Damaged bones and joints can cause significant pain and limit your ability
to function the way you would like. We offer a variety of orthopedic services
- from advanced diagnostic imaging technology, to innovative surgical
procedures, to physician therapy and rehabilitation programs – all
designed to help you get back on track. Among the services we provide are:
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Bone and joint care for hands, elbows, shoulders, ankles, knees and hips
- Ligament reconstruction
- Repair of broken bones
- Total joint replacement
- Treatment for spine and back conditions
- Treatment for sports injuries
- Treatment of work-related injuries
Advances in orthopedic care
Not long ago, a serious bone or joint problem meant major surgery was inevitable.
But now, many joints can be repaired with minimally invasive arthroscopic
In arthroscopic procedures, an orthopedic specialist makes incisions about
the size of a buttonhole and inserts a tiny camera and pencil-thin instruments
into the joint. The camera transmits images to a monitor, which the surgeon
uses to view the procedure. This remarkable technology allows the surgeon
to repair tears and other joint problems without major surgery.
Many arthroscopic procedures do not require an overnight hospital stay.
Patients return to the comforts of home sooner and generally experience
less pain and faster healing.
Hip and knee replacement can help many people with debilitating joint pain
return to active lives. Joints are formed at the ends of two or more bones
connected by tissue called cartilage. Healthy cartilage provides a cushion
for the bones, but when the cartilage is damaged or wears away, the bones
can rub against each other, causing great pain. Joint replacement can
reduce pain, restore movement to the joint, and improve the overall quality
of a patient’s life.
When only a portion of the joint is damaged, a surgeon may be able to perform
partial joint replacement. In other cases, a total joint replacement is
required and involves inserting artificial joints, called implants. Joint
replacement typically requires a few days in the hospital for recovery
Whether you’re a professional athlete or simply a weekend warrior,
we offer sports medicine services to help you get back in the game as
soon as possible. Our team of highly trained professionals, including
radiologists and orthopedic surgeons, provides evaluation and treatment
of sports injuries designed to repair damaged muscles, bones and joints,
while building strength, flexibility and endurance to prevent future sports-related problems.
For more information about our orthopedic services, please call (702) 649-7711.