WELCOME TO ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY of MACOMB
Orthopedic Surgery of Macomb is impassioned about improving your quality of life by providing the latest advances for the care of all your orthopedic concerns. The field of orthopedics involves the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal system for people of all ages. Advances in orthopedics have made it possible for people with injury or diseases of the joints to live virtually pain free. Our goal is to get you back to enjoying the lifestyle you desire.
Your body's musculoskeletal system is very complex and includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves which work in unison to allow you to move and be active. When any link in the system dysfunctions or is injured it can cause pain and immobility. Our philosophy is treat the body as a whole and to diagnose and treat the core dysfunction with a individualized treatment plan. We care for patients of all ages, to young athletes requiring arthroscopic surgery to people with arthritis.
- Pain, aching, soreness, cramps, spasms, limitation of movement, stiffness, weakness, swelling, lumps, of the musculoskeletal system are the most common reasons for Orthopedic Doctor visits.
- One in seven Americans has a musculoskeletal impairment.
- There are over 29 million visits to the emergency room each year for musculoskeletal conditions.
- Arthritis is the leading chronic condition for the elderly.
- Injuries to the back or spine are the most common.
- Sprains, dislocations and fractures account for almost half of all musculoskeletal injuries.
- Millions of Americans visit Orthopedic Doctors each year for back pain, knee problems, shoulder problems, foot, toe, and ankle problems and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Knee Pain A Common ComplaintKnee pain is a common complaint, and there are many causes. It is important to get an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms so an appropriate treatment can be put in place to avoid progression. When you should see your doctor about your knee pain?
– Inability to walk comfortably.
– Changes or deformity around the knee joint.
– Knee pain that occurs at night or while resting.
– Knee pain that persists beyond a few days.
– Locking (inability to bend) the knee.
– Swelling of the joint or the calf area.
– Signs of an infection, including fever, redness or warmth.
– A change in symptoms.
Some common treatments for knee painNot all of these treatments are appropriate for every condition, but they may be helpful in your situation.
- Ice and Heat Application
- Physical Therapy
- Anti-Inflammatory Medications
- Cortisone injections
- Knee Replacement Surgery