The orthopedics department at Metro Healthcare Partners provides effective treatment for sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, degenerative arthritis, and other related problems. We are committed to helping patients reduce pain, return to their previous level of activity or recover from an injury quickly and smoothly.
Our orthopedic specialists work with physical therapists, neurologists, pain specialists, and primary care physicians to provide customized treatment for people of all ages.
Advanced diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are used to evaluate and treat a wide range of conditions such as sports injuries, arthritic conditions, fractures, back pain, knee pain, sprains and strains, and osteoporosis. Our treatment options range from non-invasive to minimally invasive and advanced surgery. Advanced modalities are used to speed recovery times and help manage pain.
Our Orthopedic Specialties:
- Hip and knee
- Shoulder and elbow
- Sports medicine
- Foot and ankle
- Hand and wrist
- Pediatric orthopedics
What is orthopedics?
Orthopedics is a medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of various disorders, injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal system comprising the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. A doctor who specializes in this medical specialty is called an orthopedic surgeon or orthopedist. Some orthopedic doctors also focus on a specific field of orthopedics, such as pediatrics, sports medicine, or trauma.
Is surgery the only recommended treatment in orthopedics?
Orthopedic treatments include both surgical and non-surgical options. Many musculoskeletal conditions can be treated without surgery by using medications, physical and occupational therapy, or other alternative therapies. Surgery is recommended only if the patient does not respond to non-invasive treatments.
Will I need physical therapy?
Orthopedic care along with physical therapy may be recommended to focus on the treatment or rehabilitation of injuries to the orthopedic system, which includes muscles, bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Orthopedic specialists also work with neurologists, pain specialists, and primary care physicians to provide customized treatment for people of all ages.