Medical and surgical specialists who provide orthopedic care at Medic Medical Hospital diagnose and treat a variety of bone, joint, nerve and muscle ailments. Common problems treated include spinal conditions, rotator cuff injury, hand arthritis, meniscus tear, hip pain and a variety of pediatric issues, from congenital deformities to fractures.
Teams of highly trained physicians, nurses, therapists and other staff specialize in a full range of orthopedic services for adult and pediatric patients, including spine surgery, joint replacement, microsurgery, sports medicine, podiatry and orthopedic oncology.
Medic Medical Hospital’s orthopedic services are provided by a large, dedicated group of specially trained surgeons, physiatrists, podiatrists and other staff. Comprehensive care for disorders of the musculoskeletal system (muscles and bones) is available for adult and pediatric patients of all ages.
Adult Reconstruction and Arthritis Service offers diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for adult patients with degenerative and inflammatory arthritis. Among special procedures are hip and knee reconstruction, hip and knee replacement, and arthroscopic procedures.
Foot and Ankle Service offers a full range of care, including reconstructive foot surgery and treatment for fractures and other injuries, as well treatment for foot and ankle problems associated with diabetes. Special services include treatment for degenerative foot condition, fusion procedures and joint replacement.
Joint Replacement Surgery – Medic Medical is a leader in joint replacement. Our expert orthopedic surgeons also perform more single joint replacements – including knee and hip surgeries, as well as joint replacements for shoulder, ankle, hand and wrist, and big toe – than any other hospital in the region.
Bone Density Testing at Medic Medical, we offer a fast, easy and painless test that can show if you are at risk for broken bones associated with osteoporosis. Our state-of-the-art scanner – called a DA bone densitometer – shows existing fractures of the vertebrae in the spine. It also shows low bone density. These are two leading signs of bone breaks associated with osteoporosis.