From pioneering orthopedic surgery and joint replacement to sports medicine and personalized rehabilitation plans, we’ll ease your pain and help keep you moving.
Orthopedics:The Aurora Difference
We’re Wisconsin’s leading experts in subspecialty orthopedics. Our doctors have additional training in treating the joints, bones, cartilage and connective tissue. At Aurora, we put you first, treating you as an individual – someone with a life and goals outside the clinic.
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As the largest health care provider in Wisconsin, Aurora Health Care brings together experts in surgical and non-surgical treatment for orthopedic conditions. Many of our doctors have completed thousands of procedures, giving them the skills and experience you can trust.
We maintain a Joint Registry – a database where we enter every joint replacement we make. Our registry is teaching us more about what works best for the people we treat. In the future, predictive analytics will help our doctors make even more precise care decisions.
Our technology makes diagnosis more accurate and communication easier. By using advanced imaging, doctors can see inside joints and limbs, which in turn helps them select the best treatment. Surgeons and therapists can access that imaging through the latest electronic medical records technology – from any location.
Our oncology (cancer) experts will see you through the entire course of treatment for musculoskeletal cancer – cancer that grows first in your bones or muscles. Our sarcoma (bone and muscle tumor) specialists include surgeons, radiation oncologists (specialists who treat cancer with energy, like X-rays), medical oncologists (doctors who provide treaments such as chemotherapy) and geneticists. Orthopedic oncologists have specialty training in treating bone tumors with minimally invasive care and surgery, and in joint reconstruction.
Our facilities are four-star rated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The Joint Commission, an independent, nonprofit health care accrediting organization, has certified our excellence in joint replacement, ensuring the same high-quality care at any Aurora location.
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