Soft Tissue and Bone Damages
Our body consists of a whole of cells formed by the combination of many different components. These cells are composed of components such as bone, tissue, skin, fat, muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and blood vessels. From time to time, various injuries may occur in these tissues and tendons due to external impacts or excessive strain. These components are tissues that hold the body together, connect the organs, and are also very sensitive. At this point, we can examine the damages in soft tissues under two main headings. We can describe the injuries that occur as a result of an external impact or sudden intervention as acute soft tissue disorders.
Another topic is the use of a certain area for many years without the need for any external intervention, and the wear and tear that occurs over time due to excessive use. In both options, the soft tissue damage can be corrected with aesthetic interventions. Many activities can cause soft tissue damage in muscles, ligaments and tendons, and as a result, pain, swelling and bruising can occur. Soft tissue injuries are classified as follows: Contusions (bruises) Sprains Tendinitis Bursitis Stress injuries Stretching and strains Avulsions (blocking of tissue from displacement) Degloving injury (peeling of the skin like a glove) Soft tissue damage, an incision on the skin, bone due to impact It can be seen in different ways such as tissue disorders observed with damage.
In addition, joint injuries due to strain can also be examined under this heading. In addition to any tissue damage or bone damage that may result from acute injuries, inflammations in the joints and various disorders that may occur in the muscle tissues can also be examined under this heading. In such cases of injury and disability, if surgical intervention is deemed necessary as a result of the examination of the specialist physician, the healing process can be supported by physical therapy or various drug treatments after the operation is performed.