Skip to main content

Compression Fractures

Foot & Ankle Injuries

Hand & Wrist Injuries

Herniated Disks

Knee Injuries

Nerve Impingements

Shoulder Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Whiplash Injuries

More Injuries


Orthopedic centers specialize in the treatment of broken bones, whether it’s a simple or compound fracture.


Ligament injuries, such as ankle or knee sprains, are common orthopedic concerns.


Injuries to muscles or tendons, often resulting from overuse or sudden impact.


When joint surfaces lose contact, an orthopedic center can provide realignment and treatment.


Inflammation of tendons, often due to repetitive motion or overuse.

Ligament Tears:

Tears in the tough bands of tissue connecting bones, like an ACL tear in the knee.

Meniscus Tears:

Orthopedic centers address injuries to the cartilage in the knee.

Rotator Cuff Injuries:

Damage to the muscles and tendons in the shoulder.


Inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs that cushion joints.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome:

Compression of the median nerve in the wrist.

Labral Tears:

Tears in the cartilage around the hip or shoulder socket.

Hamstring Injuries:

Strains or tears in the muscles at the back of the thigh.

Achilles Tendon Injuries:

Injuries to the Achilles tendon, often resulting in pain and swelling.

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis):

Inflammation of the outer part of the elbow.

Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis):

Inflammation of the inner part of the elbow.

Shoulder Labrum Tears:

Tears to the specialized cartilage tissue in the shoulder known as the labrum.


Orthopedic centers may be involved in the treatment of head injuries, particularly when related to sports or trauma.


Deep tissue bruises, often resulting from a direct blow.

Stress Fractures:

Small cracks in the bone due to repetitive stress.

Joint Effusions:

Accumulation of excess fluid in a joint, often seen in conditions like knee effusion.

De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis:

Inflammation of the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist.

Meniscus Tear:

A common injury in which forceful twisting causes certain tissue in the knee to tear.

SLAP Tear:

Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior is an injury to the labrum, the fibrocartilage lining the shoulder socket that the humerus (upper arm bone) fits into.

Hip Labrum Tears:

A labral tear of the hip is an injury to the labrum — a ring of cartilage on the socket part of the hip joint.

Get In Touch

First & Last Name
A brief description of your situation.