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Orthopedist in Macomb, IL

Treatment for Injuries & Abnormalities of the Bones, Joints, and Connective Tissues

Doctors called orthopedists specialize in treating sports injuries, joint reconstruction, cartilage restoration, hip preservation, surgical bone fracture repair, and tumor surgery for bones, among other things. Orthopedists use the least invasive methods to diagnose and treat muscle and skeletal injuries and disorders. The goal of orthopedic treatment is to restore range of movement, reduce pain, and speed up recovery while collaborating closely with other specialists to evaluate and treat you.

Springfield Clinic Brings Orthopedics to Macomb

McDonough District Hospital recently expanded its relationship with Springfield Clinic. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brett Wolters and nurse practitioner Elizabeth Cheney are now seeing patients inside the Springfield Clinic in Macomb primary care practice. Patients in Macomb and the surrounding area needing orthopedic services can schedule an appointment inside the Springfield Clinic Macomb,

What Does an Orthopedic Doctor Treat?

Whether you have a sports injury like an ACL tear or have broken a bone from a fall on black ice, the orthopedist is here to help you.

Orthopedists affiliated with Springfield Clinic and McDonough District Hospital prevent, diagnose, and treat disorders affecting the:

  • Bones
  • Joints
  • Ligaments
  • Tendons
  • Muscles
  • Nerves

Should I See an Orthopedist?

If you are unsure, you can see your primary care provider for an assessment. If the condition you have is outside of their area of knowledge, your provider may refer you to an orthopedist in Macomb. An orthopedist can help you heal as quickly and safely as possible while considering all advanced treatment options available in modern medicine. We also research further advances in orthopedic medicine through various clinical trials in virtually all fields of musculoskeletal diseases.

Contact your primary care provider for a referral to an orthopedist if you have symptoms such as joint pain, sports injuries, and anything that affects your bones and connective tissues. We are here to help.

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