Orthopedic Services & Benefits
Learn more about our orthopedic services and their benefits:
Whether you require a partial or total joint replacement, our expert orthopedic surgeons are here for you. We perform hundreds of joint replacement surgeries each year, so you can trust you’re in very capable hands. Plus, you can opt to utilize our state-of-the-art robotic technology as part of your procedure.
Carpal tunnel, arthritis, tendonitis, broken bones, and joint pain are some of the most common reasons you may require hand or wrist surgery. From simple fractures to complex breaks, we deal with it all. We’ll diagnose and treat your injury and work with you to set you up for a successful recovery. That way, you can live free from pain and regain your range of motion.
It’s hard to live in the moment when you’re dealing with chronic back pain. You might not be able to do the things you used to love, like playing golf or keeping up with your grandkids. Whether your back pain is a result of arthritis or another condition, like scoliosis or a herniated disk, our surgical team can improve your quality of life and get you back to doing the things you want to.
Foot and ankle injuries are frustrating because of the limitations they place on everyday life, but when you entrust us with your surgical care we can help you get back on your feet sooner rather than later. We offer treatment for fractures, breaks, tears, issues associated with diabetes, and a wide range of other conditions.
If you acquire an injury while moving or playing a sport, our sports medicine department will assess you, perform diagnostics, and recommend appropriate treatment. You may undergo a movement test or an imaging test as part of your assessment. Depending on the extent of your injury, your doctor may recommend physical therapy, surgery, or another non-surgical treatment.
Take advantage of our state-of-the-art robotic technology for knee and hip replacement. Robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery reduces the potential for complications, improves patient safety, and enhances surgical outcomes. You can also expect a smaller incision, reduced scarring, and a faster recovery.