Orthopedics is one of the popular and top fields in medical science that deals with in both surgical and nonsurgical treatments of musculoskeletal trauma, spine diseases, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors, and congenital disorders. This area of treatment is beyond the scope of a general medical practitioner, and a highly specialized field that very few talented medical students choose as a profession. Orthopedics, as a whole, includes surgical procedures performed on musculoskeletal system. These procedures are usually complicated and require enhanced skill of a surgeon. The innovations in these procedures require advance skill and further training to adopt newer techniques.
Haleem Chaudhary’s career and specializations
Dr. Haleem of Cincinnati Ohio is one among leading orthopedic surgeons in United States and is affiliated with Christ Hospital. He has gained a great skill in advance orthopedic surgery by working for nearly two decades in this field. Dr. Haleem, having full name Haleem N Chaudhary, medical school in 2000 at University of Cincinnati and got expertise in as a total joint specialist after joining Beacon Orthopedics. Dr. Haleem is board certified and fellowship trained in adult joint reconstruction from the Anderson Orthopedic Research Institute in Alexandria, Virginia. He got expertise in unicondylar knee replacement, and total joint revisions of the hip and knee.
Chaudhary’s current status
At present, Chaudhary is working with Zimmer Biomet and Apple Watches on a new study that aims to improve the joint replacement surgery and rehabilitation. He also practices in Cincinnati Ohio area and performs surgeries at Christ Hospital in this area. He has a good repute in the field of orthopedic treatment and surgery as he has performed relatively large number of successful orthopedic surgeries, including complicated cases, during his long career in this field. That’s why he is rated among top orthopedic surgeons in the country. He handles comparatively large volume of orthopedic patients than his counterparts with same level of experience.