Fracture Care

Orthopedic Trauma

Orthopedic Trauma is a subspecialty that deals with a broad range of acute bone, joint, and soft-tissue injuries that occur following a traumatic incident, such as a car accident or a fall, which differentiates trauma from chronic conditions, such as degenerative hip pain or long-term back pain. These can range from minor fractures and muscle strains to serious or even life-threatening injuries.

When an orthopedic surgeon specializes in this area, it means he or she has received extensive additional training in the rapid and accurate diagnosis of acute musculoskeletal injuries. In addition, a trauma specialist will generally have more experience with these types of injuries, which when combined with the additional training, can mean a better outcome for the patient.

Fracture Management

When you have experienced a fracture to your shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, or foot, you need a skilled orthopedic surgeon who is an expert in properly identifying and effectively managing your injury, as well as developing a treatment plan to swiftly restore your mobility. At OrthoNorcal Orthopedic Specialists, our fracture management team is highly skilled in evaluating fracture symptoms, types, and locations. Once identified, our doctors provide a unique treatment plan focused on your individual situation—splints, braces, casts, metal rods, screws, pins, and other devices are often used to help stabilize the fracture, which helps the bone to heal efficiently.

Our Trauma Specialists

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