Orthopedic Surgeons Woodland Hills

Orthopedic Surgeons Woodland HillsWhen we think of an orthopedic surgeon, we think of someone who repairs broken bones and ligaments. Our orthopedic surgeons in Woodland Hills also repair compression fractures, stress fractures, dislocations, injuries to muscles, tendon tears, tendon ruptures, even conditions that affect the nerves. If you live in the Woodland Hills or Los Angeles area and suffer from any of these conditions, it’s best to schedule a consult because they can be chronic and progressive.

The orthopedic surgeons at Elite Sports Medicine in Woodland Hills are also qualified to prescribe proactive treatments that can minimize and even prevent future injury to bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Their skillset also complements the work of our chiropractors, pain management specialists, and physical therapists. Together, we work with you to improve your function and mobility, and reduce your muscle and joint pain. Ultimately, you’ll notice a significant improvement in the quality of your life.

We will always pursue a nonsurgical treatment plan first. This is why Elite Sports Medicine is comprised of chiropractors, pain management specialist, physical therapy specialists, registered massage therapists, and orthopedic surgeons. Only in times when nonsurgical treatment fails to improve your quality of life do we begin to offer surgical options.

 

The 5 Most Common Orthopedic Conditions That We Treat in Conjunction with Chiropractic

  1. Arthritis (including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis)
  2. Bursitis
  3. Osteoporosis
  4. Joint pain
  5. Muscle pain

 

The 5 Most Common Orthopedic Procedures That We Perform in Woodland Hills

  1. Joint replacement surgeries
  2. Arthroscopies
  3. Disc replacement surgeries
  4. Ligament and tendon repair (especially in athletes)
  5. Bone fractures
  6. Osteotomies
  7. Debridement’s and excisions

If you suffer from joint pain, muscle pain, a limited range of motion in your elbow, shoulder, or knee, it could be chronic and, if so, could be progressive resulting in long-term damage to your body. Don’t wait. Schedule a consult with an Elite Sports Medicine orthopedic doctor today.