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Procedures

Achilles Tendonitis Treatment Options
For tendinitis and tendinosis, treatment may include rest, ice, over-the-counter pain relievers and physical therapy. Heel lifts, which elevate the heel and lessen stress on the Achilles tendon, can be helpful. Occasionally immobilization in a walking boot or cast is recommended. Ruptures are treated either with surgery, a cast or...
ACL Repair/Reconstruction Surgery
This procedure replaces a damaged anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The ACL connects the front top of the tibia (the lower leg bone), to the rear bottom of the femur (the thigh bone).
Acromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction
Shoulder reconstruction surgery involves repair of the torn or stretched ligaments so that they are better able to hold the shoulder joint in place. Shoulder reconstruction surgery can be done arthroscopically that involves use of smaller incisions and tiny instruments to perform the repair. Some patients may need an open...
Acromioplasty
Acromioplasty involves removing small amounts of bone from the underside of the acromion and the acromioclavicular joint. The goal is to take away roughness while keeping as much of the normal supporting structures as possible, creating more room in the subacromial space. With additional space, the rotator cuff tendon is...
Ankle Fracture Surgery
This surgical procedure is used to correct a fracture of the fibula or tibia in the ankle joint. The procedure involves attachment of a fixation plate made to the fibula and use of screws or fixation plate on the tibia to stabilize the bones and promote healing.
Ankle Fusion
This surgery is performed to treat severe arthritis or injury of the ankle joint. During the procedure, the surgeon removes damaged bone and cartilage and fuses the joint. This stabilizes the ankle and relieves pain.
Anterior Hip Replacement – Total Hip Anterior Approach
This surgery replaces diseased and damaged portions of the hip with implants designed to restore function to the hip joint. The surgeon uses an incision on the anterolateral part of the hip, instead of a more traditional incision on the side or back of the joint. The anterior incision allows...
Arthritis Foot and Ankle Treatment
Treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis include anti-inflammatory medications and disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs, called DMARDs. These include a class of drugs called biological response modifiers, known as biologics. Surgery may be required if patients have pain that interferes with daily activities, limitations in their range of motion or loss of function...
Arthroscopic Chondroplasty
This outpatient procedure is used to repair a small area of damaged cartilage in the knee. The damaged tissue is removed, allowing healthy cartilage to grow in its place. It is performed through small incisions on the sides of the knee with the aid of a small video camera called...
Autograft (UCL Tear)
Often a torn UCL must be replaced with a tendon “graft.” The material used to reconstruct the ligament is called a graft. The ligament is commonly reconstructed using material from the patient’s own body (autograft) but in rare instances the ligament is reconstructed with a donor (cadaver) tendon called an...
Bankart Lesion Treatment
This arthroscopic procedure is used to repair a detached labrum. The labrum is a thick band of cartilage attached to the glenoid. It lines the shoulder socket and helps keep the ball of the humerus in place.
Biceps Tendon Rupture Surgery
This minimally-invasive surgical procedure is used to repair a rupture or partial tear of the biceps tendon in the shoulder, or to treat chronic tendinitis. In this procedure, the Long Head of Biceps (LHB) tendon is reattached to the top of the humerus, relieving pain, discomfort and restoring stability and...
Biceps Tenodesis Treatment
This minimally-invasive surgical procedure is used to repair a rupture or partial tear of the biceps tendon in the shoulder, or to treat chronic tendinitis. In this procedure, the Long Head of Biceps (LHB) tendon is reattached to the top of the humerus, relieving pain, discomfort and restoring stability and...
Bone Grafting
This is a surgical procedure that replaces missing bone in order to repair bone fractures that are very complex, present a high health risk to the patient, or fail to heal properly.
Broken Collar Bone Surgery
Treatment options may include rest, immobilization of the arm and shoulder through use of a sling or brace, and anti-inflammatory medications. Surgery is usually required if the fracture is pushing on the skin, has pierced the skin, or is chronically painful.
Bunion Treatment
This outpatient procedure is performed to address a bunion, which is a deformity of the toe joint. During the procedure, the surgeon may remove excess bone and then shift the toe into proper alignment.
Bursitis Impingement Surgery
This outpatient procedure relieves pain by decompressing the tight space around the rotator tendon of the shoulder joint. The surgeon removes the bursa and trims back the acromion bone to allow for normal pain-free motion. In most cases, this procedure is performed arthroscopically.
Bursitis/Impingement Surgery
This outpatient procedure relieves pain by decompressing the tight space around the rotator tendon of the shoulder joint. The surgeon removes the bursa and trims back the acromion bone to allow for normal pain-free motion. In most cases, this procedure is performed arthroscopically.
Calcaneus Fracture Surgery
This procedure is used to correct a severe fracture of the heel bone, called the calcaneus. During this procedure, the surgeon stabilizes the bone with hardware to allow the bone to heal properly.
Calcaneus Fracture Treatment
Treatment options include use of cast, splint or brace, anti-inflammatory medication, cold compress, and therapy after the removal of a splint. In cases where the bones of the foot and ankle have moved out of alignment, surgery may be required. See Caclaneus Fracture Surgery.
Carpal Tunnel Release
In a world of keyboards, laptops, texting and other repetitive hand motions, it’s no wonder many people experience pain, numbness and tingling in the hand, wrist and arm. Surgery to Release Unnerving Wrist Pain Known as carpal tunnel syndrome, if you’ve got it, you know exactly how aggravating the symptoms...
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
Treatment options may include rest and ice, and splint. A physician may recommend non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injections, or physical therapy. In some cases, surgery may be required to relieve pressure on the median nerve.
Cartilage Injury Treatment
This technique is designed to treat and repair cartilage defects by regenerating the patient’s own hyaline cartilage, (a weight-bearing cartilage that lines the surface of the knee joint).
Cheilectomy
This surgical procedure is used to help relieve symptoms of hallux rigidus by removing bony growths on top of the big toe’s main joint. This procedure improves joint movement and is most successful in patients whose arthritis is not severe.
Claw Toe Treatment
Treatment options may include a modification of footwear, splinting or taping the toes, pads and stretching exercises. In severe cases, surgery may be required. Common surgeries to correct claw toes include tendon release, joint release, or metatarsal shortening.
Closed Reduction
This is a procedure to set, or reduce, a broken bone without surgery. It is intended to allow the bone to grow back together. It works best when it is done as soon as possible after the bone breaks.
Closed Reduction (Elbow)
This is a procedure to set, or reduce, a broken bone without surgery. It is intended to allow the bone to grow back together. It works best when it is done as soon as possible after the bone breaks.
Closed Reduction (Finger)
This is a procedure to set, or reduce, a broken bone without surgery. It is intended to allow the bone to grow back together. It works best when it is done as soon as possible after the bone breaks.
Closed Reduction (Sternoclavicular Joint)
This is a procedure to set, or reduce, a broken bone without surgery. It is intended to allow the bone to grow back together. It works best when it is done as soon as possible after the bone breaks.
Computer Assisted Orthopedic Surgery of the Knee
This procedure replaces degenerated cartilage in the knee joint with implants to restore function and eliminate pain. The surgeon plans and performs the surgery with the aid of robotic instruments and a computer guidance system.