When other treatment options no longer provide relief, joint replacement may be recommended – not only to relieve pain but also to prevent the disability it can cause. The surgical joint replacement procedure involves replacing a part of or the entire damaged joint with prosthesis to create a healthy joint.
Today’s athlete can be a little league baseball player, a working mother interested in staying fit, or a senior citizen who golfs. From torn ligaments, to sprains and strains, PSO surgeons have extensive experience in treating all kinds of conditions caused by sports related injuries.
Properly functioning bones, joints, and muscles of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers are critical to performing nearly all activities of daily living. Injuries of the upper extremity can be extremely debilitating.
Lower extremity injuries of the hip, leg, knee, ankle and foot can be very limiting, decreasing a patient’s ability to get around. PSO surgeons’ have performed many lower extremity procedures treating conditions that are typically caused by arthritis, sprains, strains, and fractures.
Puget Sound Orthopaedics proudly offers diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of cervical and lumbar spinal conditions. Surgical and non-surgical options are available for treating the painful spinal injuries that can be caused by aging, trauma, and structural irregularities.
Treatment of foot conditions can be a complex process due to the large number of bones, joints and ligaments in the foot. PSO’s foot and ankle surgeons use the most advanced surgical and non-surgical treatments including braces, orthotics and minimally invasive surgery to help patients get back on their feet.
Ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) have transformed the outpatient experience for millions of Americans by providing them with a high-quality, cost-effective and convenient alternative to hospital-based outpatient procedures.
An estimated 50 percent to 80 percent of American adults will experience back pain. Whether because of a traumatic accident, a simple injury or arthritis, there are ways to find relief. "About half the time, [...]