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Our Specialties

 Here at SOS we specialize in total joint replacement of the knee; hip, shoulder and thumb/hand joint using minimal invasive techniques, joint resurfacing for younger patients with degenerative joint disease. We treat most fractures and we welcome back injuries. Arthroscopic surgery and musculoskeletal injuries which include:

 *Knee Ligament Injuries*

 *Hip Injuries*

 *Shoulder Labral Injuries*

 *Rotator Cuff Injuries*

 *Ankle Injuries*





Is known as a minimal invasive orthopedic procedure that we use to diagnose and treat joint issues. This involves the use of a narrow scope also known as "arthroscope" and is used a specialized tool to access the joint through the use of a small "keyhole" incision.


                                  COMPREHENSIVE FRACTURE CARE:

This treatment our goal is to restore alignment, promote bone healing, and get our patients to be able to function as soon as possible to prevent any stiffness and any wasting of muscle. These treatments would include casting, splinting and any x-rays.


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Is designed with the focus on healing our patient so that they can get back to their every day activities as well as teaching our patient how to prevent and or re-injure the area.

Physical Therapy is used frequently to improve our pre/post surgical outcome. Choosing Physical Therapy is totally up to our patients. We also have a list of Physical Therapists in the area and will help you pick the clinic that best suits your needs.

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- Tendon Repairs

- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

- Trigger Fingers

- Tendonitis 

- Traumatic Injury Care/ Fracture


                        TOTAL JOINT SURGERY:


Is a surgical procedure that we do that is designed to replace arthritic or a damaged joint that is removed and replaced with Metal, Plastic or a Ceramic device.




Is a procedure that we use here for treatments of Inflammatory Joint Conditions, such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Gout, Tendinitis, Bursitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and sometimes Osteoarthritis. Injection sites usually are in the Knee, Shoulder, Hip, Wrist, Finger, Elbows and Ankles.

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