Every year, tens of thousands of people undergo hip replacement surgery. One of the major reasons is the wearing down of the hip joint. This is most often due to the effects of osteoarthritis; however, other health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, bone tumors and avascular necrosis – a condition that causes loss of bone due to insufficient blood supply – can also lead to problems with the hip joint. Keeping your hips in healthy condition can help you avoid this surgery.
Ankle Cartilage Repair and Reconstruction
Your body’s joints need cartilage to be able to move smoothly and absorb shock between your bones. Your ankle joint is no different. Whether you have suffered a traumatic injury that resulted in cartilage damage or you have degenerative cartilage damage due to early arthritis, we can help you at Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians. We give patients the most minimally invasive treatment options that will successfully restore their joint. Our certified orthopedic surgeons are pioneers in the field of sports medicine, including ankle injuries. To this end, Ortho Sport & Spine is equipped to perform the latest cartilage restoration techniques and help patients avoid invasive surgeries or restricted lifestyles.
We treat patients of all activity levels with our advanced reconstructive ankle treatments. Whether you have cartilage loss, ligament damage or a shattered ankle, you can trust our physicians to implement the most appropriate procedure to repair your joint. A successful ankle reconstruction involves the restoration of proper stability and normal function of the joint. Regardless of the severity of your ankle injury or the treatment measures you require, our team of top-ranked Atlanta surgeons will work hard to ensure you achieve full recovery using the latest technology available.
From microfracture to restore minor cartilage loss to a full ankle reconstruction, choose Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians for top quality ankle treatments. We take the time with each patient to make sure they understand their ankle condition as well as the treatment options available to them. From your initial diagnosis until your final rehabilitation is complete, you can expect superior, patient-centered care at our Atlanta sports medicine practice.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn which ankle cartilage repair methods can benefit you most.