• How do we arrive at the hospital?

    Our non-emergency patient transport service is available for patients who cannot travel to or from our hospitals using any other method of transport because of their medical or mobility condition.

  • How long do we have to stay in the hospital after limb lengthening surgery?

    The duration of hospitalization ranges from 4 to 5 days.

  • Do I need to go to Turkey every month for routine follow up after surgery?

    No, there is no need to visit doctor every month. We offer follow up care by telephone, Skype or e-mail to our patients after surgery. When there will be need you can send X-rays via e-mail to us.

  • Do I use ice or heat on my injury?

    Generally, it is recommended to use ice in the acute stage of an injury (within the first 24 – 48 hours) or whenever swelling is showing. Ice helps to reduce inflammation and swelling by decreasing blood flow to the area that is injured. The general guideline is not to apply ice directly on the skin (you should apply ice indirectly) for 20 minutes, remove the ice for at least 20 minutes, and repeat if it is necessary.

    Heat is used to increase blood flow, which helps promote pain relief after inflammation and swelling subside. Heat is also used to assist in warming muscles up prior to exercise, any physical activity, or physical therapy.

  • What is internal fixation?

    Internal fixation is a treatment to hold pieces of a broken bone in the correct position with metal plates, pins, or screws while the bone is healing.

  • What kind of Leg Lengthening methods are exist?

    There are Ilizarov, Holyfix, LON/LATN and Intramedullary nailing (Precice) methods used in limb lengthening surgery. 

  • How long does it take for leg lengthening surgery to heal completely?

    Healing times depend largely on the patient’s overall health, body type and mainly depends on how long the bone is lengthened.

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