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Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery is performed on the musculoskeletal system – including the bones, muscles, joints, nerves, tendons, and ligaments – of the human body. At Orangewood Surgical Center, we use minimally-invasive techniques to repair or reconstruct a variety of injuries such as broken bones, torn tissue, and damage from inflammation. Our minimally-invasive techniques allow for faster recovery times than most traditional open surgeries.

Our orthopedic surgeons are trained to treat injuries with arthroscopic procedures. Arthroscopy is a surgical method that involves an arthroscope (a small surgical camera). During an arthroscopy, an arthroscope is inserted through a small incision to give the surgeon a clear view of the joint. From there the surgeon can then remove and/or repair damaged tissue.


Types of Orthopedic Surgery:

Shoulder:

Shoulder orthopedic surgery can repair conditions ranging from a mild tear to severe bursitis. In the case of a torn ligament and/or tendinitis, the surgeon will repair damaged and/or torn tissue. For fractures, arthroscopy involves the use of small surgical instruments to re-align and reconstruct the damaged bone. Some of the shoulder conditions and surgeries include:

Conditions

• SLAP Tear
• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Fractures
• Tendinitis
• Frozen Shoulder
• Dislocations

Procedures

• Rotator Cuff Repair
• Labral Repair
• Lesion Repair
• Subacromial Decompression
• SLAP Repair
• Capsular Release
• Shoulder Impingement


Elbow:

Whether it’s a fracture or tendinitis, elbow injuries requiring surgery usually present with symptoms of inflammation. During elbow arthroscopy the surgeon will remove any loose or obstructive tissue causing the pain. Fractures are repaired by fixating loose bones or fragments with surgical-grade screws. Some of the elbow conditions and surgeries include:

Conditions

• Bursitis
• Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
• Torn ligaments or cartilage
• Fractures
• Tennis Elbow
• Medial and Lateral EpicondylitisProcedures:
• Debridement
• Cubital Tunnel Release
• Medial Epicondylectomy
• Medial Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction
• Radial Tunnel Release


Hand and Wrist:

One of the most common reasons hand orthopedic surgery is needed is due to inflammation. In an arthroscopic Carpal Tunnel Release, for example, the inflamed ligament is cut, relieving pressure and pain. Due to minimally invasive techniques, all hand and wrist arthroscopies result in quick recovery times. Some of the hand and wrist conditions and surgeries include:

Conditions

• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Fractures
• Mallet Finger
• Dislocations
• Tendinitis

Procedures

• Nerve Repair
• Joint Synovectomy
• Carpal Tunnel Release
• Trigger Finger Release
• Wrist Arthroscopy
• Fracture Repair
• De Quervain’s Release
• Cyst Excision


Hip:

In a hip surgery, the surgeon will access the source of inflammation by inserting an arthroscope through a small incision. Any loose tissue that is causing pressure is then removed. For labral or other tears, the torn tendon is reattached with sutures. Some hip conditions and surgeries include:

Conditions

• Labral Tear
• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Fractures
• Tendinitis
• Perthes Disease
• Osteomyelitis

Procedures

• Fracture Fixation
• Decompression
• Femoral-Acetabular Impingement
• Hemiarthroplasty
• Periacetabular Osteotomy
• Revision
• Debridement


Knee:

Surgeries for knee injuries involve minimally-invasive techniques designed to address and correct the source of pain. To access the joint, an arthroscopic surgeon will make small incisions over the knee. Most knee arthroscopies are used to trim, remove, or reconstruct damaged tissue. Some knee conditions and surgeries include:

Conditions

• ACL, MCL, and PCL Tears
• Meniscus Tear
• Iliotibial Band Syndrome
• Arthritis and Bursitis
• Fractures
• Runner’s Knee

Procedures

• ACL Reconstruction
• Cartilage Repair
• Partial Meniscectomy
• Tibial Osteotomy
• Patellofemoral Replacement
• Revision