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Orthopedic Doctors in Vincennes

Living free from pain may seem impossible if you have problems with mobility or have suffered an injury. Good Samaritan provides orthopedic services as well as personalized care to patients of all ages so you can improve your pain level and quality of life. An orthopedist is a physician who can help prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate patients suffering from injuries and conditions that affect their musculoskeletal system, which primarily includes the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissues.

What Can an Orthopedist Help Me With?

Whether you want pain relief associated with aging joints or you have recently suffered an injury, you can rely on our talented orthopedists to treat a broad range of orthopedic procedures and conditions. Our orthopedists use evidence-based methods and techniques to treat orthopedic problems and prescribe rehabilitative services like physical therapy to manage them. Our patients see us for a variety of problems, from emergency injury treatment or ongoing treatment for chronic conditions like osteoarthritis. Our medical experts are here to help teach you how to protect yourself and avoid future problems that could aggravate your condition.

Symptoms of a potential orthopedic problem may include:

  • Unusual appearance of a joint
  • Joint pain and inflammation
  • Stiffness and limited mobility
  • Muscle spasms
  • Episodes of numbness or tingling
  • Intermittent or constant pain
  • Warmth or redness of an area, which could indicate an infection

Should I See an Orthopedic Specialist?

Many are under the mistaken impression that they just have to live with pain affecting their bones and joints, or that it’s just part of aging that cannot be treated. The good news is that almost any condition affecting your joints, bones, muscles and connective tissues can be treated and even cured. You should seek orthopedic treatment if you have physical challenges that could indicate a musculoskeletal injury. Our orthopedists at Good Samaritan focus on pain relief through conservative treatments like physical therapy and injections. These nonsurgical therapies are used whenever possible before more aggressive therapies, such as surgery, are considered for more serious conditions that don’t respond to other types of treatment. We are here to help.

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