Knee, Hip, & Shoulder Arthroscopy
With multiple highly trained and specialized surgeons on our staff, your knee, hip and shoulder discomfort or injury can become a thing of the past. To request an appointment, click here.
The board-certified knee doctors, as well as hip and shoulder specialists at TOSM, can help with degenerative conditions of these areas, including joint replacement surgery, sports-related conditions, arthroscopy, orthopedic trauma and more. Our orthopedic doctors commonly treat hip fractures, perform total joint replacements, ease arthritic pain, and assist patients with various other needs. The TOSM knee doctors are familiar with the latest techniques in minimally invasive knee replacements and can have you back on your feet in no time. Treatment may involve both operative and non-operative procedures. The sports medicine doctors of TOSM are focused on providing you the best treatment possible and will not schedule surgery unless it’s necessary.
“I had hip surgery prior to finding TOSM that didn’t go so well. The TOSM team is absolutely outstanding at the office and everybody caters to you, making you feel like the most important person. They are centered on getting you better and make you feel like part of the family. Dr. Mathis is very caring and has a personality about him that is extremely approachable. I have healed quicker than ever.” ~ Carmen Ortiz, TOSM patient
What Causes Knee, Hip, & Shoulder Pain?
- Arthritis (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis)
- Sports-related injuries (strains, sprains, dislocations, fractures)
- Repetitive motion disorders (bursitis, tendonitis, rotator cuff tears)
To prevent injury, the orthopedic doctors at TOSM recommend introducing more active exercises to strengthen the muscles around your hips, knees and shoulders. Eating a healthy diet with enough vitamin D and calcium maintains strong bones. If you have suffered an injury, contact TOSM today and schedule an appointment to see our board-certified knee doctors, hip doctors, or shoulder doctors. The potential for devastating injuries increases greatly when medical attention is delayed.