Bones

At Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS), we offer an extensive variety of treatment approaches including surgical and non-surgical treatments to your orthopaedic injuries and conditions. Our providers are committed to a conservative and non-operative treatment approach first, as they recognize that many injuries and conditions do not require surgery. Nonetheless, non-operative approaches are not always successful or sometimes even indicated.

Why Choose ARHS for your Orthopaedic Surgery?

We take pride in striving to provide you with a fully integrated approach that addresses your needs, with compassionate and individualized care. For a highlight of surgical interventions, please see the orthopaedic procedures list below. You may also view the Orthopaedic providers here.


Orthopaedic Procedures List

 

General Orthopedics & Fracture Care (all lower and upper extremity)

Cartilage Restoration and Preservation (Adults and Pediatrics)

Exertional Compartment Syndrome

Orthopedic Trauma Surgery

Pediatric Sports Medicine Surgery

Sports Medicine Surgery

Tendon Repair & Surgery

 

Ankle Surgeries 

Arthroscopy

ORIF

 Tendon repair (Achilles' tendon)    

Wrist Surgeries

Arthroscopy

Arthrotomy

Carpal Tunnel Release (Arthroscopy & Endoscopy)

Fracture ORIF

Ligament repair and reconstruction

Hip Surgeries

Arthroplasty (Joint replacements)

Arthroscopic Abductor/Gluteal Tear Repairs

Arthroscopy  

Fracture pinning and rodding

Labrum repair

ORIF

Revision Surgery for Hips & Knees

Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Spine Surgeries

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF)

Lumbar decompression

Lumbar fusion with cage

Lumbar laminectomies

Lumbar microdiscectomy

Minimally invasive options

Sacro-iliac fusion (minimally invasive)

 

 

 

 

Elbow Surgeries

Arthroscopy

Arthroplasty

Arthrotomy

Bicep tendon repair

Cubital tunnel release

Elbow Ligament Reconstruction

Excisions

Ligament and tendon repairs

ORIF

Nerve decompression

Nerve transposition

Pinning

Tennis elbow and Golfers elbow    

Knee Surgeries

ACL, PCL, MCL repair and reconstruction

Arthroplasty (Joint replacement: full, uni-compartmental, and customized

Arthroscopic Meniscus Surgery

Arthroscopy

Arthrotomy

Chondroplasty

Complex Knee Ligament and Tendon Reconstructions

Fracture repair

Medial patellofemoral ligament repair

Meniscetomy

ORIF

Partial Knee Replacements (Robotic Assisted)

Patellar Instability Surgery

Removal of loose body

Revision Surgery for Hips & Knees

Synovectomy

Tendon rupture repairs

Total & Partial Knee Replacement Surgery

 

Shoulder Surgeries

Acromioplasty

Arthroplasty (Joint replacement)  

Arthroscopic Shoulder Rotator Cuff Surgery

Arthroscopy

Bursectomy

Bankart, SLAP repairs

Claviculectomy

Decompressions

Labrum repair

ORIF

Removal of loose body

Revision Surgery for Shoulder

Shoulder Instability Surgery

Shoulder manipulation

Shoulder Replacement/Reconstruction

Foot and Toe Surgeries

Ankle/Foot Fracture Surgery

Bone spur removal

Bunion correction/repair

Fusion

Hammer toe

Ligament repair and reconstruction

ORIF

Osteotomy

Pinning

Tendon releases (trigger finger) transfers and repairs, tendon sheath reconstruction

 

Hand and Finger Surgeries

Arthroplasty

Complex laceration repair

Contracture release (Dupuytren's)

Digital nerve repair

Excision

External fixators

Fasciectomy

Fasciotomy

Fracture closed reductions

Fracture open reductions

Hand Arthritis Surgery

Hand/Wrist Fracture Surgery

Ligament, nerve tendon repair

Scar contracture release (Burns and post traumatic conditions)

Tenosynovectomy

Tendon releases (trigger finger) transfers and repairs, tendon sheath reconstruction

Wrist Surgery (Scaphoid/Radius)

 

Why Choose ARHS for your Non-surgical Treatment Approach?

Depending on your needs, your non-operative treatment approach might include injections, rehabilitation (Physical, Occupational, Speech Therapy) or a combination of both. The Rehabilitation Center at ARHS offers a comprehensive array of services from highly trained orthopaedic physical therapists whose patients' functional outcomes rank in the top 5% in the nation. For more information on joint specific outcomes at The Rehabilitation Center click here.