• Joint Care

  • Joint Care and Surgery at St. Anthony North Health Campus

    When joint pain can becomes a problem, your quality of life can suffer. St. Anthony North Health Campus has the specialists, staff, facilities and technology to help treat joint pain, injuries and arthritic conditions so you can get back to doing the things you love. 

    Total Joint Surgery for Hip and Knee 

    Arthroplasty—which literally means the “reforming” of a joint—is often the best solution for the joint damaged by injury, disease or the aging process. Based upon the individual’s needs, surgeons may advise resurfacing the bones to restore the joint, or replacing it with a prosthetic (artificial) joint.

    Our board-certified and board-eligible orthopedic surgeons are skilled in:

    • Total hip replacement
    • Total knee replacement
    • Total shoulder replacement
    • Hip resurfacing
    • Partial knee resurfacing
    • Partial shoulder resurfacing
    • Minimally-invasive surgery

    Foot and Ankle Treatment

    Every step you take calls the bones, tendons and ligaments of your feet and ankles into action. Whether you’re experiencing ankle and foot pain as the result of daily wear-and-tear, a traumatic injury or inherited problem, our orthopedic specialists can help you find relief. 
     

    Board-certified and board-eligible physicians are skilled in treating:

    • Achilles tendon injuries
    • Ankle sprains
    • High-ankle sprains
    • Mid-foot issues (Jones Fracture; LisFranc Fracture-Dislocation)
    • Stress fractures of the foot and ankle
    • General knee pain
    • Ligament injuries
    • Meniscus tears

    Hand and Wrist

    Because your hands and wrists are so essential to your everyday life, seeking prompt medical attention for any painful condition is important. Without proper assessment and intervention, permanent damage can occur. Our board-certified and board-eligible hand surgeons are skilled in diagnosing and treating the common hand and wrist injuries related to injury and overuse as well as those caused by a congenital (from birth) condition or disease process.
     

    Among the hand and wrist problems they help resolve are:

    • Arthritis-related joint pain   
    • Artificial joint replacement (arthroscopy) of the finger and thumb
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome (open and minimally invasive)
    • Dupuytren's contracture
    • Guyon's canal syndrome
    • Joint injuries
    • Ligament injuries
    • Mallet finger  
    • Mucous cysts  
    • Trigger finger and trigger thumb
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