The Spine Center at Orthopedic Professional Association uses both surgical and non-surgical approaches to treating all back and spinal problems – including disease-related degenerative conditions and traumatic conditions caused by workplace or other injuries. We do so with a combination of the most advanced surgical, medical, pain management and rehabilitative therapies available. It is our goal to return our back patients to a normal life doing the things they love to do.
The Orthopedic Professional Association Joint Center team understands the needs of patients suffering from all major degenerative and trauma-related joint conditions, including arthritis, shoulder impingement problems, and osteoarthritis of the knee, hip and elbow, as well as the complexities involved in total joint surgery. Our staff of expert orthopedic surgeons specializes in joint replacements including the knee, hip, shoulder and elbow. They are joined in the care team by physical therapists and LRGHealthcare hospital staff, all dedicated to providing patients with leading-edge technology and treatment to restore their mobility, strength and function.
The Sports Medicine Center at OPA offers a full range of non-surgical treatments by physicians and staff trained specifically in the area of Sports Medicine. Through an appropriate combination of treatments ranging from simple rest and activity modification to medical, rehabilitative and cross-training exercise therapies, most sports injuries can be treated without surgery. When surgical intervention is required, our orthopedic surgeons perform procedures either in our on-site surgery center or in a hospital setting, including the latest in cartilage transplants, ligament reconstruction and arthroscopic surgeries.
At The Hand Center at OPA, our specially trained hand surgeons can quickly identify and recommend both surgical and non-surgical treatment for a full range of degenerative, repetitive, disease- or injury-related hand ailments ranging from carpal tunnel syndrome to ganglions, trigger fingers and arthritis. Treatments range from major reconstructive surgery to prosthetics, medication and physical therapy. Our full service orthopedic care center includes an on-site Surgery Center, MRI Center and complete x-ray capabilities to better serve your needs.
At OPA we treat both pediatric and adult disorders of the lower extremities, from severe ulcers to ingrown toenails. Our specialists can offer some of the most advanced treatments and surgical techniques to relieve and even eliminate most foot, ankle, and lower extremities problems.
OPA provides for patients with a wide range of rheumatic and immunologic disorders, including systemic lupus erythematosis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, dermatomyositis, scleroderma and systemic vasculitis, inflammatory muscle disease, and many other connective tissue diseases. We understand the importance of correct diagnosis and treatment for conditions such as bursitis, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and fibromyalgia, as well as complex systemic pain caused by diseases like rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus.
Patients needing treatment for orthopedic trauma or fractures have the best in physician expertise and both inpatient and outpatient care. Our orthopedic trauma surgeons specialize in the care and treatment of:
- Simple, compound and multiple fractures
- Nerve and tendon injuries
- Traumatic spinal injuries
- Complications of trauma
- Osteomyelitis (infection of the bone)
- Non-union (unhealed fractures)
- Mal-union (healed fracture deformities)
- Post-traumatic reconstruction of the upper and lower extremities