General Orthopaedics address a wide array of disorders affecting bones, cartilage, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. The primary concern is to offer diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and preventive care. As you explore the website and learn more about the types of specialties offered by Advanced Orthopaedics, we want to assure you that all facets of orthopaedic care are available and most importantly, always involve up to date and leading edge solutions. Orthopaedic care has benefitted from a number of advances in both surgical techniques and such tools as computers and new materials used to correct and repair injuries or degenerative diseases. But that’s only half the story.
The body is comprised of approximately 206 bones – including 22 skull bones, and forms not only the framework, but is the protective armor for the organs. The bones of the skeleton are held together at joints by skeletal muscle and flexible types of connective tissues – cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. This amazing architecture moves with such synchronized precision – beauty and skill, and it is our goal to not only treat whatever disrupts this harmony, but to make our patients aware of and appreciate the miracle of the simplest motion. It’s a goal rarely stated in any medical practice, but we believe is an essential component to achieving superior results for each procedure. When both patient and doctor strive for more than mechanical proficiency true healing takes place.