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Orthopaedics

NOMS orthopaedic physicians treat conditions of the musculoskeletal system i.e. bone, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Using both surgical and nonsurgical conservative means, our surgeons treat sports injuries, trauma, and degenerative conditions such as arthritis. 

NOMS world-class orthopaedic physicians offer services including: arthroscopic surgery; orthopaedic rehabilitation post-surgery with a focus on best outcomes and quickest recovery; total joint replacement during which damaged joints are replaced by a prosthesis to relieve pain and restore function; anterior and posterior hip replacement; robotic-arm assisted total hip and knee replacement; revised total joint replacement performed when a replaced joint fails and a portion or all parts of the prosthesis are replaced with new; total shoulder replacement, reverse shoulder replacement, and minimally invasive outpatient shoulder replacement; arthroscopic rotator cuff repair; sports medicine; arthritis care including treatment of joint pain, inflammation and stiffness and, or degeneration; fracture treatment; carpal tunnel- and trigger-finger-release surgery; cartilage restoration; and, ACL reconstruction and meniscal repairs.

At a Glance

Fracture Treatment

NOMS orthopaedic physicians are also expert at fracture (broken bone) treatment. Depending on the specific bone and position of the fracture, the bone may need immobilized or surgery may be recommended.

 

Total Joint Replacement

This is a surgical procedure in which damaged joints are replaced by a prosthesis. Damage may be from arthritis or an injury. Our objective is to relieve pain and restore function. A revised total joint replacement can be performed when a replaced joint fails and a portion or all parts of the prosthesis are replaced with new ones.

 

Rotator Cuff Surgery

Surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff often involves re-attaching the tendon to the head of humerus. A partial tear, however, may only need a trimming or smoothing procedure called a debridement. A complete tear is repaired by stitching the tendon back to its original site on the humerus.
 
 

Arthritis Care

Arthritis involves various forms of joint pain, inflammation and stiffness and, or degeneration. Care with a NOMS orthopaedic doctor involves an extensive list of surgical options as well as surgical alternatives.

 

Shoulder Instability Treatment

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body, providing the movement necessary for daily life. Unfortunately, this great mobility comes at the expense of stability. Initial treatment for recurrent instability of the shoulder centers on physical therapy. The goal of surgery is to return stability to the shoulder with the least loss of motion.

 

Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Orthopaedic pre- and postoperative physical therapy are the portions of NOMS orthopaedic medicine involving preparing for and recovering from surgery. Our team of experts focus on best patient outcomes and quickest return to a high quality of life.

 

 

Conditions we Treat

AC Joint Separation Arthritis Back & Neck Pain Biceps Tendon Injuries Bursitis Carpal Tunnel Cartilage Injuries Clavicle Fracture Elbow Pain Fibromyalgia Foot Pain Fractures Frozen Shoulder Hip Pain Impingement Knee Pain Labral Tears Nerve Pain Osteoporosis Rheumatoid Arthritis Scoliosis Shoulder Fracture Shoulder Instability Shoulder Pain Soft Tissue Injuries Sports Injuries Sprains & Strains Torn Meniscus
 

Services & Treatments

 

We had an emergency with my 2-year old son. He’d managed to hurt his arm and was in great pain. We were able to be seen right away by Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Pocos. He immediately identified the problem as Nurse Maid’s Elbow and quickly reset his joint. He was communicative, warm and compassionate the entire visit. I can’t recommend him highly enough. 

- Brittany C.