Services We Offer
Services We Provide
Our orthopaedic surgeons and staff provide the most advanced diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. We are committed to providing outstanding quality care with a patient-centered approach. Each of our physicians has extensive experience and specialized training in specific areas of expertise. Please call us to talk about your unique needs.
Athletes – whether young, old or amateur – can suffer from sport-related injuries. The orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's are specially trained in the operative treatment of musculoskeletal medicine related to sport, exercise or recreational activity. Any bone or joint can be affected by sports-related activities, such as head trauma, bone breaks, muscle sprains, shin splints and overuse injuries.
At St. Luke's, we work with patients and their families to understand the injury, the range of treatment options and ways to prevent future injury and reach peak performance.
Joint reconstruction and replacement are available to treat severe joint damage caused by degenerative diseases such as arthritis. Hip, knee and shoulder replacement involves replacing damaged cartilage and bone with man-made devices.
The orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's offer the latest technology and expertise for joint reconstruction and replacement. The goals are to relieve pain, allow for better mobility and restore strength and function to the joint.
The orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's offer a number of surgical procedures to treat conditions of the spine and vertebrae. Conditions include herniated disc, scoliosis, spinal stenosis, tumors, fractures and injuries. The surgeons employ the latest and most effective surgical techniques to provide the best outcomes for patients.
Life- or limb-threatening injuries or wounds occur as the result of motor vehicle crashes, sports accidents, falls, assaults and accidents at home or work. Orthopaedic-related injuries take the form of concussions, dislocated, fractured or broken bones, spinal damage and other injuries to the bones, muscles and joints.
The specially trained orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's provide specialized, focused care for these traumatic injuries.
Reconstructive, Delayed and Malunions
A delayed union refers to a bone that takes longer to heal, but does heal over time. A malunion is a faulty healing of a broken bone. A nonunion is a bone that does not heal.
The orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's use extensive diagnostic techniques to evaluate the cause and results of the conditions and identify the appropriate surgical solution to correct the problem.
Learn more about the surgical services offered by the orthopaedic surgeons at St. Luke's.