What is Orthopaedic Trauma?
Orthopedic trauma describes injuries affecting the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments in any part of the body that are caused by trauma. Traumatic orthopedic injuries can range from minor fractures to life-threatening injuries.
The TOA Difference
At TOA, we understand the importance of providing comprehensive, quality care to you as quickly and efficiently as possible, especially in the event of a traumatic orthopedic injury.
TOA provides comprehensive fracture care of the upper extremity (shoulder, humerus, elbow, forearm, wrist, clavicle), lower extremity (hip, femur, knee, tibia, fibula, ankle, foot, calcaneus, and talus), pelvis, and acetabulum as well as complications related to fractures including nonunion, malunion, infection, and osteomyelitis. We see patients that are acutely injured in the emergency department setting, as well as, outpatient referrals.
As a trusted resource for orthopedic trauma care, TOA is equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of fractures:
- Shoulder dislocations
- Proximal humerus
- Humerus Shaft
- Distal Humerus
- Elbow Dislocations & Fractures
- Distal radius
- Hand/Wrist fractures
- Hip Fractures
- Femoral neck
- Distal femur
- Periprosthetic fractures (around total hip or knee prostheses)
- Tibial plateau
- Tibia shaft
- Foot (calcaneus/talus/metatarsals/phalanges)