Programs & Services

  • Our surgeons are experts in treating knee and hip pain. Our expertise in osteoarthritis, ligament/meniscus repair, cartilage replacement and minimally invasive joint procedures can improve your quality of life.

  • Foot and ankle problems can occur at any stage of life. Our surgeons treat a wide range of conditions, including arthritis and fractures of different parts of the foot and ankle, diabetes-related issues and other foot problems like bunions and hammertoe.

  • Almost everyone has back pain, but not all back pain is the same. Our spine specialists offer solutions for all kinds of back problems, from muscle-related conditions to more serious issues involving the spine

  • There are 27 bones in the human hand, and a problem with any one of them can cause discomfort and pain. Our surgeons can treat conditions in any of those bones, as well as other problems that affect the hand and wrist, from arthritis to carpal tunnel syndrome.

  • Our trauma surgeons offer care for all types of fractures — including the upper and lower extremities, spine and hip — in patients of all ages. We also offer rehab options to deal with the other ways broken bones affect the body.

  • Shoulder and elbow problems can severely limit your mobility. Our specialists offer state-of-the-art procedures to treat strained or injured tendons and ligaments, fractures, dislocations and damaged joints.

  • Even the most cautious athlete can suffer a sports-related injury, from a muscle pull to a ligament tear to more complex injuries. Our team of sports medicine surgeons treats athletes in all sports and at all skill levels to keep you in the game.

  • The Orthopaedic Institute offers a full range of orthopaedic care for babies, children and adolescents. We treat broken bones, sports injuries and bone and joint infections, as well as conditions affecting newborns such as clubfoot.

  • Our specialists diagnose and treat tumors and cancers of the bone and soft tissues, including osteosarcoma and Ewing's sarcoma, in both children and adults. Our goal is for you to fully recover the use of your limbs.

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