Orthopedic pain or pain related to the joints and bones is a common ailment in the United States. Joint pain limits range of motion, restricting your routine activities and ultimately your quality of life.
Orthopedic issues can arise as a result of aging or accidents. Advanced, minimally-invasive orthopedic treatment options are available at state-of-the-art, multi-specialty healthcare and rehabilitation centers. The personalized treatment offered at these centers allows patients to get relief from various kinds of orthopedic disorders.
Orthopedic specialists treat osteoporosis, arthritis, hip derangement, tendonitis, knee pain, shoulder pain, back pain, sports injuries and more. A multi-specialty center has specialists in various fields of medicine on its staff and can offer comprehensive and systematic treatment using minimally invasive techniques. Surgery is recommended only as a last resort. Orthopedic treatment offered would include
- Joint replacement such as knee and hip replacement
- Back pain treatment
- Discectomy or removal of herniated disc material
- Geriatric hip fracture
- Microsurgery for hand injuries
- Spinal stenosis
- Sports medicine
- Spinal fracture treatment, and
- Other advanced surgical and non-surgical procedures
Besides a detailed physical examination, diagnosis may involve radiological evaluations such as MRIs, CT scans and X-rays. The orthopedic specialists at the center can treat trauma ligaments, tendons and muscles as well as offer patients fall risk assessment and conditioning programs.
The advantages of seeking the services of an advanced and modern treatment and rehabilitation center are that the approach to your condition is holistic with equal focus placed on the emotional and mental wellbeing of the patients. This helps them manage and cope with their condition better.