Our orthopedic team provides expert comprehensive care for patients with a variety of orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions. They offer surgical and non-surgical options for treatment and collaborate with other providers to optimize care. As a Level 1 Adult & Pediatric Trauma Center, orthopedic trauma cases are surpassed by none.
Your clinic visit
Because of the nature of your treatment, especially when x-rays or cast work is needed, please bring shorts if you have a knee, hip or foot problem and a tank top (for women) if you have a shoulder problem. If you are being seen for a foot or ankle problem, bring your shoe inserts or custom foot inserts. If you are a runner, bring your running shoes.
Your first appointment will begin by taking a detailed medical history and conducting a physical examination. This gives your doctor an idea about the type of symptoms or pain you are experiencing, past medical and surgical history, and medications that you are taking. We may ask you to schedule an MRI or to bring your X-rays with you.
Musculoskeletal infections – Our team of orthopedic surgeons and infectious disease specialists work together in treating short and long-term infections of the bones and joints.
Sports medicine - Whether an injury was caused by athletics or pain is keeping you from participating in a sport you love, we have specialized providers in sports medicine.
Soft tissue injuries – Sprain and tissue strain injuries can be debilitating. Fortunately the treatment is usually non-surgical and consists of medication and rehabilitation. Our staff has years of experience, excellent diagnostic resources and a team of physical/occupational therapists to help successfully manage these conditions.
Total joint replacement – There are several conditions that may lead to your need to consider a knee or hip replacement such as arthritis.
This is a hospital-based clinic owned by Hennepin Healthcare. Many insurance plans pay for health care services provided in a hospital-based clinic differently than those provided in a doctor’s office. Your insurance may require that you meet your annual deductible and/or require that you pay a percentage of the bill rather than just an office visit co-payment. You should check with your insurance company if you have any questions. Read the Frequently asked questions about hospital-based clinics to learn more.