• Femur fractures
• Tibia fractures
• Hip fractures
• Pelvis and acetabular fractures
• Ankle fractures
• Shoulder and elbow fractures
• Periprosthetic (fractures near joint replacements) fractures
Treatment often involves surgical fixation with hardware (plates, screws, rods, and pins) in order to allow patients to mobilize, decrease pain, and heal in the proper alignment. Whenever possible, we use minimally invasive techniques to avoid large wounds and decrease soft tissue damage. We also consider nonoperative treatment, and weigh the risks and benefits of this with the patient to determine the best course of action for them.