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Our orthopedic team is a group of highly trained and experienced surgeons, physicians, athletic trainers, and physical and occupational therapists dedicated to providing excellence in the treatment of orthopedic conditions. Using the latest technology and treatment practices, the orthopedic team is equipped to get you back to doing activities of daily living.
We offer a broad range of orthopedic services, both surgical and non-surgical, and have physicians who are specialists in treating hip, knee, shoulder, hand/wrist, and foot/ankle conditions that cause pain and limit movement.
To make an appointment please call 940-764-5400.
Some orthopedic conditions can be successfully treated with non-surgical options. United Regional Physician Group offers a variety of treatment options to help with pain and loss of functions without the need for surgery.
Once you’ve received a diagnosis, the physicians and physical therapists will create a program suitable for your specific needs. This could include rest, reducing activity, stretching and strengthening exercises, and splinting and bracing. These techniques are designed to alleviate your pain, regain strength, and also help prevent future injuries.
- Friction massage
- Joint mobilization/manipulation
- Neuromuscular therapy
- Myofascial release
- Trigger point therapy
- Muscle energy techniques
- Electrical nerve stimulation
Medicine may be prescribed to help treat certain conditions and alleviate pain.
Some conditions can be helped with injections directly into the affected hip, knee or shoulder joint to help with pain control and improve functioning.
When an injury forces you to the sidelines, sports medicine can get you back in the game.
Our sports medicine providers at United Regional Physician Group draw from their expertise and the latest medical advances to help competitive and recreational athletes alike prevent injuries, overcome injuries and prevent re-injury. We use a team approach with orthopedic specialists, athletic trainers, and physical therapists to provide treatment aimed at getting athletes back to their sports safely and quickly. We also involve coaches and parents of young athletes in treatment programs and post-injury follow-up.
Every bone and tendon plays an important part in the movement of your hand.
The hand consists of eight bones in the wrist (carpals), five bones in the palm of your hand (metacarpals), and 14 bones in the fingers (phalanges) – 27 bones altogether. With this complexity and fragility, it is vital to seek help in order to alleviate pain and increase function.
Foot pain can have a profound impact on your quality of life.
Half of all adults say that foot pain has restricted their activities—like walking, exercising, working, or playing with grandchildren—in some way. We treat common problems such as heel pain, plantar fasciitis, and nail fungus, as well as diseases, injuries and deformities of the foot and ankle.
for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement
Our physicians played a pivotal role in United Regional earning the Joint Commission’s Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement.
To receive this advanced certification, Joint Commission experts observe and evaluate compliance with advanced specific care standards and total hip and total knee replacement requirements.
What this Certification Means for Our Patients
Patients can be confident that they will receive excellent care at every stage – beginning with the orthopedic physician consultation, through the pre-surgical, surgical, in-hospital care, and post-surgical follow-up care, as reviewed by Joint Commission experts.
for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement Surgery
The addition of the Mako Robot demonstrates United Regional’s commitment to precision medicine and expands our regional leadership in robotic surgery.
The technology uses advancements in science and computer engineering to make the procedure more accurate than joint surgery without it. As the surgeon moves an instrument within your joint, special infrared trackers calculate its position and wireless instruments instantaneously transfer the data to a computer in the operating room.
Our orthopedic surgeons specialize in the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal system with expertise in the following areas:
- Adult joint reconstruction and revision
- Elbow / shoulder
- Hip, knee and shoulder replacements
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Fusions for rheumatoid arthritis
- Fusions for degenerative arthritis
- Fusions for post-traumatic arthritis
- Foot and ankle injuries
- Hand surgery
- Sports injuries