From physical therapy and pain management, to having surgery at one of our locations, we are here to help you return to a more active lifestyle. Orthopedic care treats:
- Hip and knee
- Foot and ankle
- Hand, shoulder and upper extremity
- Spine and back
If you require surgery for your condition, there are surgeons in northern Nevada who are credentialed to perform surgery at one of our locations. Check with your surgeon to schedule your procedure at Renown Regional Medical Center or Renown South Meadows Medical Center.
Our pain management doctors will help evaluate and treat your pain.
Our total joint surgery team follows evidence-based care, ensuring that your safety and recovery is the top priority.
When nonsurgical treatment doesn't show improvement for your back or neck pain, you might be considering surgery.
Pediatric Orthopedics & ScoliosisOur pediatric orthopedics and scoliosis team understands that children's bones, muscles, and joints are still growing, and treating orthopedic conditions in kids requires specialized expertise. We maintain the latest technology to accurately diagnose injuries and diseases while developing an individualized and compassionate care plan. Click Here For Information
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