Learn About An Area of Injury
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With a full 180-degree range of motion on three different planes, the shoulder is an extraordinary joint. However, the more a joint can do, the more that can go wrong - and the more specialized the treatment. Our physicians have the experience to provide comprehensive care of the shoulder including non-surgical treatments, arthroscopic and open surgeries.
The spine is, perhaps, the most complex system in the body. Medical treatment of spinal injuries and diseases such as conditions of the neck and back including low back pain, herniated discs, degenerative disc release, spine disorders and scoliosis require an extensive knowledge of orthopaedics, neurology, vascular and others. At AOC, spinal care is provided for both pediatric and adult patients.
The elbow is another marvelous joint that connects the humerus with the radial and ulna bones through a complex network of muscles, ligaments and tendons. Essentially a hinge, the unique arrangement of these tissues also allows for rotation. Treatment of injuries and diseases of the elbow requires specialized knowledge. Our physicians are recognized as leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of elbow problems. They provide an extraordinary base of shared knowledge with leading edge surgery and treatment.
We offer comprehensive care of hand disorders including carpal tunnel release, trigger finger release, fusion nerve and tendon transfers as well as reconstructive surgery.
Technologies and procedures for care and repair of the hip have evolved significantly in recent years, and our physicians are among a handful in our area uniquely qualified to provide state-of-the-art therapies and surgery across the broad spectrum of hip treatments. From minimally invasive surgical intervention to transplant concepts that give hope to a new generation of patients, our physicians diagnose and treat with the right approach at the right time for every patient.
The knee is a complex system of supportive and moving parts including bones, cartilage, muscles, tendons and ligaments, each of which is subject to injury or disease. It is a hinge and quite able to supply enough strength for running, squatting, jumping and turning. But it doesn't have the range of motion of other joints like the shoulders, wrists or even the elbows. In fact, it has almost no ability to rotate. Injuries and diseases of the knee require unique expertise for successful treatment.
Foot & Ankle
We offer expert evaluation and treatment for injuries such as sprains, strains, fractures and reconstructive surgeries. These surgeries include ankle fusions and correction of bunions, hammertoes and chronic conditions.