Conditions We Treat
Your body is made up of bones, muscles, blood vessels, tendons, and ligaments that all work together to help you work, play, and complete daily functions. When part of this complex system is damaged, you can experience pain, impaired function, and decreased mobility which can affect all aspects of your life. At Valley View, our orthopedic team listens to your needs and treats your condition with the latest methods and technology to get you back on your feet.
The team at Glenwood Orthopedic Center believes that the best formula for making medical decisions is to combine the most current and reliable medical facts with our patient’s individual goals. Put more simply: Medical Information + Patient Information = Better Health Decisions. Patient decisions influence overall well-being, as well as the quality and cost of the care. By taking an active role in health care decisions, patients are likely to be happier with the care received and the results achieved.
The shoulder joint is susceptible to sports injuries, wear and tear, acute or sudden injury and degenerative ailments which can create pain and limit range of motion. The shoulder specialists at Glenwood Orthopedic Center, alongside our Valley View physical therapy team can help you address your symptoms and create a treatment plan that will minimize pain and long term damage to the joint.
Elbow injuries most commonly occur from overuse and can cause swelling, pain and joint damage if left untreated.
Our specialists know how to treat the complex structure of the elbow and our surgeons are specially trained to operate on the elbow joint.
Hand & Wrist
While some minor hand and wrist injuries can heal on their own, others require treatment, such as splinting or casting, injections, medications, bracing, physical therapy and, if needed, surgery.
Our hand specialists know how to treat the complex structure of the hand and our surgeons are specially trained to operate on the intricate bones and tissues in the hand, wrist and forearm.
Joint pain and impaired joint performance can be a problem for anyone, at any stage of life. Age, stress, trauma and disease all affect joint function. Glenwood Orthopedic Center provides a comprehensive, streamlined approach to joint pain and function. Treatment includes both non-surgical and surgical options, including joint replacement of the knee, hip, or shoulder.
You hips have a role in every movement of your body, so hip problems can drastically affect your quality of life. Hip pain is a common problem and yet treatment options vary and depend on an accurate diagnosis.
Knee pain and injuries can be debilitating. Whether you have suffered an injury or developed pain over time, getting a correct diagnosis and treatment plan can help you get back to walking, running, or playing sports.
Foot & Ankle
Foot and ankle injuries are common among athletes, non-athletes, children and adults alike. Our team of specialists will carefully evaluate your symptoms and use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to treat injuries and ailments. Our integrated approach will get you back on your feet as soon as possible.
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Surgery & Rehabilitation
Valley View’s Orthopedic Center is unique in that we house surgery, imaging and physical rehabilitation under one roof. This allows our team to better understand your condition and treatment and create a recovery plan that gets you back to your old self quickly and safely.
Our sophisticated surgical techniques allow many patients to have their surgery and return home the same day. If you do stay in the hospital after surgery, you will enjoy a comfortable, private room with enough space for a family member to stay with you.
Our team uses a number of biologics to repair and strengthen tissue during and after surgery. Some of these include platelet-rich plasma, bone grafting solutions, and cartilage repair products. If your orthopedic surgeon believes your treatment will be enhanced with biologics, they will discuss these options with you before your procedure.
Our rehabilitation team communicates directly with your surgeon to understand your injury and create a custom recovery plan.
Rehabilitation techniques include joint mobilization, soft tissue stretching, ultrasound, cold and heat, and home exercise programs, all which work together to get you the best results possible.