Shoulder Injury Treatment
Diverse lifestyles depend on the shoulder joint for mobility, from professional athletes and people recovering from accidents or injury, to those seeking to remain active through the aging process. As a result, “wear and tear” injuries and overuse injuries occur across ages and activity levels.
Hip Injury Treatment
Arthritis is the most common risk factor for hip pain, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic arthritis, avascular necrosis, and complications from childhood hip disease.
Knee Injury Treatment
Orthopedic treatment, both surgical and nonsurgical, can alleviate a variety of conditions leading to knee pain, including arthritis, degenerative joint disease, leg deformity, or injury to the knee joint. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common causes of knee pain, which occurs when the cushioning cartilage between the bones of the knee joint wears away and allows the bones to rub against each other.
Hand, Wrist and Elbow Injury Treatment
Many tasks of daily living depend on the mobility, dexterity, and sensation made possible by these structures. Pain that impacts the hands, wrists, and elbows limits not only our ability to feed and clothes ourselves and maintain personal hygiene; it can also prevent us from working, making art, exercising, and other experiences that are part of a high-quality and meaningful life.
Foot and Ankle Injury Treatment
Feet and ankles are fragile, complex structures of bones, muscles, tendons, cartilage, and ligaments. In fact, the foot and ankle alone contain over 30 separate joints! As such, it is very common for feet and ankle conditions to develop, with a profound impact on our ability move comfortably.
Our Orthopedic Specialists
Advanced Pain Care’s specialists bring extensive clinical and research experience to our team of expert pain care physicians and provides our patients with the highest quality of care.