Overview

Our team of orthopedic surgeons treats a variety of issues related to your bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Specifically, they treat elbow pain, foot and ankle injuries, hands, hip injuries or hip pain, knee issues, shoulder pain, as well as spine issues. Sports injuries, such as broken bones, ACL tears, tennis elbow, and pulled groins can all be treated by a PCI orthopedic surgeon.

Orthopedics Treatment & Services

  • Arthroscopic Procedures – used to visualize, diagnose, and treat the problems inside of a joint. Arthroscopy is used to treat rotator cuff tears, carpal tunnel syndrome, general arthritis, and torn ligaments.
  • Cartilage Replacement – In joints, such as elbows and knees, cartilage can wear out and cause joints to not move as easily. Cartilage can be damaged by sports injuries or other severe strains. Osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis can also damage cartilage.
  • Joint Replacement (ankle, hip, knee, and shoulder) – Joints can be damaged by arthritis, injuries, or other causes. An eroded joint can cause pain, stiffness, or swelling. Hip replacements, and other replacement surgeries, are done by removing the old joint and replacing it with one made from plastic, metal, or both.
  • Minimally Invasive Procedures – Smaller incisions, less tissue damage, and less muscle trauma are all characteristics of minimally invasive procedures. Using minimally invasive technology, Orthopaedic surgeons are able to perform knee surgery, shoulder surgery, joint replacements, and spine surgery.
  • Osteotomies – Osteotomies are done to correct a bone that may be healing crooked, is too long, or misaligned. An osteotomy is a common way to treat types of arthritis and is practiced in the knee, hip, jaw, and chin.
  • Reconstruction Procedures – Reconstructive procedures are sometimes used instead of full joint replacement surgeries. This involves correcting or filling a small portion of the joint or bone.
  • Trauma Care – fixes simple isolated fractures, such as a broken bone or life-threatening accidents with multiple breaks. Trauma orthopedic surgeons are experienced in treating the more difficult fractures, such as those near a joint, the pelvis, or multiple fractures to one bone.