Orthopaedic Surgery

The orthopaedic specialists at CSMO utilize a conservative approach and make every effort to incorporate non-surgical treatments, such as medications, physical therapy, and other therapeutic options as a first course of action when treating orthopaedic injuries and conditions. Our board-certified orthopaedic surgeons are highly experienced and trained in using the most advanced diagnostic and treatment methods available to determine the best course of action for every patient.

In cases involving more serious injuries or conditions that are unresponsive to conservative treatments, CSMO offers state-of-the-art facilities paired with cutting-edge surgical procedures to help each of our patients return to an active, healthy lifestyle as quickly as possible.

  • Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopic Surgery: Arthroscopy, or arthroscopic surgery, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure performed on a joint in order to examine, diagnose and/or treat joint abnormalities. During arthroscopy, a thin, flexible tube equipped with lenses and optical fibers (arthroscope) is inserted into the affected joint through a small incision (usually ¼ inch). Your orthopaedic surgeon can view the internal joint structure on a monitor and then diagnose and/or repair the damaged joint using small surgical instruments inserted through additional tiny incisions.
  • Hand and Elbow Surgery: Hand and elbow pain due to injuries and disorders are typically a result of overuse from repetitive hand, wrist and arm movements in jobs, hobbies and sports.
  • Foot and Ankle Surgery: Foot and ankle injuries and disorders can result from damage to the bone, muscle or soft tissue. Common foot and ankle conditions we treat include sprains (injury to ligaments), fractures, tendonitis (inflammation of the tendons), and arthritis (chronic inflammation of the joints).
  • Spinal Surgery: CSMO utilizes a full range of treatments and therapy, including non-surgical options based on the latest technology to address spine pain. Our comprehensive approach to spinal care places motion preservation as the highest priority, and only recommends spinal surgery when other treatment options have been exhausted.
  • Total Joint Replacement: Many arthritic conditions are treatable through non-surgical methods, and CSMO can you see you through conservative care options. If non-surgical methods prove ineffective, however, the team at CSMO has the expertise, experience and facilities to provide surgical repair or total replacement of the inflamed or degenerative joint that’s causing you pain.