As our bodies age, we start to feel aches and pains in our bones, joints, and muscles, and this is a natural development we can all expect as we get older. For many people, however, problems begin to set in for a wide variety of reasons: degenerative diseases, injuries, bone deformities, and arthritis can all result in disability, decreased range of motion in joints, and excruciating pain. While many of these problems can be slowed down or reversed with simple treatments and significant changes to a patient’s diet and exercise routine, in many cases, it becomes necessary for a person to receive a surgical procedure. When this happens to you, you should settle for nothing less than the top orthopedic surgeons available.
The Top Orthopedic Surgeons at Rothman Institute
Rothman Institute treats thousands of patients every year in a variety of orthopedic specialties, offering treatments including some of the most advanced surgical procedures available in modern medicine. Orthopedics is a branch of surgery that includes operations on various parts of the musculoskeletal system. Our top orthopedic surgeons are some of the best and most highly experienced in the world, having studied and practiced at the finest medical institutions in the country. Based in the Greater Philadelphia Area, the physicians at Rothman Institute serve patients with a wide variety of conditions. Our specialties include:
Shoulder and Elbow
Foot and Ankle
Hand and Wrist
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Orthopaedic Trauma and Fracture Care
If you are currently suffering from pain in your back, neck, knees, wrist, or any of your other joints, bones, and muscles, you may have a condition that can be easily treated by one of our top orthopedic surgeons. For many of our patients, non-surgical methods of treatment can be highly effective, especially when the patient reports his or her pain to a doctor before the condition gets too severe. Some conditions, especially severe injuries or sudden onset of a degenerative disease, require immediate surgical treatment.
Contact Rothman Institute today for a consultation with one of our orthopedic physicians. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you live a healthier, pain-free life.