With today’s advanced technology, even the most complex orthopaedic surgeries may be performed using minimally invasive techniques, which means you get back into action more quickly. From joint replacements to soft tissue repairs, the surgeons at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine perform every type of surgery and keep working with you throughout your rehabilitation. Wellington has four locations in Cincinnati, as well as offices in Oxford, Sardinia, and West Chester, Ohio. To receive treatment for an orthopaedic condition, book an appointment online or call the office that’s most convenient for you.
Whether you sustain an injury or develop a musculoskeletal disease, the surgeons at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine perform surgery when needed to ensure optimal healing, correct deformities, relieve your pain, and restore function.
These are several conditions that often require surgery, including:
From repairing soft tissues to bone grafts and internal fixation to hold broken bones in place, you can depend on the experienced surgeons at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that’s performed to diagnose and treat problems in your joints. The procedure begins with one small incision through which your doctor inserts a narrow arthroscope.
The arthroscope contains lighting and a camera that sends real-time, magnified images of your joint to a monitor. After examining the tissues and determining or verifying your diagnosis, your doctor can proceed to treat the problem, performing your surgery by inserting surgical tools through other small incisions.
During arthroscopy, your surgeon may accomplish a number of procedures, including:
Nearly every joint in your body can be examined arthroscopically, but minimally invasive surgery is most often performed on the knee, ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
In some cases, open surgery is the best choice, but whenever possible, the surgeons at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine prefer to use arthroscopic surgery. The small incisions cause less trauma compared to one, long open incision. As a result, you gain benefits such as:
During minimally invasive surgery, your doctor may leave key muscles and tendons intact, which contributes to a faster recovery.
When you need orthopaedic surgery, you can depend on the experienced team at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine. To schedule an appointment today, call or use the online booking feature.