Treatments & services: Bones, joints, muscles, hands, feet

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Surgery is often used to repair a ruptured or torn Achilles tendon, the strong fibrous cord that connects the two large muscles in the back of your calf to your heel bone...


Adult degenerative scoliosis surgery, also known as fixation of adult degenerative scoliosis, is a procedure that can correct the curvature of scoliosis in adults by approximately 50 percent and, at the same time, stop the progression of the spinal curve(s) of scoliosis...


Arthroscopy of the foot and ankle is used to examine and treat joint conditions. Using advanced instruments and surgical techniques, many conditions can be treated with arthroscopic surgery...


Ankle and foot fusion surgery consists of procedures that fuse two or more bones together in the ankle or foot. The most common reason an ankle fusion is performed is to correct damage due to degenerative arthritis in the ankle...


Ankle fracture, which is a partial or complete break in the ankle joint, can be a simple fracture that still allows you to put weight on the joint or a severe one that requires surgery...


Ankle replacement surgery is a procedure used to repair and/or replace damaged bones in the ankle joint. Debilitating ankle injuries and disease are the main reasons for ankle replacement surgery...


Ankle sprain treatment will depend on the severity of the sprain. An ankle sprain is an injury to the foot’s ligaments in the ankle. Ankle sprain may occur if the ankle rolls, turns or twists beyond its normal range of motion...


An anterior cervical discectomy is the most common surgery used to address damaged discs (shock-absorbing cushions between the vertebrae of the spinal column) in the neck...


Surgery is used to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee when it has been completely torn. Most ACL tears cannot simply be stitched back together...


Arthritic foot care depends on the type, location and severity of the arthritis. There are many treatment options for arthritis that affects the foot. Arthritic foot care treatment options include: Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory medications to reduce pain and swelling Physical therapy and exercises Heat and cold therapy Acupuncture Weight control Nutritional supplements Steroid medication injected into the joint Shoe inserts and orthotics including pads and arch supports Custom-made shoes Use of assistive devices