Our orthopedists specialize in diagnosing, treating, rehabilitating, and preventing injuries. The bones, ligaments, joints, tendons, muscles, and nerves that are damaged due to either a traumatic injury, disease, congenital disorder or the natural aging process.
At Beverly Oaks Surgery, we provide services for the following common conditions:
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Bone fractures
- Sprains and strains
- Knee and shoulder problems
- Tendon and ligament tears
- Injury due to osteoporosis
- Sports injuries
- Pediatric conditions such as club foot
Beverly Oaks Orthopedic Surgeons
Our professional staff of orthopedic surgeons have combined expertise in all areas of orthopedic surgery including knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, and hand repair. As well as sports medicine, arthoscopic roatation cuff repair, ACL reconstruction, trauma, minimally envasic and endoscopic procedures, and more.
What is Orthopedic Surgery?
Orthopedic surgery is a branch of surgery involving conditions with the musculoskeletal system. Both non surgical and surgical treatments are performed to treat trauma, infections, tumors, and sport injuries. The two major procedures orthopedic surgeons perform are Arthoscopy and Arthroplasty.
Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty
Arthoscopy is a surgical procedure orthopedic surgeons use to diagnose and treat joint problems. An arthroscope is used to view the interior of the joint through a small incision, allowing the surgeon to see damaged ligaments and cartilage, this allows the surgeon to better diagnose and repair the problem. An arthroscope can be used for nearly all joint, although the most commonly examined joints are knees, shoulders, hips, wrists, elbows, and ankles.
Arthroplasty is the replacement of joints (surgical joint repair). Arthroplasty is performed on painful areas of the moving joint and is replaced with polyethylene and other materials. Arthroplasty is most commonly used for the hip and knee, yet can be used for several other joints in the body.
Our minimally invasive techniques allow us to examine and treat our patients through tiny incisions, minimizing the trauma of “open” surgery. This means our patients can enjoy a faster recovery and return to regular activities.
Where Can I Have Orthopedic Surgery?
If you experience regular pain or discomfort, it is important to see a specialist. Call us today to schedule your free consultation. The true results you desire are just a few steps away!