You're most likely aware of the most common types of Orthopaedic procedures. We invite you to take a few moments to familiarize yourself (menu above) with just a few of the areas in which we specialize. Please read further for more details.
Did you know that, over 97% of our patients are seen without being referred to surgery? Our doctors and clinicians will always try to find a non-surgical route in getting you back to a healthy lifestyle.
A fracture is a broken bone. A bone may be completely fractured or partially fractured in any number of ways (crosswise, lengthwise, in multiple pieces).
We specialize in both the treatment of and operation on sports related injuries as well as sports injury prevention.
A common ailment, hip replacement is a common procedure for Mitias Ortho.
The knee is a complex joint with many components, making it vulnerable to a variety of injuries. Many knee injuries can be successfully treated without surgery, while others require surgery to correct.
In medicine, a joint injection (intra-articular injection) is a procedure used in the treatment of inflammatory joint conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, tendinitis, bursitis and occasionally osteoarthritis.
Trigger Point Injections
This is a method of relieving pain whereby pain medication or anesthesia is injected into tender muscles called “trigger points.”.
Viscosupplementation for Arthritis
is a procedure that involves the injection of gel-like substances (hyaluronates) into a joint to supplement the viscous properties of synovial fluid.
Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage of the interior of a joint is performed using an arthroscope, a type of endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision.
Tendon repair refers to the surgical repair of damaged or torn tendons, which are cord-like structures made of strong fibrous connective tissue that connect muscles to bones. The shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle joints are the most commonly affected by tendon injuries.
Other Common Treatment Options
Autologous Cartilage Implantation
Carpal and Cubital Tunnel Release
Nerve Conduction Studies
Ultrasound Guided Injections