Having trouble with an orthopedics medical issue? Such as a sore knee, maybe a sprained wrist or some other kind of joint pain? Then, turn to the orthopedic team at Arbor Health for help. Highly skilled with a vast amount of experience, they provide personalized care when evaluating, diagnosing, and treating orthopedic related concerns so you can get back to enjoying the activities you love.
Orthopedic Services Available
Led by Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon Robert Williams, MD, our ortho team can help you find relief from a variety of different orthopedic conditions. Examples are:
- Acute injuries such as strains or sprains
- Chronic problems such as arthritis or tendonitis
- Hip, knee, ankle, and foot injuries
- Shoulder, elbow, and hand injuries
- Carpal tunnel
The orthopedic services we have available to treat these conditions include:
- Casting and splinting
- Minimally invasive surgical procedures such as carpal tunnel release or trigger finger release
- Advanced surgical procedures such as ACL and meniscus repair, fracture repair, or stabilization for sprains
- Physical therapy plan development
Also Providing Sports Medicine Services
In addition to providing orthopedic services, sports medicine is also available at Arbor Health. Sports medicine focuses on the prevention and treatment of injuries related to both playing sports and exercising.
One of the most common misconceptions about sports medicine is how it only applies to high school, college, or elite level athletes. The thing is, this branch of medicine can help anyone who likes to stay active, including weekend warriors, people who work in physical demanding professions, and everyone in between.
Examples of the sports medicine services we can provide are:
- Sports injury evaluations
- Strength and condition programs
More About Our Orthopedics Team
Not only is Dr. Williams a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon, but he carries a secondary specialty in Orthopedic Sports Medicine. He’s passionate about his work since it results in dramatic reduction in pain and the restoration of function that he can provide for his patients. He practices patient-centered care, where the patients participate in their operative and non-operative care.
Dr. Williams, is supported by a group of dedicated nurses, managers, and staff who do everything they can to provide the best care possible for their patients.