stumps and formation of the foot-like support.Cosmetic modeling of tibia.
- Joint replacement of the I and II metatarsophalangeal joints.
- Split foot.
- Infection osteology
- Chronic hematogenous, post-traumatic, post-operative and gun-shot osteomyelitis.
- Infected endoprosthesis of any location and consequences of joint replacement.
- Infection consequences of bone plating and intramedullary nailing (any plates, nails, rods, screws, etc.)
- patients with neurosurgical pathology complicated with infection.
- Trophic ulcers and bedsores.
GUIDELINES FOR PATIENTS
STEP 1 - APPLICATION. COST.
* Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of March 6, 2013 N 186 "On the Approval of the Rules for the Provision of Medical Assistance to Foreign Citizens on the Territory of the Russian Federation"
STEP 2 – VISA. TRIP ARRANGEMENTS.
Note: If in-patient treatment takes more than 3 months the visa for the patient and accompanying persons is extended with the help of employees of the Ilizarov Center
Note: A transfer from the airport can be arranged on request of the patient for an extra charge
STEP 3 – ARRIVAL. ADMISSION.
Ilizarov Center invites you to the consultation. Get advice in the following ways:
- by phone international department +7 (3522) 45-47-58.
- came to the clinic for internal consultation
Please, send your medical record information and images. Upon receipt, your application will be studied by a specialist and the conclusion about the possibility to be treated at our Center will be send to your email address. You may also be asked to supply additional medical findings or images. Our recommendations are of advisable character.
Federal State Budgetary Institution "National Ilizarov Medical Research Center for Traumatology and Ortopedics" of Ministry of Healthcare, the Russian Federation
Address:6, M.Ulyanova street, Kurgan, 640014, Russia