Musculoskeletal oncology Musculoskeletal oncology is one of the subspecialties of orthopedic surgery completely focused on the diagnosis and treatment of the malignant and benign tumors as well as other unusual lesions of both the adult and pediatric musculoskeletal system. Also, the Musculoskeletal Oncology Service specializes when it comes to treating bone tumors and soft tissue of the limbs, shoulders and pelvis, malignant and benign tumors, primary bone malignancy, sarcoma, metastatic disease of bone, and pathologic fractures because of the malignancy in adults as well as children. Often bone cancer treatment involves a multidisciplinary approach requiring several specialties like medical oncology, orthopedic oncology, radiology, radiation oncology, and pathology. The treatment plans depend on the location, size, and stage of cancer. Bone sarcomas and Soft tissue are diagnosed and will be treated effectively. The abnormal growth of tissue that forms when cells divide uncontrollably is known as Bone Cancer. It may weaken bone as well as cause a fracture or break The Soft Tissue Sarcomas Family of cancers which arise in connective tissues of a patient’s body, that include muscle, blood vessels, fat, nerves, bones, deep skin tissues, and cartilage Few of the treatments and procedures orthopedic oncology surgeons use are: Chemotherapy Diagnostic Imaging Radiation Complex Limb Reconstruction Tumor Resection.