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Orthopedic Care in Beloit

Struggling with muscle, bone, or joint pain can make it difficult to do the things you want to do, but getting you back to your life is our mission. To live free from pain, you must rely on healthy bones and joints to keep you active and mobile, especially if you sustain an injury. Beloit Health System offers a variety of orthopedic and sports medicine services to get you back to fighting fit. Our board-certified orthopedists and orthopedic surgeons are specialists in diagnosing and treating all conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, including the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissues.

Orthopedic Conditions We Treat

Beloit Health System offers comprehensive care, including both nonsurgical and surgical options, to help improve your quality of life. From simple nonsurgical treatments to total joint replacement, our staff of advanced care providers and board-certified orthopedic surgeons offer a variety of orthopedic services.

Orthopedic issues treated include:

  • Arthritis treatments
  • Broken legs/arms
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Hip fractures
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Tendon repair
  • Torn ligaments/Torn Cartilage
  • Hand/finger pain
  • Trigger finger
  • Tendonitis of the wrist
  • Thumb arthritis

Should I See an Orthopedic Specialist?

You should consider booking an appointment with an orthopedist if you have joint pain, swelling, stiffness, or if you sustain a sports injury. If any of your pain or injuries are keeping you from doing your everyday activities like you used to, an orthopedist can help by offering significant relief from pain. Our orthopedists at Beloit Health System offer conservative, nonsurgical treatment options as well as more aggressive surgical treatments. Some of the surgical procedures our orthopedic surgeons perform include total joint replacement, tendon repair, and fracture repair, among others.

Nobody has to “live with” bone, joint, or tendon pain, and neglecting your pain could lead to more lasting, severe problems. For example, athletes who push through the pain rather than seeking treatment may end up with a chronic pain condition.

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