Aurora Health Care’s orthopedic specialists offer minimally invasive surgical and non-surgical treatment for hip or knee replacement, ACL repair and shoulder pain. Our doctors also provide spine care, arthritis care, medications, injections, bracing and therapy.
Diagnosis & Testing
When you’re hurting, you want to know why – and you want to feel better fast. We use X-rays, MRI scans, CT scans and DTI (diffusion tensor imaging, a type of MRI) to diagnose your condition and help you choose the treatment option that’s right for you.
Our doctors have advanced training in orthopedic surgery, wilderness medicine, bone and soft tissue cancer and arthritis care. The Joint Commission, an independent health care accreditor, has certified our excellence in joint replacement.
In addition to providing a full spectrum of orthopedic care throughout treatment and recovery, we offer expert care for bone and joint injuries and other orthopedic trauma. The Aurora Medical Center in Summit offers a Level 2 trauma facility to address your toughest orthopedic issues.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or working to stay fit, nearly everyone can benefit from orthopedic sports medicine. We treat sprains, strains, fractures, lacerations, concussions, cold-related injuries and chronic medical issues like arthritis, joint pain, aches and tendonitis.
For your everyday medical needs, you turn to your primary care doctor first. When you need more specialized care, your primary doctor works directly with our orthopedic experts to create a care plan based on your overall health, medical history and goals.
Our therapists – many certified in orthopedics or sports medicine – have access to the area’s largest network of physical therapy facilities. That means it’s easy to find the rehabilitation services you need – whether you’re a student athlete, a weekend warrior, an older adult or a professional returning to sports.
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