Why live with pain?

Orthopedic issues stemming from ailments of the joints, muscles and tissues, are one of the most common medical issues faced by individuals of all age groups. Caused by a variety of reasons, including injury, illness, or even aging, orthopedic problems can significantly affect a person’s physical ability and strength, causing them to lose their independent and active lifestyle.

At Piedmont Medical Center, we aim to help our patients regain their strength and agility with our orthopedics medical care and surgical services. Our team of skilled orthopedic physicians, surgeons, physical therapists, and nurses provide you quality care so that you can live independently and healthily.

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  • Assess how spine pain impacts your daily activities
  • See what factors may play a role in your spine pain
  • Receive recommendations for follow-up step

Award-winning orthopaedics

Piedmont Medical Center has been designated a Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery by BlueCross BlueShield for our commitment to quality care and the comprehensive spine surgery services we offer. Our team of skilled anesthesiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, nurses and physical therapists has the expertise needed to treat the various conditions that can cause orthopaedic pain. At Piedmont, our goal is to deliver compassionate, personalized care that helps you become pain free.

After your orthopaedic surgery, we will work closely together to determine the next steps in your follow-up treatment based on your needs.


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Health Fact:

90%— Patients who experience dramatic pain reduction following knee replacement

 


Our Facility, Your Family

At Piedmont, we know having your loved ones around is important to your comfort and recovery. That’s why our Orthopaedic Surgery department has 26 spacious patient rooms to accommodate the whole family so they can be around to offer the support you need. If physical therapy treatments are prescribed for your recovery, our skilled and attentive therapists will be available to help restore function to your joints and improve your overall mobility. Comprehensive physical therapy services are located nearby so you have easy access during rehabilitation.

Our Team of Orthopedic Care Specialists

At Piedmont Medical Center, we understand that you cannot trust anyone but an expert when it comes to your health and strength. To help you treat your loved ones or yourself with the best possible orthopedic care, we have a team of experienced orthopedic care specialists. Our board-certified orthopedic consultants and surgeons, skilled anesthesiologists, experienced physical therapists and compassionate nurses make sure that every patient receives comprehensive, integrated, and best-quality orthopedic care.

Our Orthopedic Care Programs and Services

Piedmont Medical Center’s orthopedic care programs and services are designed keeping in mind your unique healthcare needs. We understand that you may feel reluctant undergoing an orthopedic surgery or you may have questions regarding your treatment plan. To help you find answers to your questions and concerns, our team of orthopedic specialists counsel you at every stage of treatment.

Whether you’re seeking rehabilitative care or you’ve been suggested a joint replacement surgery by your healthcare provider, we offer you customized, quality care for all bone-related problems. Our orthopedic services include:

  • General orthopedic care
  • Pain management
  • Orthopedic spine program
  • Joint replacement surgery (hip and knee)
  • Rehabilitative care
  • Physical therapy

If you are looking for an orthopedic surgeon, please use our Find A Physician tool to get connected with a doctor who is conveniently located and right for you.

 


If you know you need a specialist, but aren't sure who to call, our online Find a Physician tool gives you access to nearby physicians so you can pick the one that meets your needs.
More than 80 percent of people have experienced back pain at some point in their lives, which means there’s a good chance you’re one of them. But many don’t seek treatment until the pain becomes too much to bear. Don’t wait. You shouldn’t have to live with back pain, and the earlier you act, the more we can help.
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