From a broken bone to joint replacement, our team at the Center for Bone & Joint Health uses their extensive knowledge to establish a diagnosis and develop a plan of care to help you meet your goals. It is our practice to exhaust every appropriate treatment option before considering surgery. However, if a surgical procedure becomes the right option, our team of specialists is ready.
Why Choose Us
- Care close to home
- Comprehensive team from diagnosis through rehabilitation
- Flexible scheduling options to meet your needs
- Providers believe in continuing education to stay up-to-date with the best treatment options
- Sports medicine trained providers
- Trained in current technology, tools and techniques
- Your goals are our priority
Joint Replacement Surgery
Why Choose Us
- Complication rates below state and national standards
- Joint education prior to your surgery to ease your mind
- Private rooms for your hospital stay
- Stay close to home
- Variety of options for rehabilitation
How to Prepare for Joint Replacement Surgery
Additional Joint Replacement Resources From Our Health Library
Hand & Upper Extremity
Reaching, grabbing, writing, driving, lifting or waving are all activities that we take for granted.
Each of these seemingly simple daily activities are only possible because of the versatility and flexibility of the upper extremity. This area of the human body is uniquely complex and includes the joints, bones, and muscles of the fingers, hand, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder. Its intricate and mobile design coupled with the use and abuse sustained each day can make this region of the body highly-susceptible to injury.
Clinical expertise is applied to quickly establish an accurate diagnosis and develop a plan of care that fits the needs of each patient suffering from upper-extremity pain or discomfort. A team of surgeons and other medical professionals are well-versed in treating a variety of conditions affecting the shoulder, arm and hand, from carpal tunnel release to shoulder replacement.
We specialize in the treatment of:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Degenerative and rheumatoid arthritis
- Fractures, dislocations, subluxations
- Impingement syndromes
- Overuse and traumatic injuries
- Rotator cuff tears
- Shoulder instability
- Soft tissue sprains, strains and contusions