Whether your knees hurt, hip pain has you limping, or you’ve broken a bone, we’ll help you heal. At Providence, our orthopedic team cares for all kinds of muscle, bone and joint disorders.
Our services range from diagnosing pain and other symptoms to performing sophisticated surgical procedures for fractures, sports injuries and partial or total joint replacements.
Providence orthopedic surgeons are part of a skilled and coordinated healing team. We work with neurosurgeons, radiologists, nurses, physical therapists and other specialists to provide personalized care. From outpatient clinic services to inpatient hospital and rehabilitation therapies, we’ll ease your road to recovery.
We’ll get to the source of your knee, hip, joint or muscle pain. In addition to diagnosis, we treat a range of orthopedic conditions, including:
- ACL injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hip fractures
- Joint conditions and injuries
- Muscle pulls, sprains, strains and overuse injuries
- Rotator cuff and other shoulder injuries
- Sports injuries
- Traumatic injury
- Trigger finger
- Wounds from injury or surgical procedures
We offer consultation, treatment and support for the full range of orthopedic injuries and conditions. Our doctors tailor treatment to your needs – from nonsurgical therapies to minimally invasive and open surgeries.
Our orthopedics team includes sports medicine experts who treat everything from sprains, strains and overuse injuries to fractures and concussions. See us for routine checkups, sports medicine and physical therapy to keep you in the game as well as major joint repair or reconstruction and more.
When possible, Providence doctors use minimally invasive surgical approaches to treat certain conditions. Our surgeons use advanced imaging and surgical instruments to operate with fewer incisions for easier, faster recovery than traditional open surgery. Your doctor will discuss which options are right for you.
Your doctor may examine or treat certain knee, hip, shoulder or other joint conditions using arthroscopic surgery. Arthroscopy is sometimes called keyhole surgery because doctors can insert an arthroscope through a small, keyhole-sized incision.
The thin tube-like scope includes a fiber-optic video camera. Doctors use this device to look inside a joint to diagnose and treat problems such as inflamed or injured tissues. In some instances, surgeons can create another small incision and use sophisticated tools to treat the injured area.
At Providence, our specialists will coordinate your care across many areas of medicine. Your team may include these and other experts:
- Interventional radiologists
- Occupational therapists
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Physical therapists
- Physicians assistants
- Respiratory therapists
- Social workers
- Sports medicine doctors
Joint Replacement Surgery Patient Education
Are you undergoing joint replacement surgery? Join us for a free educational video series designed to help you prepare and relieve any anxiety you may have. This video series is designed to prepare patients for their upcoming total hip or knee replacement surgeries.