Orthopedics is a field of medicine that addresses injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. The skilled orthopedic physicians at Spring Hospital can diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions affecting your:
The providers offer state-of-the-art diagnostic testing on-site, including CT scans and X-rays, to accurately diagnose the root cause of your pain or immobility.
Your physician designs a treatment plan for your injury or condition based on the results of diagnostic testing. They focus on relieving your pain and protecting the long-term health of your musculoskeletal system.
You should schedule an orthopedics consultation if you have persistent muscle or bone pain that isn’t getting better with rest and over-the-counter medications. This type of pain may relate to underlying joint disorders or other chronic conditions that develop over time or following an injury.
You can also see one of the orthopedic specialists in the 24/7 emergency room following a trauma event, such as a fall, car accident, or sports injury, where you experience severe pain, swelling, or limitations in your movements.
The Spring Hospital physicians can address chronic joint diseases, sports injuries, and spine issues that cause persistent back and neck pain. They specialize in diagnosing and treating:
The highly skilled orthopedic physicians specialize in advanced minimally invasive and open spine surgery techniques.
You may be a candidate for orthopedic surgery if medications, injection therapies, and other conservative treatments aren’t enough to treat your condition. The Spring Hospital orthopedic spine surgeons offer advanced surgeries like:
The orthopedic surgeons also offer comprehensive fracture repair surgery for femoral neck fractures, radius and ulna fractures, and trochanteric fractures of the femur. Your Spring Hospital provider can determine when surgery is right for you and provides comprehensive post-surgical care to ensure you heal fully.
To learn more about the orthopedic services available at Spring Hospital, call the hospital or walk-in for urgent needs.