When surgery is the recommended option for treating an orthopedic injury or condition, it is good to know that Emerson Hospital’s board-certified orthopedic surgeons offer comprehensive orthopedic care, conveniently close to home.
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From joint replacement surgery and minimally invasive procedures, to sports medicine treatments for the serious or casual athlete, our orthopedic surgeons are experts at repairing bones and replacing cartilage, as well as performing complex procedures such as reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
Importantly, our multidisciplinary orthopedics team works together to determine the best treatment for each patient and, in many cases, conservative measures are recommended before surgery is considered.
Emerson’s orthopedic specialists treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions in adults and children, including:
- Arthritis (osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis)
- Abnormalities of the fingers and toes
- Back and leg pain, including sciatica
- Carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow and other repetitive motion injuries
- Foot problems including bunions and club foot
- Fractures, dislocations and other traumatic injuries
- Joint pain
- Sports or work-related injuries
- Tendon injuries, pulled muscles, bursitis and torn cartilage
- Torn ligaments, sprains and strains
When surgery is indicated, you and your family can count on our orthopedic surgeons’ expertise in these areas:
Emerson’s podiatrists manage bone, joint and soft tissue disorders of the foot and associated structures; most foot surgery can be performed on an outpatient basis.
Emerson’s orthopedic hand specialists treat all upper extremity injuries and conditions, and take a multidisciplinary approach that includes therapy and surgery.
Joint replacement and revision
Our surgeons perform a wide variety of today’s most advanced joint replacement surgeries, including the mini-incision approach to hip replacement, and apply the latest technology to revisions of older joint replacements.
Receive expert care from the region’s only board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Emerson also features trauma repair, including fractures, dislocations and other trauma-related orthopedic problems.
Our orthopedic surgeons use advanced techniques, including arthroscopy, to treat the full range of knee issues.
- Matthew Sloan, MD, discusses the latest advances in hip and knee replacements and how they can lead to improved outcomes and recovery times in this Health Works Here podcast.
Emerson’s orthopedic surgeons take a multidisciplinary approach to treat elbow problems including tennis elbow and bursitis.
Today’s shoulder surgery uses the latest minimally-invasive techniques — sophisticated scopes and slim instruments to repair shoulder problems with a minimum of disruption to surrounding tissue.
Specialists in sports medicine use the most advanced medical and surgical treatment and physical therapy to help athletes get back in the game.
When spinal surgery is required, Emerson’s Spine Center works closely with neurosurgeons at the respected Lahey Clinic.
Comprehensive care after surgery
If your orthopedic surgery requires a hospital stay, you will be cared for by Emerson’s highly-regarded nursing staff, many with special training in pain management — a vital part of orthopedic care. Other services include:
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