General Orthopedics

Orthopedic Care at Orthopedic and Spine Centers of Wisconsin

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Understanding Orthopedic Injuries and Treatments

The cause of orthopedic conditions can vary greatly. In some cases, these start as minor aches and pains that worsen over weeks, months, or years. In other cases, orthopedic injuries are caused by trauma, such as an accident, slip and fall, or sudden impact.

If pain or injury is preventing you from performing your daily activities or living an active life, the most important step is contacting an orthopedic specialist. At Orthopedic and Spine Centers of Wisconsin, our Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeons have helped thousands of patients return to an active lifestyle.

We understand that orthopedic and spine issues can be debilitating, affecting your daily life and overall well-being. That’s why we offer comprehensive treatments tailored to each patient’s unique needs. Whether it’s treating joint pain, back pain, fractures, or other orthopedic conditions, our team utilizes cutting-edge diagnostic tools and the latest treatments. Our patient-centric approach focuses on improving mobility, reducing pain, and enhancing the quality of life for all our patients.

Some of the most common conditions our physicians treat include:

Fractures and trauma
Sports injuries
Ligament and tendon injuries
Joint injuries
Cartilage injuries and tears
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Treatment for Orthopedic Conditions

When treating orthopedic conditions, it’s important to think about the problem and how bad it is, as well as your health history and risk factors.

Anti-inflammatory medications and RICE (rest, ice, compression, and elevation) therapy may work well for minor conditions. However, prescription drugs, steroid injections, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery may be needed for more serious conditions.

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Some of the most common treatments we offer include:

Fracture reduction

Anti-inflammatory medications
Injection therapies
Bracing, splinting, or casting

Minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures

Ligament repair and reconstruction
Tendon repair and reconstruction
Joint reconstruction or replacement

At Orthopedic & Spine Centers of Wisconsin, our team of physicians is here to help you. Our Board Certified and Fellowship Trained physicians have one goal: to get you back to an active lifestyle as effectively as possible. Book your appointment today!