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Specialties

All our surgeons at Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center are board-certified and have specialized training in orthopedic surgery. Our mission is to help people lead active lives, whether it’s through a sports injury, replacing a joint or relieving chronic or acute pain from the moment you enter our clinic until you complete your journey back to good health.

Having a hand, wrist or elbow injury, disability or deformity can be stressful. The bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and vessels that make up the hand and wrist are complex and intricate. Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center provides a complete range of surgical and non-surgical treatments for hand and wrist conditions. Your surgeon works with you to develop a personalized plan of care suited to your unique needs.

Hip or knee pain can limit your mobility and prevent you from doing the activities you enjoy. Many conditions can be treated non-surgically, but when surgery is needed, our extensive experience can help ease pain and restore function. Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center provides treatment for acute and chronic knee and hip conditions.

Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center offers a wide variety of both surgical and non-surgical treatments for conditions relating to the shoulder. Our physicians have extensive training and experience in advanced, cutting-edge techniques including arthroscopic and minimally invasive repairs, and joint replacement.

Sports medicine is the orthopedic subspecialty that embraces those injuries and conditions that affect athletes of all ages and skill levels, from the professional athlete to the weekend warrior. Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center specializes in diagnosing and treating these injuries while also helping you improve your athletic performance and prevent future injuries. Our goal is getting you back to the activities you love as quickly as possible.

Severe joint pain can impact your ability to do the most basic tasks. If you’re having issues with joint pain and swelling due to osteoarthritis, there are many nonsurgical treatments you can try. Anti-inflammatory drugs, certain exercises and injections offer relief for many. If your problems can be controlled with these measures, there is no need for surgery.

Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm