Surgical Institute of Michigan brings together outstanding clinicians from an array of specialties. Our surgeons have been trained at some of the nation’s leading schools and hospitals.
The Orthopedic Department at the Surgical Institute of Michigan helps patients with musculoskeletal issues get their lives back. We offer a wide range of orthopedic surgical and non-surgical procedures to alleviate the pain, limited mobility, and suffering caused from injury, trauma, degenerative diseases, and congenital disorders.
The Surgical Institute of Michigan gives our local community access to affordable, highly-advanced orthopedic procedures. Our skilled surgeons are trained in the latest methods and utilize cutting-edge technology to optimize outcomes and patient satisfaction.
What’s more, the Surgical Institute of Michigan’s model of care was designed to minimize patients’ wait time and provide compassionate care before, during, and after the orthopedic procedure. In addition to working with adults of all ages, the Surgical Institute of Michigan is also equipped to provide orthopedic care to pediatric patients.
Common Orthopedic Procedures
As people age, many begin to suffer from joint pain. This pain limits their ability to work, play, and enjoy life. The Surgical Institute of Michigan offers total joint replacement surgery. Patients can expect the highest level of care and safety at the Surgical Institute of Michigan. While our surgeons have performed numerous total joint replacement surgeries, each patient receives individualized care to ensure their specific needs are met. Typically, just 24 hours after surgery, patients have less joint pain than they were experiencing before the procedure.
Sport and repetitive Injuries are a leading cause of musculoskeletal issues. People of all ages are vulnerable to these joint and extremity problems. From Endoscopic Carpel Tunnel Repairs to Bicep Tendon Repairs, the physicians at the Surgical Institute of Michigan are trained to perform both surgical and arthroscopic repair procedures for both adults and children.
The shoulders take on a lot of wear and tear. Pain and limited range of motion are typically the reason patients seek help at the Surgical Institute of Michigan. Our surgeons have experience repairing damaged shoulder joints and tissue through procedures such as Shoulder Arthroscopy, Rotator Cuff Repair, Shoulder Labrum Anterior Posterior Repair, and Shoulder Arthroscopy.
The Surgical Institute of Michigan’s orthopedic surgeons help patients suffering from a variety of elbow, wrist, hand, shoulder, hip, knee, foot and ankle problems. Our mission is to deliver the highest level of care and patient satisfaction. Below is a partial list of orthopedic procedures performed at the Surgical Institute of Michigan.
- Total knee arthroplasty
- Total thumb arthroplasty
- Shoulder arthroscopy
- Rotator cuff repair
- Shoulder Labrum
- Anterior Posterior repair
- Knee arthroscopy
- Endoscopic carpel tunnel repair
- Anterior cruciate ligament repair
- Open reduction internal fixation; ankle, wrist, humerus, clavicle
- Bunionectomy Ganglion cyst removal
- Trigger Finger release
- Dupeytrons contracture release
- Biceps tendon repair
- Mallet finger repair
- Hip arthroscopy
- Closed reduction percutaneous pinning
- Achilles tendon repair
- Olecranon bursa excision
- Knee and Shoulder manipulation Fractures