Our Orthopedic Trauma physicians specialize in complex trauma and fracture care, including pelvis and acetabular fracture fixation, deformity correction, infection, malunion and nonunion (non-healed) of fractures as well as complex hip and knee revision surgery for failed joint replacement. Our team will create a treatment strategy to restore function and improve or preserve quality of life.
Conditions We Treat
- Complex fractures and dislocations
- Fractures of the upper extremity (clavicle, shoulder, upper arm, humerus, elbow, forearm, radius, ulna, olecranon, etc.)
- Fractures of the lower extremity (hip, femur, thigh, knee, patella, tibial plateau, tibia, fibula, ankle, foot, calcaneus, talus, etc.)
- Fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum
- Nonunions (unhealed fractures, especially those of the tibia, humerus, femur, and clavicle)
- Malunions (poorly healed or crooked fractures, especially those requiring corrective osteotomies)
- Infections associated with fractures
- Osteomyelitis (infections of bone)
- Complex hip and knee revision surgery for failed joint replacement
Fractures are most often diagnosed using x-rays, CT scanning, MRI scanning, and ultrasound, in combination with physical examination.