Mission Community Hospital’s Center of Excellence in Orthopedic and Spine Surgery serves patients who require both surgical and nonsurgical intervention for injury or trauma which results in damage to the musculoskeletal system.
Our highly skilled and experienced surgeons utilize state-of-the-art technology and techniques to ensure our patients receive the highest quality of care.
We are deeply committed to expediting a quick recovery and getting you back to your life.
Expertise in Orthopedic Treatment and Recovery
The highly specialized orthopedists, spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other professionals at Mission Community Hospital, including world-class Fellowship-trained surgeons, are equipped with some of the most innovative technology and are skilled at treating both trauma and overuse injuries.
• Sports-Related Injury
• Back and Neck Pain
• Knee Pain
• Hip Injuries
• Stress and Other Fractures
• Herniated Disc
• Spinal Stenosis
• Foot and Ankle Injuries
• Shin Splints
• Pulled Muscles
• Tennis Elbow
• Frozen Shoulder
• Epidural and Nerve Root
• Block Injections
• Spinal Cord Stimulation – Trial and Implantation
• Pain Management
• Physical / Occupational Therapy
• Osteo-Spine Treatment
• Medication Management
3D O-Arm Technology
Mission Community Hospital’s new technology provides a real-time 2-D and 3-D image of a patient’s internal anatomy. These images guide surgeons performing minimally invasive orthopedic procedures with greater precision and accuracy – especially for complex spine surgeries.
Benefits of Intra-Operative 3D O-Arm Technology
• Gives the surgeon a more precise view of complex spinal anatomy, resulting in greater precision and accuracy
• Speeds up surgical time
• Reduces exposure to radiation
• Provides surgeon immediate feedback necessary to make adjustments during surgical procedures
The experienced orthopedic surgeons at Mission Community Hospital have performed thousands of joint replacement procedures, including those for hips and knees.
We utilize advanced, minimally invasive technology along with new and innovative approaches to joint replacement, including new implants for the hip and knee that can last for years to come.
In addition, customized knee and hip joints may be used for eligible patients who want to remain active and participate in exercise or sports activities following their joint replacement surgery.
Whether your hip or knee is injured or you are in chronic pain as a result of osteoarthritis or some other condition, help is available from our team of leading joint and orthopedic specialists.