We are Specialists. We can Help.
Orthopaedic Institute doctors are ready to assist you with a wide spectrum of surgical and non-surgical orthopedic issues. Each of our doctors is highly skilled and extremely knowledgeable in his specialty, and looks forward to helping you get back to excellent health.
We offer services in the following areas:
Orthopaedic Institute offers consultation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of common injuries & diseases of all bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.
Orthopaedic Surgical Procedures
Depending on the nature of your condition or injury, surgery may be required. We provide surgical services in the following areas: hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder, foot, ankle, knee, hip, spine, neck as well as joint replacement surgery.
When appropriate, our surgeons use state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques to repair damage to joints due to torn or damaged cartilage, torn or damaged ligaments, or torn or damaged tendons. This approach reduces recovery time and often causes less trauma to connective tissues.
Accident and Injury Care
Musculoskeletal damage due trauma requires specialized treatment by an experienced practitioner. Orthopaedic Institute has doctors who treat all types of orthopedic injuries due to trauma as well as specialists who focus on complex bone reconstruction, acute fracture treatment, limb reconstruction and limb salvage.
Spine Treatment & Care
Disorders of the neck and spine require care by an expert. We offer consultation, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation for a wide variety of spine disorders including scoliosis, degenerative disease, trauma to the spine, cervical and thoracic pain.
Injuries related to sports, whether from an accident on the court or field or due to overuse or injury from training, can be debilitating and painful. We diagnose, treat, and provide rehabilitation services for sports injuries including ligament and cartilage injuries, stress and acute bone fractures, joint pain, and muscle pain and weakness. Our objective is to get our patients back to the activities they like to do just as soon as possible.
Aging comfortably means being able to stay active and be mobile well past retirement age. For many people, aging comfortably means hip or knee replacement, shoulder repair, or back surgery. For others it simply means getting more exercise and living a healthier lifestyle. Orthopaedic Institute doctors will provide an accurate diagnosis and a solid treatment plan for seniors who are not ready to slow down.
For more information
If you have questions about Orthopedic pain and surgery options, we suggest you visit Dr. Stuart Gold’s Orthopedic Surgery Learning Center.