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During your lifetime, there is a good chance you'll experience problems with your bones or muscles. You could stumble and twist your ankle carrying groceries from the car. Arthritis may set in as you age, causing joint pain and stiffness. Or occasional back pain may worsen, making it hard for you to work.
Great orthopedic care doesn’t come from technology or facilities – it comes from expertise. Let Mercy help you find the orthopedic experts to help get you back to doing what you love. Mercy’s orthopedic physicians share a passion for protecting and preserving your mobility and strength. With more than 150 orthopedic physicians, Mercy can care for nearly any medical condition or injury that affects the musculoskeletal system.
Our orthopedic surgeons are devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries, disorders and diseases of the body’s musculoskeletal system. They treat everything from achy joints and sports injuries to hand injuries and trauma.
We offer many orthopedic specialties including:
The mission of our orthopedic surgeons is to create the best care plan for you and help you achieve your goal of living a healthy, mobile life. Don’t let a bone and muscle problem interfere with your ability to work, play or take care of yourself.
Whether you’ve had trouble bouncing back from a sports-related injury, or your age-related aches and pains have become intolerable, it may be time to talk to a Mercy orthopedic specialist. An orthopedic physician specializes in conditions affecting bones and muscles, also called the musculoskeletal system. Your musculoskeletal system is the network of bones, muscles and tissues that frame your body and allow it to move. It includes:
From sports injuries to degenerative joint diseases, some of the common conditions orthopedic surgeons at Mercy treat include:
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive testing services to diagnose conditions and injuries, including: