Orthopedic surgeons in Wichita
When you experience joint pain or sustain an orthopedic injury, trust the orthopedic surgeons at Wesley Healthcare. Our orthopedic specialists use minimally invasive techniques to help alleviate pain and restore your quality of life.
For more information about our orthopedics program, please call (316) 962-3627.
Orthopedic conditions we treat
Orthopedic injuries involve the body’s musculoskeletal system—the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons and nerves. Our orthopedic specialists treat a wide range of orthopedic injuries and conditions, such as:
- Ankle sprain
- ACL injury
- Broken bone and fractures
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Complex or rare musculoskeletal disorders or diseases
- Hip pain
- Knee pain
- Joint pain
- Meniscus tear
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff tear
- Shoulder and knee dislocation
- Shoulder pain
- Spinal pain and injuries
- Sports injuries
- Stress fracture
- Tennis elbow
- Torn ligament
Advanced spine surgery
Wesley Healthcare offers the most advanced spine imaging technology—the 2D/3D intraoperative surgical imaging system.
This technology provides your surgeon with real-time, 3D images during spine surgery, which means your surgeon can check hardware placement before finishing the operation, which reduces the need for follow-up procedures.
Wesley offers an Accredited Joint Replacement Program for both knee and hip replacement surgeries. From preoperative education to postoperative rehabilitation, our team is with you throughout your journey to ensure positive surgical outcomes and healthy recovery.
Physical therapy and rehabilitation
Your orthopedic specialist at Wesley Healthcare may order physical therapy and/or occupational therapy as a nonsurgical treatment or as a rehabilitation technique after surgery. Our certified therapists will work with you and your referring doctor to create a personalized regimen for a successful recovery.
As you age, you become more susceptible to joint and bone injuries. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, roughly 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone mass, which can increase your risk for osteoporosis. An estimated one in two women—and up to one in four men—50 years old and older will break a bone due to osteoporosis.
Doctors at Wesley Healthcare work with each patient to help alleviate joint pain, improve joint health and prevent osteoporosis. Early intervention is key to keeping your joints healthy and maintaining an active, long-term lifestyle.
Pediatric orthopedic care
If your child needs orthopedic care, you can rest assured he or she will receive personalized, child-friendly care at Wesley Children's Hospital. We will keep you informed and educate you on your child’s condition and treatment options, so you can make informed decisions about your child’s care.
Emergency orthopedic care
With some orthopedic injuries, waiting any amount of time before seeking medical attention may worsen the injury. Go to your closest emergency room if you have any of the following symptoms:
- A broken bone protruding from the skin or at a severe angle
- A deep laceration (cut)
- A feeling of lightheadedness with an injury
- A spinal injury (Find out when to go to the ER for back pain)
- Excessive bleeding from an injury
- Head trauma
- Instability or inability to put weight on a leg
- Severe pain in a bone, muscle or joint
The Wesley Emergency Care Network offers four emergency rooms throughout the Greater Wichita area. Our ER doctors and staff work closely with our world-class orthopedic surgeons to provide you with the best orthopedic care.
Please call 911 in the case of a medical emergency or if you are unable to make it to the emergency room.