Norton King’s Daughters’ Health provides orthopedic care for all ages. Care begins with our exceptional team of orthopedic providers and often continues with successful rehabilitation services, including physical therapy and athletic training. We want you to enjoy your life and continue to do the things you love to do. As we say, It’s your life. Go live it!
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The orthopedic providers at Norton KDH work closely with therapy professionals at the Norton KDH Rehabilitation Center to help patients return to work and their favorite activities as quickly and safely as possible. The rehab team includes physical therapists, occupational therapists and athletic trainers.
The orthopedic surgeons at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health’s provide comprehensive care for bone fractures (bone breaks). Most fractures can be successfully treated with splinting or casting. If needed, surgical intervention is available.
Acute/Urgent – Most fractures occur as the result of an accident or injury. These fractures may involve the arms, wrists, legs, feet, hips or ankles—or sometimes a combination of these bones and joints. In most cases, fractures are successfully treated with nonsurgical intervention and treatment may involve splinting or casting, depending on how and where the bones are fractured. In severe cases, surgical intervention may be required to stabilize the bone or joint to ensure proper healing. Surgical intervention may include rods, pins or other types of supportive components.
Pediatric Fractures – Whether through play, sports or accidents, childhood fractures are fairly common. Depending on the location and type of fracture, common interventions include splinting or casting. With children, it’s especially important for an orthopedic specialist to evaluate the injury. If the fracture is located in a joint or near a growth plate, proper healing and follow-up is critical to prevent future problems. The orthopedic team at Norton KDH offers a wide range of solutions.
When hip pain keeps you from enjoying life and doing the things you want to do, it’s time to talk to one of the orthopedic specialists at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health. A variety of treatment options are available, including total hip replacement surgery. As part of our Joint Replacement Program, patients who choose hip replacement at Norton KDH receive a comprehensive care plan that includes pre-surgery evaluation and post-surgery follow-up. We want you to have an exceptional experience and successful recovery.
Anterior-approach total hip replacement is less invasive than traditional procedures. With the anterior approach plan, your orthopedic surgeon makes a small incision on the front (anterior) of the hip rather than a larger incision on the side or back of the hip. The anterior incision allows the Orthopedic surgeon to work between the muscles without having to detach them from bones of the hip or thigh. Sparing the muscles minimizes trauma and promotes a more rapid recovery. A smaller incision also means less scarring. With the incision on the front of the hip, patients avoid the discomforts associated with sitting on the incision site. Regardless of body size or shape, most patients are candidates for the anterior hip replacement care plan.
When knee pain keeps you from enjoying life and doing the things you want to do, it’s time to talk to one of the orthopedic specialists at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health. A variety of knee replacement treatment options are available, including partial and total knee replacement surgery. As part of our Joint Replacement Program, patients who choose total knee replacement at Norton KDH receive a comprehensive knee replacement care plan that includes pre-surgery evaluation and post-surgery follow-up. We want you to have an exceptional experience and successful recovery.
When shoulder pain keeps you from enjoying life and doing the things you want to do, it’s time to talk to one of the orthopedic specialists at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health. A variety of shoulder surgery options are available, depending on the cause and extent of your shoulder problems. As part of our Joint Replacement Program, patients who choose total shoulder replacement or reverse total shoulder replacement at Norton KDH receive a comprehensive care plan that includes pre-surgery evaluation and post-surgery follow-up. We want you to have an exceptional experience and successful recovery. Be sure to ask one of our orthopedic surgeons if you qualify for this option.
Shoulder Replacement optionsIf you experience significant pain or weakness in your shoulder joint as the result of osteoarthritis, injury, or damage to the tendons and muscles that form what is known as your rotator cuff, talk with us about your options. Some patients may also suffer from a fracture in the shoulder, known as a humeral fracture. During shoulder replacement surgery, the worn or damaged parts of the shoulder joint are replaced, similar to knee and hip surgery. The patient receives a new ball-and-socket joint. Your orthopedic shoulder surgeon will discuss the specific techniques to be used, based on your condition. Physical therapy and other rehabilitation therapies are an important part of your successful recovery. Our team of joint replacement surgeons will provide you with a step-by-step guide in advance of your procedure to make sure your shoulder surgery goes well.
The orthopedic surgeons at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health provide comprehensive care for pediatric patients (children). Fractures are the most common orthopedic injury in children, whether the result of an accident, activity or sport. As children reach adolescence, sports injuries related to shoulders, knees and ankles become more prevalent. Proper stretching and warm-up may help reduce the risk of injury. Ask one of our pediatricians what to look for when you think your child may need to visit a doctor.
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