When you’re sidelined by an injury or condition, all you want is to regain your mobility. With many of the best orthopedists and sports medicine specialists across Ohio and Kentucky, as well as highly skilled therapists and trainers, Mercy Health provides expert orthopedic care for bones, muscles, tendons and joints. From advanced surgical and nonsurgical treatments to superb orthopedic rehabilitation and therapy programs, our orthopedists and sports medicine specialists will get you back to your active life. Learn why the best orthopedists practice at Mercy Health.
Orthopedics is a medical specialty dealing with disorders of the bones and muscles. Whether you are suffering from a sports-related injury or a bone trauma, our dedicated orthopedics specialists offer compassionate care to help guide you through the process of getting well. We offer a full suite of surgical and non-surgical procedures using cutting-edge technology, and customized therapy and rehabilitation plans tailored to your specific needs. Our rehabilitation specialists provide a full range of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to help restore function and maximize recovery.
You can trust your bone, muscle, tendon and joint care to our world-class, experienced orthopedics and sports medicine physicians.
Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Services We Offer
- Head, neck and spine care
- Shoulder and upper arm care
- Hand, wrist and elbow care
- Hip care
- Knee and leg care
- Foot and ankle care
- Joint replacement surgery
- Sports medicine services
- Rehabilitation and physical therapy
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