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Services

Knee/ACL

Cartilage Restoration

Other Knee Surgery

Nonsurg Arthritis Treatment

Patellar Pain

Patellar Pain

Knee Cap or Patellar Pain

The Knee Cap or “Patella” and the structures that attach to it are the most common source of knee pain. It most commonly takes the form of “Chondromalacia Patellae” or “Patellar Tendinitis.” The knee cap is a late evolutionary adaptation that is not necessary for walking but allows increased mechanical advantage for vertical motion activities

Post-Op Information

Post-Op Information

Weight Bearing and Recovery Time for:

Meniscectomy, Chondroplasty, Loose Body Removal, Diagnostic Arthroscopy, Synovectomy, Debridement, Articular Cartilage Biopsy, and Arthroscopic Lateral Release: You will be “weight bearing as tolerated” immediately after surgery until your recovery is complete.

Patient Case Histories

Shoulder

Hand/Wrist

Hand/Wrist

Injuries to the hands and wrist are common. People use their hands a lot and that gives them many opportunities to injure them. During a fall, hands can be injured when they are used in an attempt to break the fall. Sports are a common source of injuries, especially among younger people. Falls are a more common source of problems among older people. Traumatic injuries can range from cuts and bruises to sprains to broken bones.

Back/Spine

Back/Spine

Spine disorders are one of the most frequent problems in the population, often leading to lost days of work, pain limiting activities, and impairment of daily activities of life. There are abundant treatment programs that offer relief for these problems, some of medical benefit, and some not.

Foot/Ankle

Foot/Ankle

Achilles Tendon Repair

Rupture of the Achilles tendon is a very common injury that results in pain and the inability to lift the foot. Rupture of the Achilles tendon can be treated both surgically and nonsurgically.

Hip

Hip

Arthritis and injuries can cause pain and loss of movement in the hip. In many cases, nonsurgical treatment can help to relieve symptoms and improve function.

The Elbow

The Elbow

Lateral epicondylitis is one of the most common problems seen in the elbow. Patients complain of pain on the outside part of their elbow and in their forearm. It is usually caused by overuse of wrist motion which can occur in tennis players, and workers who handle heavy tools

Knee/Hip Replacement

Knee/Hip Replacement

Knee Replacement

In severe knee arthritis, joint restoration may not be feasible. If the entire knee is involved .

Hip Replacement

In severe knee arthritis, joint restoration may not be feasible. If the entire knee is involved .

Sports Medicine & General

Physical Therapy