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    ~ Adult & Pediatric Orthopedics offered through Sutter Orthopedics Institute


    From infants and children to the elderly, Sutter Health offers care at the highest standards for patients with bone, joint and muscle conditions, including arthritis and sports-related injuries. Throughout the Greater Sacramento region, Sutter's highly skilled orthopedic surgery specialists offer the latest innovations in care, supported by experienced staff and leading-edge advancements for diagnosis and treatment.   Click here to learn more.


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    Arthritis Services offered through Sutter Orthopedics Institute


    Every joint of the body is susceptible to arthritic damage that occurs when cartilage breaks down. At Sutter, we provide patients with proven treatments to help correct the damage, whether it arises from arthritis caused by an injury, infection, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout or other illnesses.    Click here to learn more.


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    Back & Spine Services offered through Sutter Neuroscience Institute


    As the support structure for the body, spine and neck health and mobility are critical to maintaining quality of life. Each year, Sutter Health's neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, and occupational and physical therapists help hundreds of adults and children determine underlying conditions affecting the neck and back, and provide treatments to alleviate pain, lack of mobility, or disease conditions of the spine.   Click here to learn more.


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    Childrens Orthopedic Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Sutter primary care doctors often refer children and adolescents with sprains, bone fractures and other orthopedic conditions to one of many Sutter orthopedic surgeons who have special expertise in dealing with young patients. When a condition is more severe, such as a congenital or developmental deformity or damage resulting from trauma, infants through adolescents are often referred for diagnosis and treatment to a Sutter pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Children's Center at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento.    Click here to learn more.


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    Elbow Services offered through Sutter Orthopedics Institute


    Elbow conditions commonly arise from trauma or from activities that cause repetition or overuse of the joint, such as tennis, golf and baseball. In addition, arthritis, nerve irritation and inflammation can develop over time or following injuries. Patients with elbow problems are referred to Sutter orthopedic surgeons who specialize in sports medicine, joint conditions, or exclusively in upper extremity conditions.    Click here to learn more.


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    Foot & Ankle Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, more than 11 million people visited the doctor in 2003 for problems related to the toes, feet or ankles. It's not surprising when you consider everyday activity places stress on the foot and ankle's 26 bones and connecting tendons, ligaments and muscles - and every sport involves the feet. The feet are also farthest from the heart and spinal column, making them vulnerable to poor circulation and nerve damage.    Click here to learn more.


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    Hand & Wrist Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Hands and wrists have always been prone to injury due to repetitive motions, sports-related injuries, arthritis and trauma caused by accidents. Since the advent of the personal computer, hand and wrist problems have predictably increased, driving more people to seek relief for everyday pain.    Click here to learn more.


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    Hip Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Hip problems constitute one of the most common causes for referral to a Sutter orthopedic surgeon. Osteoarthritis in the hip joint is a common condition that often limits a patient's ability to live a full, active life. Treatment options vary, ranging from medication and noninvasive treatments, such as orthotic devices and physical therapy to total hip replacement.    Click here to learn more.


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    Joint Reconstruction & Replacement offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Damage to a joint can cause life-limiting mobility problems and chronic pain. The orthopedic surgeons at Sutter work with thousands of patients each year, helping them overcome joint-related problems, often through nonsurgical and minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery techniques. Sutter orthopedic surgeons provide skill and experience in repairing, reconstructing and replacing joints.    Click here to learn more.


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    Knee Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    It wasn't very many years ago that patients with knee problems simply had to live with pain and limited movement or undergo open surgery and lengthy recoveries. Rapid advancements such as less invasive arthroscopic surgery have provided tremendous benefits to patients of all ages. Advancements continue to move rapidly ahead as the population ages and demand for knee repair grows.    Click here to learn more.


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    Orthopedic Cancer & Tumors offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    While most tumors found in the bones, muscles and joints are benign; they often require removal by an orthopedic surgeon. Patients are often referred to a Sutter orthopedic surgeon to remove the tumor or cyst and repair any damage caused. In the event of a malignant tumor or cancer directly affecting the bones or joint, a Sutter orthopedic surgeon may work as part of a cancer treatment team in conjunction with Sutter Cancer Services. An orthopedic surgeon's special knowledge, experience and skill at surgical techniques such as arthroscopic surgery add important expertise to a patient's cancer treatment team.    Click here to learn more.


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    Orthopedic Rehabilitation offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    While rest, ice, compression and elevation (RICE) are often the first line of treatment for joint, muscle, ligament, tendon or bone damage, physical therapy alone or in combination with surgical care can play a critical role in regaining full use of the body. Many Sutter orthopedic surgeons place their patients on a physical therapy regimen before determining whether surgery is the right approach to care. Reducing a patient's weight, increasing flexibility and improving muscle strength can often correct the problem without surgery. When surgery is required, rehabilitation through physical therapy is a vital step in returning to maximum mobility, flexibility and strength.    Click here to learn more.


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    Orthopedic Trauma offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Many accidents and other injuries result in damage that includes bones, joints and muscles, as well as other parts of the body. The Level II Trauma Center at Sutter Roseville Medical Center provides emergency care for injured patients from a seven-county region, including on-call surgery from fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons who specialize in treating trauma. These surgeons understand the complexities of working with other specialists to provide immediate and often life-saving care to patients.    Click here to learn more.


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    Pediatric Orthopedics offered through Sutter Children's Center, Sacramento


    Conditions of the bones and muscles that result from trauma, disease or congenital defects are treated with orthopedic care through the combined services of Sutter Children's Center, Sacramento, Sutter Orthopedic Institute and other subspecialities as needed. The combined resources bring advanced diagnostic and treatment services, including complex orthopedic surgeries to children and families throughout the greater Sacramento area.   Click here to learn more.


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    Shoulder Services offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Arthritis, constant use, sports activities, and accidents can all damage the complex shoulder joint, resulting in pain and loss of motion. Sutter orthopedic surgeons offer the latest proven advances in diagnosis and care of shoulder disorders, including partial and total joint replacement and reverse shoulder joint replacement for complex shoulder disorders and rotator cuff insufficiencies.    Click here to learn more.


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    Sports Medicine offered through Sutter Orthopedic Institute


    Injuries related to recreational activities are common reasons for referral to a Sutter orthopedic surgeon. While all Sutter orthopedic surgeons see patients with sports-related injuries, there are several orthopedic surgeons who have undergone additional training or have a practice focus in sports medicine. Many Sutter orthopedic specialists serve as team physicians for groups that include the Sacramento River Cats, U.S. Ski Team, Sacramento Capitals professional tennis team, Sacramento City College, UC Davis, and other schools and teams throughout the region.    Click here to learn more.