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Hip

The hip joint connects the pelvis and the leg. It’s a ball-and-socket joint that has a tremendous amount of mobility.

Conditions We Treat

Services & Procedures

  • Hip replacement
  • Hip resurfacing
  • Hip arthroscopy

Elbow

The elbow is a hinge joint that bends and straightens the arm. Your forearm also rotates around the elbow joint. The elbow joint is composed of bone, cartilage, ligaments and fluid.

Conditions We Treat

Services & Procedures

Knee

The knee is the largest and most complicated joint in the body—and the most prone to injury and osteoarthritis. Its main movement is bending and straightening. Your knee joints are made up of a combination of tendons, ligaments, muscles, cartilage and bone.

Conditions We Treat

Services & Procedures

Wrist & Hand

The hand is one of the most active—and complex—parts of the body.

Conditions We Treat

Services & Procedures

Foot & Ankle

The foot is a complex area made up of 28 bones and more than 30 joints. The ankle joint, which connects the foot and the leg, mainly flexes and extends, or moves up and down. The hind foot, or sub-talar joint moves from side to side and helps to accommodate walking on uneven surfaces.

Conditions We Treat

Services & Procedures

Shoulder

The shoulder is the most freely moving joint in the body.

Conditions We Treat

  • Arthritis
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Rotator cuff impingement or tendinitis
  • Overuse injuries
  • Shoulder dislocation
  • Frozen shoulder

Services & Procedures

Back & Spine

Many people will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Most pain typically resolves with common treatments like rest, exercise, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications or injections.

What kinds of conditions can affect the back/spine?

How do people typically injure their back/spine?
Back pain can be caused by a variety of factors. The most common back and spinal injuries, however, are caused by sudden trauma, poor posture, disease or the natural aging process.

How are back and spinal injuries treated?
Pain in the back/spine area can be treated by:

The various treatment options listed above are only a sampling of the conditions treated and procedures offered at The Center for Orthopedics. If you have questions about a particular condition or procedure not mentioned above, please call us at 440.329.2800 so we can learn more about you and then work together to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that meets your needs.

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