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Orthopedics overview


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Orthopedic surgeons treat your aches, pains, tears and fractures of the bones, joints and muscles.

Our team treats both injuries and conditions. We help you get the best possible outcome so you can return to normal activities.

Treatments​ include:

  • Non-surgical options
  • Surgery
  • Rehabilitation

Some conditions result from aging, while overuse or diseases cause other problems. Our specialists work to help you back to normal activities as quickly as possible.

Our doctors also tackle total joint replacement and reconstruction. A new knee, hip or other joint can dramatically improve your quality of life. In some cases, a complete joint replacement may not be needed.​

Take the Arthritis Quiz

This quiz is a chance to find out more about arthritis and arthritis treatment.

1. Although health care providers have identified more than 100 forms of arthritis, most people have 1 of 3 main forms.
2. Arthritis affects only the wrist, ankle, and knee joints.
3. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis.
4. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects men twice as often as women.
5. RA can be quite disabling.
6. Gout is the mildest form of arthritis.
7. If you develop arthritis, you should not exercise, because it will further damage joints.
8. You must have swelling in at least 3 joints before arthritis can be diagnosed.
9. If your symptoms of OA or RA disappear, you have been cured.

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