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Procedures

Whether you are injured at play, at work, or in the course of normal daily activities, our Danbury Hospital Sports Medicine Program treats all orthopedic injuries. From weekend warriors to accomplished athletes, office workers and anyone else with musculoskeletal pain, our patients benefit from advanced orthopedic procedures, minimally invasive surgery and advanced pain management techniques.

Our sports medicine program is designed to relieve pain from injuries to your upper body, including your hands, wrists, shoulders and elbows, as well as your lower body, including your hips, knees, ankles and feet.

Upper Body Arthroscopic Procedures

For hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder injuries our Danbury Hospital orthopedic team offers conservative, non-surgical treatment and, if that fails, expert arthroscopic surgery.

With arthroscopy, smaller incisions and quicker healing mean more rapid recovery and less scarring. We offer the latest arthroscopic procedures including:

Hand and wrist:

●      Arthritis surgery

●      Carpal tunnel release

●      Fracture repair

●      Tendon repair

Shoulder:

●      Cartilage repair techniques

●      Fracture repair

●      Instability repair

●      Labral repair

●      Rotator cuff repair

●      Spur removal

Elbow:

●      Elbow surgery

●      Tendon repair

●      Tennis elbow surgery

●      Tommy John Ligament Reconstruction

Lower Body Arthroscopic Procedures

For hips, knees, ankles and foot injuries, our Danbury Hospital orthopedic team offers conservative, non-surgical treatment and, if that fails, expert surgical treatment.

We offer the latest arthroscopic procedures, including:

Hip:

●      Hip surgery

●      Labral surgery

●      Tendon repair

Knee:

●      Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery

●      Cartilage repair

●      Meniscal repair

●      Multi-ligament knee reconstruction

●      Patellar instability

●      Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) surgery

Ankle and foot:

●      Ankle arthritis

●      Ankle and subtalar arthroscopy.

●      Ankle replacement surgery

●      Complex foot and ankle reconstructive surgery

●      Repair of foot and ankle trauma

●      Tendon and ligamentous disorders



Advanced Sports Medicine Care