When a bone, joint, or muscle condition keeps you on the sidelines, it’s time to take action to get back in the game of life. But what kind of orthopedic specialist should you visit based on your symptoms and situation?
That’s where we’re here to help. Answer these simple questions, and we’ll point you in the right direction. The orthopedic experts at St. Luke’s Health are excited to get you started on the path to recovery.
Based on your diagnosis, your doctor may refer you to another orthopedic specialist for complete and comprehensive care.
At St. Luke’s Health, our orthopedic team consists of surgeons who subspecialize in joint replacement, sports medicine, and spine care. Here, we align your treatment plan with your goals. Request a one-on-one consultation with a specialist to learn more about your options.
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