General Orthopaedic Care at CSMO
General orthopaedics is an area of medicine that addresses conditions of the musculoskeletal system, which is made up of the bones, joints, muscles and ligaments throughout your body. Orthopedic specialists use both surgical and non-surgical treatment methods to address everything from injuries to degenerative diseases, providing advanced treatment for chronic pain, rheumatic diseases, musculoskeletal injuries, and arthritis. Our orthopedic specialists start with a fast and accurate diagnosis of the injury or disorder, followed by personally tailored treatment options designed with you in mind.
Head-to-Toe Orthopaedic Care
General orthopaedic care covers a broad range of ailments including but not limited to:
Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment Options
Our general orthopaedic specialists work with patients to evaluate and treat everything from degenerative diseases to fractures and joint problems, and they offer customized treatment solutions that keep your goals in mind. Some orthopaedic specialists have subspecialty focuses, such as hip or knee care, while others work more specifically as surgeons performing procedures like joint replacements. Whether you are seeking surgical or non-surgical orthopaedic care, our team can help you get the treatment you need to improve your condition or recover from your injury.
When should I seek orthopaedic care?
It’s important to pay close attention to your symptoms so you can describe them accurately to your orthopaedic specialist when you make an appointment. The more detailed information you can provide, the better equipped your doctor will be to support you. Orthopaedic issues often present with symptoms such as chronic pain, joint issues, diminished range of motion, and trouble sleeping. If you’re experiencing pain that’s getting worse not better, that’s a good sign that it’s time to seek medical care.
Get in Touch
If you’re dealing with pain, diminished range of motion, or other issues due to an acute injury or worsening condition, our team can help. Give us a call at (423) 624-2696 today to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists. Life is too short to deal with chronic pain.