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Orthopedic Trauma Care

24/7 care for traumatic orthopedic injuries

Our team of orthopedic trauma surgeons is here to help you recover from accidents and injuries.

What is orthopedic trauma?

Orthopedic trauma refers to injuries to the musculoskeletal system, particularly those related to bones, joints and soft tissues, resulting from sudden accidents, falls or other traumatic incidents. These injuries are often severe and can involve fractures, dislocations, and other damage to the skeletal system.

What types of injuries are considered orthopedic trauma?

Orthopedic trauma injuries include:

  • Complex fractures
  • Broken bones
  • Dislocations
  • Amputations
  • Injuries involving one or more muscles or joints

Who treats orthopedic trauma?

At St. Luke’s, our dedicated team of orthopedic trauma surgeons is available 24/7 for emergency surgeries. These fellowship-trained physicians will also provide follow-up care, seeing you in clinic and coordinating any additional care you may need, such as specialty treatments, therapy or consultations with other specialists.

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