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Helping you recover from injuries resulting from falls, accidents, or other causes.


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Trust the orthopedic trauma experts.

At St. Luke’s, we know that living life to the fullest requires healthy bones and joints. Our team of dedicated specialists combines years of experience and cutting-edge treatments, helping you regain strength, movement, and flexibility. So let us guide your recovery and improve bone, muscle, tendon, and ligament health.


Orthopedic trauma involves serious damage to the musculoskeletal system—often caused by falls, accidents, or injuries during sports. Our five fellowship-trained orthopedic trauma surgeons treat both acute and chronic injuries and perform reconstruction procedures for posttraumatic conditions, including those addressing bones that don’t heal, heal crooked, or are too short. From geriatric fractures to osteoporosis prevention and treatment, we’ll work together to reduce your pain and get you back to your regular activities.

Injuries we treat

Incidents like falls and vehicle collisions can lead to orthopedic trauma, especially fractures and related soft tissue injuries. Conditions such as sports injuries, complex fractures, and joint damage often result in pain or restricted movement, making it essential to seek medical attention. We specialize in treating these traumatic injuries, ensuring a comprehensive approach to your recovery.


As a teaching hospital, we lead the region in advanced orthopedic care. That means you’ll have access to the latest non-surgical programs, including specialized physical therapy and personalized rehabilitation. When surgery is needed, our expert orthopedic trauma surgeons are skilled in manipulating and stabilizing broken bones, as well as treating the associated soft tissue injuries, all using cutting-edge procedures.

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Your recovery starts here.

If you’ve sustained a traumatic injury to the bone or joint, let us help. Connect with a St. Luke’s orthopedic trauma specialist and start your path to recovery.