At B.D.F Hospital we diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions and injuries you may have involving your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscle, and nerves.
We will provide our expertise in current technologies and be your guide if rehabilitation is needed.
We will work with you to maximize your recovery and improve your quality of life.
The Orthopedic surgeons at the Bahrain Defence Force Hospital provide outstanding diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for patients experiencing a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.
Our highly effective collaborations with our excellent nursing staff, physical therapists and other health care providers have won the Orthopedic Department at BDF Hospital recognition as a leader in the patient-centered care.
We have received national and international attention for our multi-disciplinary preoperative classes, which are offered to all patients undergoing major orthopedic procedures. Our focus is on optional patient care, the collaborative purist of excellence.
The Orthopedic Department at BDF Hospital is comprised of surgeons who have significant experience in pediatric and adult orthopedics, including hand surgery, joint replacement, spine surgery, fracture care, and sports medicine, all of which involve treating disorders of the muscular-skeletal system, e.g., bones, joints, muscles, nerves, and spine. We are committed to the highest quality patient care. We offer a wide range of general orthopedic services to help ensure that you get back to your normal routine as quickly as possible.
We offer on-site x-ray and other non-invasive diagnostic treatment. Once a diagnosis is made, our physicians will develop treatment plans and strategies tailored to the specific needs of each patient.
We offer complete fracture care and follow up services for rehabilitation and monitoring recovery, as needed. X-ray results are available at the time of care and most diagnosis are made at that time. If additional diagnostic testing is needed, our staff will provide instructions.
- Arthroscopic Surgery
- Back and Spine Care
- Fracture Care
- Hand Problems
- Joint Replacement
- New techniques in Arthritis treatment
- Sports Medicine
- Trauma Care
- Congenital limb deformities
- Traumatic hand injuries
- Rickets ( Vitamin D+ CA+)
- Spasticity cerebral palsy and tumors of bone+muscle
- Dislocation of hip join at birth
- Flat feet/pes cavus
- Hallux valgus
- Limbs/bone lengthening
- Serial casting of club foot
- Sports injuries
- Trauma and road traffic injuries
- Septic arthritis infection