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Minimally invasive outpatient procedures used to diagnose, treat, and repair a wide range of knee, ankle, and shoulder conditions.
To repair broken bones after a severe fracture.
Removing damaged hip bone and cartilage and replacing them with prosthetic implants to relieve pain and increase mobility.
Removing weight-bearing surfaces of the knee damaged by arthritis and replacing them with artificial material to relieve pain and increase mobility.
Contact us to find out more about these and other surgical procedures:
Fusion of two or more bones of a joint to relieve arthritis pain.
Replacement of both knees during the same surgical procedure.
An outpatient procedure to relieve pain and weakness in the hand.
Holding fragments of broken bone together with metal pins attached outside the skin.
A partial replacement of the hip joint.
A minor surgical procedure to treat abscesses and boils.
To align and stabilize broken bones and help them heal properly.
A procedure that reverses the shoulder ball and socket to treat arthritic shoulders that also have a rotator cuff tear.
An alternative to total knee replacement for patients with damage on only one side of the joint.
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