he physicians at Midland Orthopedic Associates have sub-specialty training and extensive experience in the treatment of knee injuries and common knee injury treatments. Whether the condition is from a recent sports injury, a work injury, or the gradual wear and tear of arthritis, Midland Orthopedic Surgeons will apply the latest knee injury treatments and techniques, including physical therapy and minimally invasive surgery, to return our patients to an active lifestyle.
Knee Doctors – Specialists in Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
Midland Orthopedic Surgeons treat an extensive array of knee conditions and are specialists in arthroscopic knee surgery techniques. We would be pleased to advise you of your care options and discuss the latest advancements and breakthroughs for the treatment of knee injuries as well as the latest techniques and innovations in knee surgeries. Our knee doctors are specialists in the following:
- Cartilage Repair
- Meniscal Repair
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
- Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Reconstruction
- Partial Knee Replacements Surgeries
- Total Knee Replacement Surgeries
Avoiding Common Knee Injuries
Healthy knees are essential for nearly every type of athletic activity and are crucial in our ability to walk. Knee injuries can also be very painful; even if you don’t have a full ligament or cartilage tear, the inflammation and pain that accompanies knee injuries can be debilitating.
That is what even if you haven’t suffered a direct blow to a knee, you should still come see us. The cartilage and other structures that keep our knees working properly can wear down over time, and you may be making your condition worse if you continue to do all the same activities as normal. To prevent severe injury, you should have us check out your knee to see if there is anything wrong beneath the surface.
For more information on knee injuries or to schedule a consultation, contact one of our convenient locations.