A sudden traumatic accident can cause a range of physical injuries. Orthopedic fracture care is a branch of orthopedic surgery that specializes in injuries related to the bones, joints, and soft tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments). These traumatic injuries typically require prompt attention, can be difficult to treat, and benefit the most in the hands of an orthopedic fracture specialist.
IBJI’s fellowship-trained fracture surgeons are highly experienced in all aspects of orthopedic care, including operative and non-operative management of a variety of conditions. Physicians in the IBJI Fracture Care division have received advanced training in the management of simple and complex orthopedic injuries at some of the most renowned trauma centers in the country.
Our specialists focus on providing cutting-edge care to facilitate recovery from injury, fracture healing (including correcting nonunions and malunions), restoring alignment of joint surfaces, and restoring maximum function to the injured body part.
Our highly-experienced fracture surgeons treat a variety of acute and chronic injury-related conditions, including:
Our comprehensive fracture care includes post-operative treatment with our physical and occupational therapists, who are experienced in helping patients recover from orthopedic injuries. Our surgeons also employ the most up-to-date techniques to optimize pain control and overall bone health during your treatment. At IBJI, our goal is not only to provide outstanding treatment of your injury, but also to help reduce the chances of repeat injury in the future.
The orthopedic fracture surgeons at IBJI are available to provide a second opinion regarding the management of acute and chronic injuries. Often, appropriate early treatment of orthopedic injuries leads to the best chance of an optimal recovery. You can count on our fellowship-trained fracture specialists to provide you with cutting-edge strategies to manage your injury.
Additionally, IBJI offers elective trauma surgery reconstruction for nonunions, malunions, deformity, or infection, which can occur when a fracture does not heal correctly. If any of these occur after your first surgery, you are welcome to come to IBJI for a second opinion to discuss treatment options and possible reconstruction.
David Beigler, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon with Fellowship Training in Total Joint Surgery and Trauma
Steven Gross, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon with Fellowship Training in Orthopedic Trauma and Fracture Management
Matthew L. Jimenez, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon with Fellowship Training in Orthopaedic Trauma and Joint Reconstruction
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