In the general population, knee pain is a very common problem. You or someone you know may suffer from knee pain or other knee-related conditions, potentially from an injury, a sports strain or arthritis. The knee is one of the most extensively used joints in the body, and supports more weight than most other joints – factors that can also play a role in the prevalence of pain and problems with the knee. Whatever your concern, the team of physicians at All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute can help.
Among the most common knee problems are meniscus tears, ligament tears and arthritis. Each of these conditions is different, and may present differently in each individual. Our doctors are experienced with each of these knee issues and can offer a comprehensive approach to assessing your condition, identifying the root cause of pain or lessened mobility, and offer surgical and/or non-surgical options to remediate your issue, alleviate pain and restore your range of motion.
Our board-certified and board-eligible physicians include experts in rehabilitation medicine, sports medicine and joint replacement. From physical therapy to arthroscopy and joint replacement we are here to help you get back on your feet.
Learn more about the full range of conditions and injuries that affect the knee on the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons’ website or schedule a consultation today.
The shoulder is hands down the most flexible joint in your body. It is capable of an incredible range of motion. As a ball-and-socket-type of joint, it has much of the same flexibility as the hip joint, but is also used more in daily activities and athletics, leading to its higher incidence of injuries and issues.
Shoulder injuries are one of the leading reasons patients come to All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute. Whether professional athletes, weekend warriors or unlucky individuals, we see a number of injuries and issues at each of our locations. Among the most common shoulder problems are arthritis, fracture, rotator cuff tear, dislocation and bursitis.
No matter the problem you’re having with your shoulder, our board-certified physicians are experts in both surgical and non-surgical methods of treatment to help your shoulder pain. We will take scans and perform tests to fully understand the causes of immobility or pain and work with you and other members of your care team to develop a comprehensive approach to restoring mobility and relieving pain while working to strengthen and stabilize your shoulder for a lifetime of regular use.
Find out more about some of the most prevalent shoulder issues at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons’ website or schedule an appointment with All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute today.
Back and neck ailments are two of the most common causes of disability in our population today. The spine is a complex structure, and there are a number of injuries or age-related concerns that can cause pain or loss of motion. Problems can range from simple strains to complex deformities, fractures and nerve compression.
At All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute, our team of spinal experts includes a full team of doctors who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, as well as surgery of the spine. Working with both adolescents and adults, our physicians are trained in the most advanced non-operative and operative treatments available.
When you work with our team, your doctor will review X-rays and other scans and get a complete picture of your individual issue and the cause of pain or problems. This will lead to the creation of a comprehensive treatment plan that is appropriate for your specific needs, with the end goal of relieving your pain and restoring both your range of motion and quality of life.
Learn more about some of the many different spinal injuries, back issues and neck pain causes by visiting the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ website or call All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute to schedule a consultation with one of our doctors today.
Foot & Ankle Pain
Foot and ankle injuries are among the more common orthopedic injuries we treat. Injuries to the foot or ankle can happen anywhere – at work, at home or on the field. Whether it’s a broken foot, an ankle sprain or a need for braces or orthotics, we assess and properly treat all foot and ankle injuries – getting patients on their feet and back to living an active lifestyle.
Rolled ankles, ankle fractures and other stresses can cause a lot of pain and a lot of problems. The same is true of foot injuries, which may impact the muscles or the delicate bones that give your foot structure and stability. No matter your injury or issue – and no matter how it occurred – the physicians at All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute are ready to help using the latest diagnostic tools to make the correct diagnosis. Plus, through our affiliation with the University at Buffalo, we can offer patients the most recent information on the best standards and practices in caring for foot pains and ankle injuries.
Find out more about foot and ankle injuries on the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons’ website, or schedule your consultation with All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute today.
About a quarter of the motor cortex in the human brain – the part of the brain which controls all movement in the body – is devoted to the muscles of the hands. It’s one of the most complex parts of the body, and also one of the most common places for injuries and issues.
The board-certified physicians at All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute specialize in the complicated arrangement of bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons that make up the structures of the hand. Our doctors’ hand and upper extremity expertise is in nerve compression, overuse, repetitive injuries, sports injuries and arthritis of the upper extremity.
Our physicians perform a wide range of surgical procedures to address injuries or other conditions that affect the hand or other upper extremities, including surgeries for:
Minimally invasive surgeries, including endoscopic carpal tunnel release and wrist surgery.
For more information on diseases and conditions that affect the hand and wrist, visit the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons’ website or schedule your appointment at All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute today.
While injuries and issues of the hip are generally thought of as a thing that occurs with age, the truth is that hip pain and mobility concerns can occur at any age.
The hip is a ball-and-socket joint, and painful issues or injuries can occur in athletes and adults at any age. Whether dealing with an athletic injury, like a labral tear, or hip arthritis, our expert hip specialists will create an appropriate treatment plan for your specific condition.
At All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute, our physicians have access to the latest diagnostic tools and most up-to-date training and information on the treatment of hip pain, injuries and other issues. When you have an appointment with our team, you’ll speak with experts in hip injuries and issues who can take a comprehensive review of your individual condition and provide a course of treatment – including surgical and non-surgical options – that is specifically tailored to your unique needs.
Learn more about the full range of conditions and diseases that can affect the hip by visiting the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons’ website or make an appointment with the team at All American Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute today.