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JOINT SOLUTIONS WITHOUT SURGERY.

The least invasive solution is often best.

Michael Boyer, MD, of Upstate Bone and Joint now offers leading-edge treatments, using ultrasound-guided and highly-targeted injections. So the therapy goes where the problem is, without disturbing the rest of the joint. You get a faster recovery with a reduced risk of complications. Get the details on how you can get back in the game fast.

What We Treat

Orthopaedists treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including:

Fractures and dislocations

Torn ligaments, sprains, and strains

Shoulder pain, rotator cuff disorders

Arthritis and osteoporosis

Tendon injuries, pulled muscles, and bursitis

Ruptured disks, sciatica, low back pain, and scoliosis

Knock knees, bow legs, bunions, and hammer toes

Bone tumors, muscular dystrophy, and cerebral palsy

Abnormalities of the fingers and toes and growth abnormality

Flat and painful feet

Hands and upper extremities

 

The Orthopaedic Surgeon or Orthopaedist?

 

Orthopaedics is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, care and treatment of patients with disorders of the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. These elements make up the musculoskeletal system. The physicians who specialize in this area are called orthopaedic surgeons or orthopaedists.

 

Orthopaedists are involved in all aspects of health care pertaining to the musculoskeletal system. They use medical, physical, and rehabilitative methods as well as surgery. Typically, as much as 50 percent of the orthopaedist's practice is devoted to non-surgical or medical management of injuries or disease and 50 percent to surgical management.

 

Surgery may be needed to restore function lost as a result of injury or disease of bones, joint, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, or skin. Your orthopaedist will determine the best treatment. Medications, injections, and therapy often are useful. Surgery is only performed when indicated, and you agree it is time.