When an injury or joint pain is preventing you from participating in the things you love to do, it’s time to visit an orthopedic doctor. Mercy’s Orthopedics clinic in Rogers, Arkansas provides specialized care for a variety of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons specialize in orthopedic care, sports medicine and orthopedic trauma treatment with your mobility as their focus.
Our Northwest Arkansas orthopedic doctors in Rogers use the latest advances in orthopedic surgery including the direct anterior approach to hip replacement surgery. The direct anterior approach allows the surgeon to replace the hip joint without cutting muscle. This type of surgery often allows patients to leave the hospital much sooner.
Mercy Clinic Orthopedics holds the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval for knee and hip replacement. The clinic is now able to do some joint replacements as outpatient surgery, something unheard of just a few years ago. In addition, the physicians provide subspecialty expertise regarding the shoulder, spine and pediatric orthopedics.
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From bothersome back pain to debilitating spinal injuries, our team is here to bring you relief and better quality of life. Northwest Arkansas's most innovative and comprehensive spine-focused care includes our highly-trained spine surgeons who use leading-edge, minimally invasive treatment options.
Mercy’s orthopedic surgeons in Northwest Arkansas are connected by our advanced electronic health record system, so your most up-to-date medical information is instantly available to caregivers at each point of medical care. In addition, patients have access to MyMercy, an online service that allows you to view test results, make appointments, send secure messages to your doctor and more – anytime, anywhere.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: