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If you’re finding it difficult to move parts of your body, orthopedic surgery might be right for you. Not only does it help alleviate bone and joint pain, but you’ll also see reduced effects of chronic ailments like arthritis. Want to move to your heart’s content without pain? One of the highly-skilled orthopedic surgeons offering treatments at Avalon Surgery Center can help you. We focus on the patient experience to provide a comfortable procedure and outstanding outcome.
Issues you have with your bones, joints, and related soft tissues like ligaments and muscles can be treated with orthopedic surgery. From fracture repair to torn ligaments, orthopedic surgeons specialize in treating the causes of musculoskeletal pain. Wherever you are experiencing pain or mobility problems, a skilled orthopedic surgeon can provide treatment that helps you move more freely through your days.
Goodbye Creaky Joints
Orthopedic surgery allows you to move your joints and muscles easily with no pain. For instance, surgeries like microdiscectomy can relieve you of prohibitive sciatic pain. At Avalon Surgery Center, we facilitate state-of-the-art surgical techniques, including minimally-invasive methods that require less time under anesthesia and a shorter recovery period. Our highly-qualified orthopedists offer surgical solutions that can correct the causes of your pain and allow you to engage more fully in your life.
Live Free From Pain
If you are living with joint pain, back pain, or other prohibitive conditions affecting your muscles, bones, or ligaments, orthopedic surgery can restore comfort and healthy function to your body. Individuals with chronic health conditions like diabetes or heart disease should consult their surgeon or primary care physician to determine if orthopedic surgery can be safely performed.
Orthopedic surgeries can include both diagnostic and corrective procedures. When possible, minimally invasive technologies and techniques are used to promote your safety and comfort. You will be provided with detailed information about your procedure ahead of time to help you prepare. General or local anesthesia will be administered to keep you relaxed and comfortable while your surgeon is treating you.
Get Back to a Stronger You
Immediately after surgery, you will rest for a short time in our comfortable recovery area, where you will be carefully monitored until you are ready to return home. Plan on having a friend or family member drive you home following any procedure that requires general anesthesia. You might notice some lingering pain in the surgical site right after your procedure. Your doctor may prescribe pain medication to take during early recovery or recommend over-the-counter options. Full recovery may take several weeks, but depending on your surgery, you may be able to return to light activity much sooner. Follow all your aftercare instructions carefully, and always contact your us with any questions or concerns.
The benefits of orthopedic surgery can last many years or even be permanent. Prosthetic implants such as artificial hips or joints may need replacement when they reach the end of their lifespan but can last between 10 and 20 years. By restoring mobility, orthopedic surgery may enable you to be more active and improve your overall health.
Your Time Is Now
You don’t need to live in pain. If discomfort in your joints or muscles is slowing you down, we can help. At Avalon Surgery Center, we provide personalized care to get you back on your feet again. Our highly-skilled surgical staff is committed to alleviating your pain and improving your mobility and quality of life.
Anesthesia will be administered to prevent any pain during your procedure. Your surgeon may prescribe pain medication to help with discomfort during recovery.
Common risks associated with orthopedic surgery include wound infection, bleeding, and nerve injury.
Most health insurances cover orthopedic surgeries.
Right after your surgery, you may notice signs of swelling and bruising. You will likely experience some pain as you recover, but the doctors at Avalon Surgery Center will help manage it effectively with medication.
If a prosthetic device inserted during surgery gets worn out or damaged, another surgery is performed to replace it. This is often called revision surgery.
Yes. You should refrain from driving or operating heavy machinery for at least 48 hours after receiving general anesthesia.
At Avalon, you can concentrate on getting ready for surgery and recovery and let us handle the rest. Our staff can help your patients at each stage of your surgery journey and give you the best chance to achieve positive surgical outcomes. Partnering with Avalon Surgery Center gives you the best chance for surgical success by putting patients first.
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