Orthopaedic Specialties

ORTHOPAEDIC SPECIALTIES

Our orthopaedic surgeons work closely with caring and experienced nurses and consult with physicians in other medical specialties at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and our hospital partner, Nebraska Medicine, to provide the latest comprehensive care in each of our orthopaedic specialties:

Adult reconstructive and general orthopaedics:
inflammatory and degenerative joint problems, bone and soft tissue reconstruction and prosthetic joint replacement

Foot and ankle surgery:
foot and ankle disorders ranging from the common to the complex, from bunions to fractures

Hand and upper extremity surgery:
carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome; trigger finger; tennis elbow; fractures and arthritis of the upper extremity including the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow and shoulder; and tendon and nerve injuries

Orthopaedic oncology:
benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors, bone grafts, and custom prosthetic implants

Pediatric orthopaedics:
limb and spine deformities, bone and joint infections, and fractures and dislocations of the arms, legs, and spine in infants, children, and teenagers

Shoulder and elbow:
evaluation and management of shoulder and elbow arthritis, dislocations, fractures, and tendon tears

Sports medicine:
treatment of injuries or illnesses related to sports such as sprains, ligament or cartilage injuries, or joint ailments in athletes of all ages

Trauma:
emergency evaluation, treatment, and long-term follow-up of fractures, dislocations, and other musculoskeletal injuries

Spine:
evaluation and management of spine conditions such as deformities, injuries, and deterioration

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