What We Do
Our Orthopedic Center in Phoenix
Our highly trained specialists offer personalized care for orthopedic conditions—fractures, tears, chronic joint pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, spine disorders, neck pain, tendinitis, and other bone and joint problems. At Phoenix Orthopedic Group, we provide an extensive range of treatment options, including unique surgical procedures. If you are experiencing joint/muscle pain or any orthopaedic condition, book an appointment with us for early detection of possible causes and quick treatment.
Shoulder pains are common, affecting 9% of adults in the US. A broken arm, dislocated shoulder, fractures, tendonitis, sprains, inflammation and even normal wear and tear can lead to problems and a lot of pain. It could be temporary or continuing, which is a sign that it requires medical treatment. Our shoulder specialists at Phoenix Orthopedic Group have all solutions for your shoulder pain. They are equipped with shoulder imaging and other diagnostic tools to pinpoint the root cause of the pain, followed by a treatment and rehabilitation plan. Schedule an appointment online or call us to book one.
Rotator Cuff Tear
Rotator cuff tears happen when one or more rotator cuff tendons tear away and are no longer attached to the arm bone, it could be partial or full-thickness tears. Shoulder or arm weakness, chronic shoulder pain, problems in sleeping on one side are some of the symptoms. Fill out the online form or call us if you experience pain in your shoulder.
Knee pain is common and can happen to anyone irrespective of age. It could result from an injury, sometimes causing a rupture in the ligament or tearing the cartilage. Conditions like arthritis, gout and infections could also cause knee pain and require medical attention. The team at Phoenix Orthopedic Group determines the cause of knee pain after an extensive physical exam and diagnostic imaging tests.
Sports medicine deals with physical fitness, treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports. Medical supervision, prevention and treatment of athletes’ injuries is crucial. Sports medicine is the application and advancement of scientific research, knowledge and practice to the optimization of health and athletic performance. With the help of sports medicine, our specialized doctors at Phoenix Orthopedic Group bridges the gap between science and practice for a better understanding of sports performance.
An ACL tear is a sprain or tear of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)—one of the most vital bands of tissue. It helps in connecting our thigh bone to our shinbone. ACL injuries happen mostly during sports involving sudden stops or changes in direction, jumping and landing—basketball, football, etc. When an ACL injury occurs, an individual could hear a pop or feel a popping sensation in the knee, which may also end up swelling, feel unstable and become too painful to bear the weight. Suppose you experience pain or think it could be an ACL tear. In that case, our in-house doctors can advise the treatment depending on the severity of your ACL injury, and treatment may include rest and rehabilitation exercises to help you regain strength and stability. In severe tears, surgery could be recommended to replace the torn ligament followed by rehabilitation.
Meniscus tear is a knee injury, being one of the most common cartilage injuries of the knee. The meniscus is a piece of cartilage in our knee that cushions and stabilizes the joint, protecting bones from normal wear and tear. A dramatic twist of the knee could lead to a meniscus tear, breaking a piece of the shredded cartilage, catching in the knee joint, and causing it to lock up. Meniscus tear—which is a high-risk tear for older athletes since meniscus weakens with age—could happen to individuals involved in contact and non-contact sports—football, soccer, volleyball, etc. More than 40% of people 65 or older have a Meniscus tear.