Orthopedic Procedures

We are specialists in joint surgery, fracture care and rehabilitation.

Knee

Whether your knee pain and limitation are from overuse, injury, or arthritis, we can help. A knee injury doesn't have to keep you from competing. We have helped many athletes of all ages return to their sport, and many recreational enthusiasts return to their activity. We can help you. If your knee is “worn out”, we use state of the art implants and surgical techniques to replace your knee and alleviate your pain.

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Shoulder

The pain of a sore shoulder is an ache like none other. You use your arms for most every daily activity. Most of us even sleep on a shoulder. If you cannot raise your arm, lift objects above your head, throw a ball, serve in tennis or swing a golf club we can help. We can help even if your shoulder just aches at night.

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Hand, Wrist & Elbow

Elbow, wrist and hand injuries are the most frequent type of orthopedic injuries. Common “over-use” injuries like tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and carpal tunnel syndrome often do not require any type of surgery. Wrist and hand fractures are more serious and become a great inconvenience to daily activities like dressing, eating, and personal hygiene. It is hard to “text” when your hand is in a splint.

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Hip

Is it difficult to stand up from a low chair or impossible to stand from a soft sofa? Are you losing your dance moves because of hip pain? We can help. Corbett Winegar is our surgeon specializing in hip care and hip replacement. We use state of the art techniques for surgical hip procedures.

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Foot & Ankle

Learning to run barefoot has it’s positives and it’s negatives. Too much too soon and you can be looking at serious injuries to your heel pad, your tendons and fascia. Hopefully, all that running will keep you from acquiring diabetes and “diabetic feet” and/or bunions. Whatever your foot problem is, we can keep you moving. From ankle sprains to ankle fractures, achilles tendon tears, to gastroc and soleus tears, we can help.

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Spine

No orthopedic surgery is complete without the guidance of a licensed physical therapist to help you completely transition from post-op to your desired activity. We associate with many excellent therapists in the community. They are a part of our team and we will work together to help you rehabilitate completely. We will provide you a list of therapists and athletic trainers we work with. We can help you find someone close to where you live or work.

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