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Orthopedic Oncology Services

Our allied oncology hospitals offer treatment for adults and children with musculoskeletal tumours. They have the facilities to evaluate and treat many different types of disorders, including benign tumours, malignant tumours, bone tumours, soft tissue tumours, and metastatic lesions. They have skilled professionals, to manage orthopaedic problems in oncologic patients, who may require specialized, multidisciplinary care in a comprehensive cancer centre. Such problems include fractures, trauma, arthritis, avascular necrosis, osteoporosis, and infections.

Our chosen partners have created the infrastructure to provide state-of-the-art treatment for primary, malignant tumours, Osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma, chondrosarcoma, chordoma, and soft tissue sarcomas with an objective to maximize the function of each patient with advanced surgical and reconstructive techniques.

Your bone cancer treatment will depend on many factors, including the location, size, type, grade, and stage of the tumour, as well as your age, general health, and other factors.

The type of surgery you receive will vary. For instance, for soft tissue sarcomas, treatment may involve resection of some of the muscles in the arms and legs. For cancer of the bone, procedures may include joint replacement, hip replacement, rodding, or implants. For metastatic cancer to the bone, treatment may involve rodding or rod pixation.

If the cancer is in a location that can’t be removed surgically, our care team is committed to exploring other options. In addition to surgery, you may also receive radiation therapy and/or chemotherapy.

A common treatment for bone cancer is surgery. The goal of surgery may be to remove the tumor and surrounding area of normal bone and/or to relieve symptoms. so the treatment options are following:-

Treatment Options
• Soft tissue excisions/resections
• Joint replacement, hip replacement
• Limb salvage surgery
• Amputation (if necessary)
• Bone grafting
• Rodding/rod pixation (i.e., placing metal rods in bones to prevent them from breaking)
• Implants (e.g., metal implants, prosthesis), transplants
• Reconstructive surgery
• Palliative surgery (to relieve symptoms

You could mail your query at info@curisglobal.com for an estimate and evaluation by the Specialist.