Orthopaedic Trauma

Physicians specializing in orthopaedic trauma have specialized training to address the variety of fractures that occur from traumatic injuries. Of particular benefit is their ability to treat severely broken bones involving joints that require precise reconstruction enabling patients to regain alignment and minimize the risk of degenerative joint disease.

Orthopaedic trauma surgeons care for seriously injured patients both at the initial point of care when stabilization of injuries is necessary as well as when the patient is stable for definitive surgery.

Orthopaedic trauma surgeons:

  • Address the variety of fractures, dislocations, ligament tears and tendon tears that occur from traumatic injuries.
  • Treat severely broken bones involving joints that require precise reconstruction enabling patients to regain alignment and minimize the risk of degenerative joint disease.
  • Manage deep bone infections and fractures that have failed to heal after an appropriate length of time.
  • Perform joint replacement for fractures around joints.
  • Treat open wounds of the extremities associated with fractures using skin grafting and other indicated soft tissue procedures.

Meet Our Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons:

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 Bryan K. Houseman, DO

 

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 Edward A. Sirlin III, MD