Orthopedic Sports Surgery in North Dakota
At The Bone & Joint Center, we consider it an honor to be trusted with the orthopedic care of so many talented professional and amateur athletes. We’re privileged to treat active individuals, sports enthusiasts, and weekend warriors of all ages and abilities.
Our care philosophy is centered around determining the best treatment choice for each individual patient on a case-by-case basis. To do this, we carefully listen to you and rely upon a thorough examination and diagnostic studies so that there is as much information as possible for the most informed treatment plan.
When surgery is necessary, we utilize the latest orthopedic sports surgery techniques to facilitate a quick recovery with excellent outcomes. Our team approach to patient care includes surgeons, therapists, nurses, and other staff to help you get back to your desired activities as quickly as possible.
Sports Injuries We Treat
The skilled orthopedic care providers at The Bone & Joint Center are experienced in diagnosing and treating many sports injuries, including:
- ACL tears
- Achilles tendon rupture
- Ankle sprain and instability
- Cartilage tears
- Frozen shoulder
- Golfer’s elbow
- Hamstring muscle injuries
- Iliotibial band syndrome
- Meniscal tears
- Overuse injuries
- Patellar tendon tear
- Pitcher’s elbow
- Rotator cuff tear
- Shin splints
- Shoulder impingement
- Shoulder instability / dislocation
- Sprains and strains
- Tennis elbow
Injury Prevention & Performance Training
We now offer Sportsmetrics™, a scientifically proven injury prevention and performance training program for men and women over the age of 12. Its neuromuscular retraining exercises are focused on strengthening and conditioning the body to reduce your risk of injury and give your athletic performance a boost.
In addition to reducing your risk of injury or re-injury, Sportsmetrics can help athletes of all skill levels improve their:
- Vertical jump height
- Lower extremity strength and power
- Balance in the lower extremity
- Jumping and landing mechanics
- Overall sports performance
Sportsmetrics is one of the largest programs of its kind and has been shown to decrease knee ligament injuries (such as ACL tears) in female athletes, although all athletes – men and women alike – can benefit from this proprietary training.
For more information about sports injuries and treatment at The Bone & Joint Center, call us at (701) 946-7400 / (866) 900-8650 or visit our appointment request page to learn how to request an appointment with one of our providers.