Specialized care for patients with advanced arthritis, a condition causing pain and stiffness in several joints.
A minimally invasive surgical procedure using an arthroscope to identify and treat damage of the joint.
We work to promote bone healing and restore bone function as soon as possible for fracture patients.
Treatment for a condition causing pain in the hand/arm that occurs when the nerve to your hand is compressed or squeezed.
Care for sport-related injuries as well as assistance planning exercise routines to improve athletic performance.
Surgical procedure to repair a tear of the meniscus in the knee.
Surgical and non-surgical treatment of hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, ankle, hip, spine/neck, and foot/lower extremity.
Specialized care for trauma injuries, when damage has occurred as a result of a severely distressing event.
A method of imaging that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of internal body structures in order to diagnose a particular condition.
The use of ultrasound technology to administer pain injections. This method increases the effectiveness of treatment.
A procedure in which a patient’s knee is resurfaced, realigned and stabilized in order to avoid total joint replacement.
A surgical procedure to correct scar tissue from a previous joint replacement or replace or compensate for a failed replacement.
Knee prosthetics that are sized and shaped to fit each patient’s unique anatomy for optimal bone preservation.
A procedure in which the femoral head is trimmed and capped with a smooth metal covering in order to preserve bone.
A surgical procedure that replaces only the damaged parts of the knee, which helps minimize trauma to healthy bone.
A minimally invasive approach to hip replacement—using a direct anterior approach—that involves shorter incisions to reduce pain and improve recovery time.
Complete replacement of the hip and knee joints.