Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
Orthopedists specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal conditions involving muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones, joints and nerves. Treatments range from medications, physical therapy and immobilization to surgical correction of the affected area.
Physiatry & Pain Management
Our physiatrist specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders and diseases. Areas of focus include arthritis, tendonitis, nerve injuries, back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.
A podiatrist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of foot conditions. Podiatry involves medical, surgical and biomechanical treatment options for conditions such as foot trauma, heel pain, bunions, ingrown toenails and general foot conditions.
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners diagnose, prescribe medications and manage most injuries and illnesses either independently or in collaboration with physicians.
A physician assistant performs a variety of patient care functions including examinations, collection of patient information and instruction regarding care in order to assist the physician.
A physical therapist focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all types of musculoskeletal ailments including sprains, strains, overuse injuries, joint pain and arthritis. Stretching, exercise and other treatments to reduce swelling and promote healing are commonly used.
An occupational therapist provides evaluation and treatment for injuries that affect a person’s ability to perform daily activities. Therapists specialize in upper extremity injuries particularly those of the elbow, hand, wrist or fingers with the goal of restoring functionality.
The diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal conditions involving muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones, joints and nerves.
Returning the professional, collegiate, high school and weekend athlete back to their pre-injury level of activity as quickly and safely as possible.
Total Joint Replacement
Surgical implantation of an artificial device that replaces all or part of the painful joint.
Techniques to heal wounds resulting from punctures, abrasions, lacerations and medical conditions such as diabetes.
Treatment designed to reduce pain and help the patient achieve a reasonable quality of life and ability to function.
Onsite digital x-ray equipment facilitates the diagnosis and decision making process of injury care.
Electromyography testing / nerve conduction studies are performed to diagnose pinched nerves, nerve injuries, neuromuscular and muscular disorders.
Our DXA bone densitometry unit accurately measures bone density to diagnose osteoporosis. The test is completed in less than 20 minutes. Patients remain fully clothed throughout the test.
Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure used to visualize, diagnose and treat joint problems.
Treatment for broken bones that involves immobilization through splinting, casting and / or surgery.
Diagnosis of the causes and treatment options for patients suffering from joint-related ailments.
Wrist & Hand Injuries
Acute and chronic injury care and treatment involving splinting, exercise and / or surgery.
Foot & Ankle Injuries
Acute and chronic injury care and treatment that can include splinting, exercise and / or surgery.
Workers’ Compensation Injuries
We treat all types of work-related injuries to assist the injured worker to return to work as quickly and safely as possible.
Joint Injections (Viscosupplementation / Cortisone)
A procedure used in the treatment of inflammatory joint conditions. The medication is injected into the affected joint where it delivers a dose of any one of many anti-inflammatory agents.
Casting / Splints / Bracing
Various devices used to immobilize a bone or joint that may be injured or fractured.
Molded shoe inserts, i.e. arch supports, designed to provide external control, correction and support.