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Overview & Treatment

Orthopedic surgeons undergo extensive training for 5-7 years after medical school. During this training we learn how to evaluate for and manage a multitude of injuries, strains and fractures. Fracture treatment varies depending on severity, displacement and location. Some fractures will be best managed with immobilization like a cast or splint; however, some will require surgical intervention to better align the bone and place implants if needed.

  • Pain
  • An audible “snap” or “pop”
  • Swelling
  • Redness

Most fractures or sprains happen as a result of a traumatic injury such as a fall or accident. Patients will usually experience pain and may sometimes hear an audible “snap” or “pop”. This may be accompanied by swelling and redness around the site of injury. If you suspect you have an injury, then seek care as soon as possible.

What we Treat

Knee Treatments
Knee Arthritis
Knee Tendon Injuries
Knee Ligament Injuries
Meniscus Tears

Hip Treatments
Hip Arthritis
Hip Labrum Tears
Hip Impingement
Hip Dysplasia
Avascular Necrosis


Cheryl Gorman
13:07 31 Dec 20
Best Doctors ever!!! They know how to treat ❤️❤️read more
jasmine Franklin
19:47 16 Oct 20
Doctors and staff are very kind.
Suzi Fields
19:53 09 Aug 20
patsy devries
15:39 08 Aug 20
Dr Jimenez and his staff are amazing. Dr. Jimenez replaced both of my hip joints the left in December and the right in June. I had a lot of arthritis and no cartilage and a bone spur. Since my surgeries I can say I am pain free and it actually feels like I was born with my new hips. The anterior approach is a very fast recovery Thanks again Dr Jimenezread more
Belinda Barron
22:40 06 Aug 20