From neck to toes, from fingers to knees – if it involves your bones and muscles, Meadows Health Orthopedics is your source for quality orthopedic and podiatry care. Our services include:
We possess the special surgical and therapeutic skills required to ensure full recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most commonly injured ligaments of the knee. Our orthopedic surgeons provide advanced ACL treatment including arthroplasty.
Meadows Health Orthopedics provides a range of treatment options for painful bunions, from medications to a surgical bunionectomy.
We provide treatment options for chronic elbow conditions such as bursitis or tennis/golf elbow (tendinopathy); and for a sudden elbow injury, such as bruising, a sprain or a fracture.
Our orthopedic specialists know if a broken bone simply needs to be set and immobilized in a cast, or if it requires traction, pins, or other more advanced treatment.
Our Board-certified orthopedic surgeons can care for you with their expert knowledge and extensive experience replacing knee and hip joints.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that requires only a small incision to repair joint damage. This may enable us to treat your condition without open surgery or an overnight hospital stay.
We work closely with our patients experiencing a painful hammer toe, exploring the full range of non-surgical and surgical options. Whether it’s foot exercises, toe pads or splints, medicine or surgery, we develop the best treatment plan for each individual patient.
Whether you have a worsening trigger finger, suffer a simple or complex fracture, or develop carpal tunnel syndrome, we will promptly diagnose and develop the best treatment plan for your hand or wrist.
Many treatment options may relieve the pain and slow the progression of osteoarthritis. From pain management and physical therapy all the way to joint replacement surgery, we’ll determine the best option for you.
We address problems with the ligament that connects your heel and toes when it becomes swollen or irritated or suffers small tears.
We are experienced with this state-of-the-art procedure, which is designed to restore range of motion if you have suffered both joint and muscle damage in your shoulder.
Our Board-certified orthopedists can surgically repair the muscles and tendons that form the “rotator cuff” in your shoulder.
We can relieve pain and help restore your arm’s range of motion by surgically replacing the shoulder joint, if needed.
We have the know-how to evaluate sports injuries and provide comprehensive treatment options, from rehabilitation to arthroplasty.