Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
At Newman Regional Health Medical Partners, our orthopedics and sports medicine providers specialize in the diagnostic, medical, surgical, and rehabilitative treatment of bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and nerves for adults and children. They treat a variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries utilizing cutting-edge surgical procedures and non-surgical techniques to ensure the best outcomes for your condition.
OrthoKansas has joined the Newman Regional Health Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine clinic to provide Lyon County and surrounding area residents a new choice when it comes to their orthopedic care.
From sprains and strains to torn ligaments and joint replacements, our physicians, nurses, and staff will provide you with timely and compassionate personalized care.
We perform a comprehensive range of orthopedic treatments and surgical procedures for people with hip and knee pain, shoulder injuries, hand and wrist conditions, and some foot/ankle problems.
Common Orthopedics and Sports Medicine conditions and treatments include:
- Total joint replacement
- Fracture management
- Sports medicine
- Cartilage/meniscal transplant
- Arthroscopic repair
- Ligament and tendon repairs and reconstruction
- Anterior cruciate ligament / ACL (knee) repair
- Rotator cuff (shoulder) repair
- Reverse total shoulder surgery
- Elbow, wrist, ankle conditions
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Ganglion cysts
- Hand surgery
Sports Medicine has a primary focus on sports-related medical services with the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. Newman Regional Health Sports Medicine Specialists help patients maximize function and minimize disability in order for patients to become fully active in sports, work, school, and daily activities. Although Sports Medicine seems to be specific to athletes, anyone can suffer from a musculoskeletal or non-musculoskeletal condition that requires treatment from a Sports Medicine Specialist in order to help with exercise and activity.
Examples of conditions treated by sports medicine include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Concussion and other head injuries
- Chronic or acute illness
- Exercise prescription
- Injury prevention
- Recommendations for strength training and conditioning
- Healthy lifestyle education