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Orthopedic Extremities

Upper and Lower Extremities

In clinical terms, often used to describe the portions of the appendicular skeleton or the outermost or farthest point or portion (that is, upper extremity, lower extremity). Orthopedic Extremities deal with injuries involving the Shoulders, Elbows, wrists, hands, knees, feet, and more. We offer the best treatment possible to help with your injuries.

Shoulder Treatment

Upper Extremities

Hand and upper extremity specialty encompass all injuries starting from the tips of the fingers to the shoulder joint. Our Doctors are trained and experienced in the latest and most up-to-date techniques regarding these complex and intricate parts of the body.

Hand, Wrist, Elbow & Shoulder


Hand & Wrist

The hand and wrist consist of dozens of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles that need to work together seamlessly in a variety of positions hundreds of times a day. As such, they often require highly specialized medical care when they become injured.



Allowing a full 180-degree range of motion on three different planes, the shoulder is a truly extraordinary joint. It is a complex structure made of three separate joints, working together to give you a tremendous range of motion. Yet, it is often true that the more a joint can do, the more can go wrong — and so the more specialized treatment it requires. Since your shoulder is such a complicated part of your body, many conditions can affect it. The following helps provide you with an overview of some of the more common shoulder ailments.



The elbow is a joint that connects the humerus bone of the upper arm with the radius and ulna bones of the lower arm through a complex network of muscles, ligaments, and tendons. More than a simple hinge, the unique arrangement of these tissues also allows for rotation. Treatment of injuries and diseases requires specialized knowledge. Our physicians are recognized as leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of elbow problems. They provide an extraordinary base of shared knowledge with leading-edge surgery and treatment.

Lower Extremities

The lower extremity refers to the part of the body from the hip to the toes. The lower extremity includes the hip, knee, and ankle joints, and the bones of the thigh, leg, and foot.

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The Knee

The knee is the body’s largest joint. It’s the place where three bones meet: the tibia, the femur, and the patella. The knee is a “hinge” joint, allowing the leg to bend in only one direction. The knee supplies strength for running, squatting, jumping, and turning. But it doesn’t have the range of motion of other joints and has almost no ability to rotate. The knee is a complex system of supportive and moving parts, including bones, cartilage, muscles, tendons, and ligaments – each of which is subject to injury or disease. Because of this, the treatment of knee-related injuries and disorders requires a distinct set of skills and experience.


Ankle Fractures (Broken Ankle)

An ankle fracture, also known as a broken ankle, is when one or more of the bones that make up the ankle joint are broken. Ankle fractures can range from a simple break in one bone to several fractures. The more bones that are broken, the more unstable the ankle becomes. In many ankle fractures ligaments (that hold the ankle bones and joint in position) are also damaged

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