Sports Medicine that's kept professional athletes at the top of their game
Our practice includes two renowned sports medicine specialists who are highly skilled at diagnosing, treating and rehabilitating sports-related injuries. One of our orthopaedists has served as a physician for several Philadelphia sports teams, including the Eagles, Phillies and Flyers. As the number of sports enthusiasts increases at all levels and ages, more people are experiencing painful injuries to ligaments, tendons and muscles.
At Shore Orthopaedic Group, we offer up-to-the-minute technology and techniques to help evaluate sports injuries. While we strive to utilize the least invasive method of treatment possible to assess and repair the injury, our sports medicine specialists perform hundreds of surgical procedures each year, mostly on an outpatient basis. These include anthroscopic surgery to treat joint-related problems, knee and shoulder reconstruction, foot and ankle surgical procedures and fracture surgery.
Special expertise in total joint replacement
Maybe you've lived for years with the pain and disability caused by severe arthritis, which is joint inflammation. Over 37 million Americans have some form of arthritis, and it's the most frequent reason for performing a hip or knee replacement. Or you may have experienced a traumatic hip or knee injury.
Today, technological and surgical advances in joint replacement have made it possible to free our patients from a lifetime of joint pain, stiffness and immobility. Our orthopedic specialists perform hundreds of total joint replacements each year. With our extensive experience and state-of-the-art equipment, we offer the latest technological advances in total joint replacement so that you can be assured of the best possible outcome.
Motor Vehicle and Worker's Compensation
Shore Orthopaedic Group has vast experience guiding our patients through the processes involved to file for motor vehicle and worker's compensation claims. Our doctors and staff will work directly with you to ensure you get the best care, and to help you get back to optimum health in as little time as possible.
Personalized treatment for spinal disorders
Back and neck pain are liabilities that not only cause physical impairment, but also contribute to serious financial and emotional problems that can deeply affect your quality of life. Because individuals recover from this type of pain in different ways, precise diagnosis is critical to evaluating spinal problems and determining the most effective treatment.
With this in mind, we perform extensive testing to assess and treat a broad range of spinal disorders, including disc herniation, spinal stenosis, scoliosis and spinal instability. If surgery is required to treat a back problem, you'll benefit from the highest level of expertise provided by our board-certified, fellowship trained specialist in Spinal Disorders.
Using technique and technology to get to the bottom of foot and ankle problems
Our orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist puts his special expertise to work to help alleviate acute and traumatic foot and ankle problems. We use advanced techniques such as vascular imaging and computerized gait analysis to help diagnose and treat fractures and sprains, forefoot deformities, skin and nail problems, as well as conditions that are congenital or develop from overuse or misuse, including hammertoes, bunions and heel pain. We also utilize the latest treatment methods for foot ulcers in diabetics.
At Shore Orthopaedic Group, our goal is to help you to regain the pain-free, active lifestyle you've always enjoyed. To ensure that we are always able to provide you with the most advanced technology and treatment options, our orthopaedic specialists regularly update their treatment and diagnostic skills with continual involvement in research and education.
Physical therapy is often essential to a patient's recovery from an injury or disability. The specialists Shore Orthopaedic Group utilize an interdisciplinary approach in the treatment of many orthopaedic problems, ensuring that patients who take part in physical therapy are closely monitored by their therapist in conjunction with our physicians.