Real solutions for physical conditions
If you or someone you love is experiencing pain resulting from injuries
or damage to the spine, joints or other areas of the body, Valley Presbyterian
Hospital provides a comprehensive care to restore function and leave you
Our orthopedic services team is focused on relieving pain that affects
your quality and enjoyment of life. We share a compassionate, patient-centered
philosophy that focuses on your well-being, from initial examination to
rehabilitation and beyond. Our affiliated physicians and surgeons include
many board-certified specialists in a broad range of practice areas, covering
a full spectrum of medical conditions and patient ages from children to seniors.
Using advanced diagnostic tools, our orthopedic medical team quickly assesses
your condition, and if surgery is needed, deploys conservative treatments
and minimally invasive procedures to minimize pain, blood loss and time
spent in the hospital. Many surgical procedures are performed on an outpatient
basis, so you can return home to your family in a matter of hours, not
days. Through our expert inpatient and outpatient
rehabilitation services, we work to ensure the stability and longevity of treatments throughout
the recovery process.
Like other clinical teams at Valley Presbyterian Hospital, our orthopedic
services team shares a family-centered approach that recognizes the importance
of caregivers and loved ones in your treatment and recovery.
We treat the following conditions:
- Cartilage and ligament tears
- Fractures and dislocations
- Hand injuries
- Hip resurfacing
- Joint replacement
- Total and partial replacements of hips and knees
- Orthopedic trauma
- Shoulder injuries
- Spinal disorders
- Sports injuries
- Total joint arthroplasty (hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle)
At Valley Presbyterian Hospital, we offer a full range of
rehabilitation services to enable recovery from treatments or surgical procedures through patient
education and individualized therapy plans. Under the guidance of a therapist,
whether on an inpatient or outpatient basis, you will regain your quality
of life with a treatment plan that suits your individual needs.
For more information, contact us at 818.782.6600.