Complex Fracture & Trauma

Welcome to our Complex Fracture & Trauma Center, where resilience meets expertise in the journey toward recovery. At our state-of-the-art facility, we understand the physical and emotional challenges that accompany complex fractures and trauma. Led by a team of skilled and compassionate healthcare professionals, our center is committed to providing comprehensive care that addresses both the immediate and long-term needs of our patients.

The heart of our center lies in the dedication to individualized care. We recognize that each patient is unique, and our team works collaboratively to tailor treatment plans that consider the specific circumstances and goals of every individual. From intricate surgical procedures to rehabilitative therapies, our focus is on restoring functionality and enhancing the quality of life for those impacted by complex fractures and trauma.

Welcome to Dr. Pratik Dhabalia’s Complex Fracture & Trauma Center, a beacon of hope and healing for those navigating the challenges of complex fractures and trauma. Dr. Pratik Dhabalia, a distinguished expert in orthopedic and trauma care, leads our center with a commitment to providing exceptional and personalized care to each patient.

Dr. Pratik Dhabalia and his dedicated team of healthcare professionals bring together a wealth of experience and expertise, employing advanced techniques and technologies to address a wide range of orthopedic challenges. Complex Fracture & Trauma Center is designed to be a supportive and empathetic space. We recognize the emotional and physical impact of complex injuries, and our team is dedicated to providing compassionate care that extends beyond medical treatment.


What is a complex fracture, and how is it different from a simple fracture?

A complex fracture involves additional complications, such as damage to surrounding tissues or multiple breaks in the bone, making it more challenging to treat than a simple fracture.

What types of injuries fall under the category of trauma in orthopedics?

Trauma in orthopedics encompasses injuries resulting from accidents, falls, sports incidents, or other impactful events, often leading to fractures, dislocations, and soft tissue damage.

How are complex fractures diagnosed?

Diagnosis typically involves a combination of physical examination, imaging studies (X-rays, CT scans, MRI), and sometimes additional tests to assess the extent of soft tissue damage.

What treatment options are available for complex fractures?

Treatment may include surgical interventions, such as internal fixation or external fixation, as well as rehabilitative therapies to restore functionality and promote healing.

How long does the recovery process take for complex fractures and trauma?

The recovery time varies based on the severity of the injury and the chosen treatment. It can range from weeks to months, with ongoing rehabilitation often playing a crucial role.

What role does physical therapy play in the recovery from complex fractures?

Physical therapy is essential for regaining strength, flexibility, and mobility. It is often tailored to the specific needs of the patient and the nature of their injury.

Are there non-surgical options for treating complex fractures?

In some cases, non-surgical approaches, such as casting or bracing, may be considered. However, surgical intervention is often necessary for more complex injuries.

Can complications arise during the healing process of complex fractures?

Yes, complications such as infection, delayed healing, or malunion can occur. Close monitoring and follow-up care help mitigate these risks.

How can patients contribute to their own recovery after complex fractures or trauma?

Following healthcare provider recommendations, adhering to rehabilitation exercises, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and attending scheduled follow-ups are crucial for a successful recovery.