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Specialties

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Ankle

Ankle

Ankle injuries are one of the most common orthopedic problems, and while many do not lead to ankle surgery, proper diagnosis and treatment require the expertise of an orthopedic specialist. Learn why it’s so important to work with an ankle doctor who looks at surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic Surgery

Also known as arthroscopy or keyhole surgery, arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure and one of the most common surgical procedures performed today on the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, elbow, and wrist. Learn how it works and when it’s a good fit.

Bone Health

Bone Health

Maintaining bone health is so important to our ability to be mobile, active, and healthy our entire life. But many people don’t think about it until they experience pain or injury, well after the early stages of osteoporosis have set in. Learn what signs to look for.

Elbow

Elbow

Elbow pain can be particularly limiting to everyday life, and self-care at home for minor sprains, strains and overuse injuries can help minimize the pain. But for more serious injuries or if elbow pain doesn’t go away, it’s time to see an orthopedic specialist.

Foot

Foot

The foot is one of the most complex parts of the skeletal system, and 75 percent of Americans will experience foot problems at one time or another. Yet many people go far too long with pain that that restricts day-to-day activities like work, exercise and even walking. Find out when it’s time to see a doctor.

Foot Reconstruction

Foot Reconstruction

Alleviating pain and restoring function are the primary objectives of foot reconstruction, which is used to correct birth defects, diseases, and other foot ailments. Learn about the most common types of foot reconstruction surgery and other non-surgical options.

General

General

Orthopedic issues include muscle, bone and joint injuries. Proper diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal issues is key to support long-term success and patient quality of life. Learn how orthopedic specialists use customized treatment programs to get patients moving again.

Hand

Hand

Hands are one of the most sensitive, yet powerful and useful joints in the body, and there are numerous hand issues that require expert care from an orthopedic specialist or hand surgeon. In addition to treating broken bones, arthritis and more, learn how hand doctors treat carpal tunnel syndrome, which affects more than eight million people a year.

Hip

Hip

The hip is an extremely strong and amazingly flexible joint, that supports the full weight of the body. But hip pain can come from many sources and impact far more than the joint itself. Learn what types of hip pain can improve with self-care and which need specialized treatment.

Knee

Knee

Knee pain afflicts millions of people of all ages, and it can often be unbearable to get through everyday activities like walking upstairs or sitting in a chair. Learn about the many different sources and treatments for knee pain.

Leg

Leg

The leg is made up of an intricate web of bone, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves, and the potential for leg pain can be significant and distressing. Learn why it’s important to be evaluated by a specialist if your pain is interfering with everyday life.

Meniscus

Meniscus

More than 800,000 meniscus surgeries are performed in the United States every year, making it one of the most common surgeries to restore stability and relieve pain. And some people may have a meniscus tear that heals on its own and never even know it. Learn more.

Musculoskeletal Neck

Musculoskeletal Neck

Neck pain can be caused by something as simple as sleeping in a weird position, poor posture, or too much screen time. But it can also come from diseases such as degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, or fibromyalgia. See why diagnosing the cause and treatment options puts patients on the road to recovery sooner.

Musculoskeletal Spine

Musculoskeletal Spine

Back pain is the single leading cause of disability around the world, preventing many people from engaging in everyday activities. Discomfort in the lower back affects up to 80% of Americans at some point. Back discomfort can be uniquely complex, so proper diagnosis and treatment require a skilled specialist.

Neck

Neck

The cervical vertebrae support the head and neck, and pain caused by cervical spondylolysis (aka cervical osteoarthritis) is present in more than 90 percent of people 60 and older. Typically caused by the wear-and-tear of aging, it involves changes to the bones, discs, and joints of the neck. Learn about symptoms and treatments.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps patients resume or improve the way they accomplish day-to-day tasks to work, learn and live more independently. Learn more about this therapy, which is primarily focused on the hand, wrist and elbow joints that are integral to the ability to perform daily tasks like eating, dressing, writing or typing, and driving.

Orthopedic Reconstruction

Orthopedic Reconstruction

There are some scenarios when orthopedic reconstruction surgery is the best path to help a patient regain joint function, reduce /eliminate pain and restore activity. Highly trained surgeons who specialize in orthopedic reconstruction perform surgery on many different joints, with hip and knee reconstruction as two of the most common procedures. Learn more about orthopedic reconstruction surgery and if it is the right option for you.

Partial Joint Replacement

Partial Joint Replacement

Partial joint replacement is a less invasive surgery than a total joint replacement, but each procedure has various benefits and considerations. Learn more about the procedure, recovery and options for partial knee replacement, which replaces only the affected compartment of the knee.

Physiatry

Physiatry

A physiatrist, which is also known as a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician focuses on the non-surgical enhancement and restoration of function for people with injuries, including occupational or sports injuries, or physical disabilities. Learn about the conditions treated tied to nerves, the spinal cord, joints, bones, and muscles.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Orthopedic physical therapy helps to build strength, improve range of motion and restore function. It is essential, both to help patients prepare for surgery, and part of a comprehensive treatment and recovery plan post-surgery, as well as for nonsurgical care of many injuries.

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine

Also known as biologic therapy, regenerative medicine is a rapidly emerging orthopedic field for which there is considerable excitement and potential. It refers to “regenerating” human tissue and cells to fix a bodily function or condition and focuses on healing the underlying cause of the symptoms by using the body’s natural healing factors.

Shoulder

Shoulder

Shoulder pain can make simple acts like housework or getting dressed seem like a monumental task. Playing sports like tennis or golf can become impossible. Learn how shoulder pain is caused by overuse injuries, often from sports or work; trauma, such as dislocation or separation; and disease, like arthritis.

Spinal Disorders

Spinal Disorders

Spinal stenosis is a common spinal disorder that involves a narrowing of the spine canal, which occurs most often in the lower back and the neck. Learn about diagnosis of the two kinds of spinal stenosis, and various surgical and nonsurgical treatment options.

Spine

Spine

People place many demands on their spine, and pain can be very disruptive to daily life. But most spine patients obtain relief from procedures that do not involve surgery. Learn why it’s so important to diagnose and address spine issues early to maximize treatment options.

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine

Sports medicine helps all types of active people recover from injury and get moving again. Specialists in sports medicine serve a wide range of patients, from amateur and professional athletes, to those with physical jobs, such as firefighters, military and other first responders, as well as active children and teens, whose growing bodies require special care.

Sports Performance

Sports Performance

Sports performance services are tailored toward athletes of all ages, skill levels and circumstances. Learn how these services help athletes return to peak performance after an injury; and how they can increase strength, speed, agility and endurance while maintaining a healthy routine and preventing injuries.

Total Joint Replacement

Total Joint Replacement

This procedure removes and replaces an arthritic, worn out or otherwise painful and damaged joint. Each year millions of people undergo total joint replacement with total hip replacements and total knee replacements being most common. Learn about these and other total joint replacement procedures.

Upper Extremity

Upper Extremity

The shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand comprise some of the most useful and important joints in our bodies, and they are known together as the upper extremity. Learn how physicians and surgeons specialize in diagnosis and treatment of upper extremity injuries and conditions.

Wrist

Wrist

One of the most important of all joints in both everyday life, the wrist has three main joints which make it very stable and allows for a wide range of movement. Learn why it’s complex structure makes among the most likely joints to be injured.