For over two decades, the highly-trained physicians at Metro Orthopedics & Sports Therapy (M.O.S.T) in Potomac, Maryland have been providing expert orthopedic surgeries to help patients like you lead healthy, active, and pain-free lives. The team of physicians have expertise in knee, shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, spine, foot, and ankle surgeries and offer detailed consultations to help you understand your condition and surgical needs. You can make an appointment by calling the practice or scheduling online. “M.O.S.T" serves the communities of Bethesda, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Olney, Washington DC, Chevy Chase, Frederick, Poolesville, McLean, VA, Dulles, VA, and Fairfax, VA.
Orthopedic surgery includes surgical procedures to repair any part of your musculoskeletal system, which includes your bones, muscles, and the ligaments and tendons that connect them and enable movement. These surgeries repair damage from injuries or degenerative conditions, such as arthritis.
Whenever possible, the physicians at Metro Orthopedics & Sports Therapy use minimally-invasive surgical techniques, such as arthroscopy. Minimally-invasive surgeries have several benefits, including:
The physicians at Metro Orthopedics & Sports Therapy offer several kinds of surgeries including:
Orthopedic surgeons correct a range of conditions and diseases, including but not limited to:
Orthopedic surgery may be needed when your condition or injury is severe and unlikely to respond to less-invasive treatments. You may also need surgery if conservative treatments don’t resolve your pain or allow your body to heal.
Your orthopedic surgeon provides exams and consultations for determining the best treatment plan to get you back to an active and pain-free life. The doctor discusses your treatment options with you, including surgery, to help you make the best decision regarding your health and well-being.
Your surgeon provides specific advice and guidance for your post-surgery recovery. In many cases, you need to take time to recover from the surgery, and you might have to wear an immobilizing device like a cast or a brace.
Physical therapy is an important part of recovery. It helps you rebuild strength and flexibility so you can get back to your normal activities and prevent future injuries.
Call or schedule a consultation online today to learn more about your orthopedic surgery options.