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Hands are intricate parts of the body with many bones, muscles and ligaments working together. Injuries to these areas are fairly common from sports activities, work-related tasks, injuries from hand tools or lawn mowers and other accidents. Our specialists can handle a wide range of conditions or injuries in the hand and wrist.
Injuries to elbows can happen from numerous things including sports activities, work-related tasks, injuries from hand tools or lawn mowers and other accidents. Our specialists can handle a wide range of conditions or injuries in the elbow.
Shoulder injuries are most commonly caused by activities that involve excessive and repetitive overhead motion. Most commonly injured shoulder areas are the ligaments, muscles and tendons. Pain is the most common symptom of a shoulder injury.
Your spine includes the bones in your neck and back - a column of 33 bones or vertebrae and tissue that extends from your skull down to your pelvis. Trauma to the spine can lead to long-term nerve damage or disability. The neck and spine specialists at OrthoMichigan are trained to treat strains, disc disease, fractures and most other spinal conditions or injuries.
Whether from a fall, arthritis or overuse injuries, hip pain can make it difficult to walk and reduce quality of life. The hip is the most flexible free-moving joint in the body. It can move backwards and forwards, from side-to-side, and can perform twisting motions. Our hip specialists are trained to diagnose causes of hip pain and treat minor injuries as well as total joint replacement.
Every time you take a step, you use your knee and it is susceptible to a number of injuries. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), knee injuries are the most common reason for visiting an orthopedic surgeon. Our knee specialists are trained to diagnose causes of knee pain and treat minor injuries as well as total joint replacement.
The ankle joint is placed under as much of 63 tons of pressure per each mile walked. However, ankle pain is not normal. Injuries from falls or overuse, arthritis or other issues can be corrected with proper care. The foot and ankle specialists are trained to treat strains, sprains, fractures, tendon injuries and more.
Our feet carry the entire weight of the body when we stand or move. Foot injuries from falls or overuse, arthritis or other issues can be corrected with proper care. The foot and ankle specialists at OrthoMichigan are trained to treat strains, sprains, fractures, tendon injuries and more.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"I was so impressed with the staff at OrthoMichigan. They were professional and listened to me every step of the way. They answered all of my questions and helped me understand exactly what was going on and made sure I got the care I needed. I definitely will be recommending them to everyone I can!"
"I used to be a runner and came to OrthoMichigan after having issues with my knee and ankle. I hadn't been able to run in years and was told by others that I wouldn't be able to run again. After working with the physicians at OrthoMichigan, I am actually back to running races this past Fall! I can't thank them enough for helping me heal and get back on the road.
"Every time I went to see my physician, I felt like they listened to me and I was part of the family. They truly cared about me getting better. I recovered from my shoulder injury in half the time it was expected to take and couldn't be happier with the results. I definitely would go back to OrthoMichigan."