ONS orthopedic physicians specialize in operative and non-operative treatments for injuries and conditions of the entire musculoskeletal system; bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. ONS physicians are sub-specialized surgeons, skilled in the most advanced techniques from complex reconstructions to minimally invasive procedures where tiny incisions and miniaturized cameras are used to work in small areas.
ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALTY FOR BETTER RESULTS
Patients are matched to the physician with the specialized training and expertise that’s best suited to address each individual’s needs. From diagnostic imaging to advanced surgical techniques, our orthopedic center offers state-of-the-art, comprehensive care.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body, capable of a nearly 360 degree range of motion. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, an estimated 4 million people seek medical assistance for shoulder and upper arm strains and sprains each year.
The knee is the largest joint in the body, made up of the lower end of the thigh bone (femur), the upper end of the shinbone (tibia) and the kneecap (patella). The knee also includes four major ligaments that connect the bones, control motion, stabilize the joint and restrict abnormal movement.
The elbow joint links the upper arm bone (humerus) and the two bones of the lower arm (ulna and radius). The elbow joint operates like a door swinging on a hinge. It also performs twisting and rotating motions. In addition to the joint, the elbow is made up of muscles, nerves and tendons that connect the tissues between muscles and bones.
Hand & Wrist
Our hands are integral to nearly all daily life activities. An injury to the hand, wrist or fingers can greatly impact the ability to function normally at home, at work or playing sports.
Foot & Ankle
Approximately 75% of Americans will experience significant foot and ankle pain during their lifetime. With each step, the average foot bears one and a half to four times a person’s body weight depending on whether they are walking, running or exercising.
The hip is one of the human body’s largest weight-bearing joints. It consists of two main parts: a ball at the top of your thigh bone and the rounded socket in the pelvis. Ligaments hold the ball in the socket and provide stability to the joint.