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The combination of COVID-19 and orthopedics poses a unique challenge to healthcare systems and orthopedic practitioners globally. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial influence on orthopedic care delivery, causing disruptions in elective surgeries, changes in outpatient clinic operations, and alterations to rehabilitation regimens. Orthopedic surgeons and healthcare providers have had to adjust quickly to guarantee patient safety while handling musculoskeletal disorders throughout the epidemic.

During the pandemic, telemedicine has shown to be a beneficial tool in orthopedic treatment, allowing for remote consultations, follow-up visits, and rehabilitation monitoring to reduce in-person contact and the danger of virus transmission. Orthopedic surgeons are increasingly using telehealth platforms to evaluate patients, provide preoperative education, and provide postoperative treatment, ensuring continuity of care while following social distancing rules.


  • Impact of COVID-19 on Orthopedic Practices
  • Orthopedic Surgery during the Pandemic
  • Musculoskeletal Manifestations of COVID-19
  • Rehabilitation Challenges for COVID-19 Survivors
  • Orthopedic Complications in Severe COVID-19 Cases
  • Orthopedic Education and Training during the Pandemic
  • Orthopedic Research and COVID-19
  • Infection Control in Orthopedic Settings
  • Orthopedic Patient Management Strategies
  • Global Perspectives and Experiences