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What Makes Us Different

Getting you back to the life you love is the goal of Atrium Medical Center’s orthopedics team. Whether you’re an all-star athlete, a busy parent or grandparent, a hard-working employee or an active retiree, we can help to identify the reason for your bone and joint pain and recommend the most appropriate treatment for you, from physical therapy to minimally invasive surgery to joint replacement surgery and rehabilitation.

Help for Every Joint

Atrium’s orthopedic surgeons specialize in helping your bones and joints function to their best ability by treating acute injuries, chronic instability, overuse syndromes, arthritis, fractures and more in the shoulder, elbow, arm, wrist and hand, hip, knee, leg, ankle and foot.

When Experience Counts

As a Level III Trauma Center, Atrium provides immediate, comprehensive care for some of the most seriously injured patients in our region. To qualify as a Level III Trauma Center, Atrium is required to have dedicated, highly skilled orthopedic surgeons available around the clock. In fact, fractures and other bone and joint injuries are the most common problems we treat among trauma patients.

Surgery to Get You Back in the Game

At Atrium, we thoroughly explore all options before recommending surgery. Our board certified physicians–many of them fellowship trained–perform a wide range of procedures, including joint replacements and minimally invasive surgery.

Learn more about orthopedic procedures at Atrium.

Rehabilitation Services Close to Home

To start you on the road to recovery, rehabilitation services generally begin within a day of surgery. For those patients who qualify for inpatient rehabilitation, Atrium’s Rehabilitation Center  offers personalized, intensive therapies. We also have five Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy centers conveniently located throughout our region to make your continuing recovery as easy as possible.


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