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 Lakeside Orthopedic Institute is proud to have fellowship-trained, board certified  general orthopedic doctors that are dedicated to serving their community. Our doctors are recognized experts in assessing, diagnosing, and treating patients' bone, joint, and muscle needs.

General orthopedics is an area of medicine focused on the comprehensive and coordinated treatment of a variety of orthopedic conditions and helps patients dealing with a broad range of musculoskeletal problems. Our general orthopedic surgeons help evaluate, treat, and manage patients who are suffering from degenerative diseases such as arthritis. Whether the problem is in the knee, shoulder, hip, or other joints, an orthopedic surgeon can offer orthopedic care that is tailored to the goals of each patient.  Our medical experts have undergone extensive training in the treatment of disorders and injuries that affect a patient’s joints, bones, or soft tissues, such as muscles, ligaments, and tendons.

Our general orthopedic surgeons  perform joint replacement  surgery, reconstructive procedures and other orthopedic treatments, with the goal of restoring a patient’s mobility, function, and quality of life.

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There are a variety of symptoms that can occur that would require a general orthopedic surgeons' care. Pay attention to these symptoms so when you meet with one of our board certified doctors, you can provide them with detailed information regarding your pain.

People with orthopedic problems sometimes report symptoms such as:

  • Chronic pain

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Joint instability

  • Limited range of motion of the shoulder, knee, hip, or another joint

  • Pain that gets worse, not better


to expect with our ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS
After a thorough assessment, which can include on-site imaging (including X-ray and MRI), our doctors will work with you to determine a customized course of treatment to best suite you. Our experts will always consider nonsurgical treatment before recommending surgery, such as medication, physical therapy with one of our certified physical therapists, and in-office regenerative medicine.


Falls cause bone fractures. So do accidents. A bone fracture is a medical condition in which a bone is cracked or broken. Many fractures result from high force impact or stress.

Bone fractures also develop from medical conditions that weaken bones, such as osteoporosis, certain types of cancer or osteogenesis imperfecta.


Our orthopedic experts  diagnose, evaluate, and offer treatment to patients who have broken bones as the result of an accident or traumatic injury.  Every day, they see patients who have broken bones and manage their care—from surgery (if needed) through recovery. Regardless of how the injury occurred, it is critical for the doctor to examine the patient as soon as possible in order to assess the damage to the bones at the fracture site and to ensure the proper healing.


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