Trusted for Sports Medicine Care
Millions of Americans of all ages injure themselves participating in sports. Whether they are skilled competitive athletes, weekend warriors or occasional participants, musculoskeletal sports injuries can stop them in their tracks and keep them on the sidelines.
Our orthopedic specialist team at Granite Orthopaedics is an active group who know sports injuries from firsthand experience as high-school and college athletes. We evaluate and treat all sports injuries, including injuries to the knee, shoulder and ankle. Among the common complaints from our athlete-patients involve the knee joint, shoulder instability or shoulder joint pain.
We do arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, arthroscopic shoulder surgery stabilization for recurrent shoulder instability and dislocations as well as knee arthroscopy for cartilage reconstruction and ligament repair after injuries. We also provide preventative health care.
Did you know we also perform advanced, comprehensive orthopedic surgery? You can trust our highly skilled and credentialed orthopedic surgeon to provide these other orthopedic services to treat shoulder, hand, hip, ankle and foot pain:
Advanced Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Procedures
Our arthroscopic techniques allow for much smaller incisions, less painful recovery and the potential accelerated rehabilitation. Our vast experience has allowed us to formulate a very effective surgical philosophy and integrated rehabilitation protocols with our onsite physical therapy team to help you recover faster with improved outcomes and a faster return to your sport or game.
As our patient, you will benefit from state-of-the-art techniques and procedures, less scarring, faster recovery times and healing and a faster return to sports. Learn more about our leading-edge sports medicine care.
For advanced, complete orthopedic care, come to Granite Orthopaedics. We serve the communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Williamson, Dewey-Humboldt and nearby areas.
Don't spend another moment living with the pain or dysfunction of a musculoskeletal injury or condition.