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A Hip & Knee Specialist at ORA Orthopedics Provides
Compassionate Treatment throughout the Quad Cities
Visit a hip and knee specialist at ORA Orthopedics if joint pain is preventing you from enjoying the activities you love. The doctors at our Hip and Knee Center of Excellence provide a full spectrum of diagnostic and treatment services to residents of Bettendorf, IA, Moline, IL, Davenport, IA, and other communities throughout the Quad Cities.
The hips and knees are among the most complex and versatile joints in the body. Because of their intricate anatomy and near-constant use, they are particularly vulnerable to arthritis, cartilage and ligament injuries, inflammation, dislocation and other painful conditions. When you become an ORA Orthopedics patient, a hip and knee specialist who has the training and experience necessary to treat musculoskeletal injuries and diseases will evaluate your joint pain. ORA’s orthopedic doctors will design an individualized treatment plan that considers your unique diagnosis, as well as your health care preferences and lifestyle.
Every ORA hip and knee specialist takes a conservative approach to treatment that focuses on non-surgical treatment options first. We offer the latest advances in non-surgical therapies, including physical therapy to help stretch and strengthen the muscles and ligaments that facilitate the movement of the joints, joint injections to reduce pain and inflammation at the injury site, and medication to provide everyday relief from discomfort. In the event surgery is necessary to fully restore joint function. ORA’s experienced orthopedic surgeons will carefully explain your options and help you make an informed decision. We perform a wide range of surgical treatments from minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures to total joint replacements.
When you visit an ORA hip and knee specialist, you can trust that you will receive the finest service possible at every stage of your care, from diagnosis to recovery. The well-being of our patients is our utmost focus. We encourage you to ask questions about your treatment and share any concerns you may have, because your satisfaction and healthy recovery is our success.
To schedule an appointment with a hip and knee specialist at ORA Orthopedics, the largest and most comprehensive provider of orthopedic care in the Quad Cities, contact us today.
Susan Flansburg, 60, Davenport, IA, is a vibrant, active writer, and grandmother who has suffered the pain of osteoarthritis.
Patients facing hip replacement surgery have questions. Susan was gracious to allow ORA to follow her journey that began with excruciating pain through full recovery after her hip replacement.
Susan Flansburg, 60, Davenport, IA, is a vibrant, active writer, and grandmother who has suffered the pain of osteoarthritis.Patients facing hip replacement surgery have questions. Susan was gracious to allow ORA to follow her journey that began with excruciating pain through full recovery after her hip replacement. Read More
When it comes to putting on the miles, fewer do more than avid cyclist, Tom Hannah, 64, Davenport. His goal this summer, a good 75 miles a week or about 300 miles a month, biking along the scenic trails and byways of eastern Iowa and western Illinois. Thanks to two total knee replacements, he’s back in the saddle with no more pain, swelling, or limping. Read More
Whoever said retirement means slowing down hasn’t met 70-year old Helen Akers of Geneseo. “If I’m not working out at the gym, then I’m on the move, driving to one sporting event after another to cheer on my 10 grandchildren,” she says. “I just love going to their games, so we put a lot of miles in and around the Quad Cities.” Read More
“I like having a goal to achieve, no matter what the obstacles,” declares Charlie Driscoll, 54, Associate Principal at Davenport Central High School. Driscoll, a powerlifter who deadlifted 854 pounds at age 25 and became a world champion at age 50 deadlifting 766 pounds, is certainly no stranger to adversity. Read More
Late fall into early winter, you’ll likely find Rock Island resident, Tim Reagan, 72, in the local woods hunting with his pal, Hank. Whether it’s ducks, pheasants or a friendly game of fetch, Tim prefers enjoying the outdoors with Hank, his purebred Yellow Labrador Retriever, rather than missing the hunting season in sedentary retirement and hip pain. Read More
It’s a race against the clock. Quad Citians over 50 are finding that mid-life is the perfect opportunity to regain their fitness — no matter how you reach the starting line. Just ask marathoner Lori French, 53, Bettendorf, whose arthritic knee pain hasn’t slowed her down, even after 30 marathons. Read More
High achievement is the only way 17-year old Travis Krayenhagen holds himself accountable — whether it’s maintaining an A-average off the field or kicking for the Assumption Knights football team. “I love school and football, and doing my best is the only way I know how to perform,” says Travis. Read More
When Lynn Bohlmann, 60, began dreading the pain of getting in and out of her kayak, she knew the time had come to make a decision. “My knee pain was getting in the way of what I wanted to do,” the 60-year-old Davenport woman says. “I asked myself, What do I want to do with the rest of my life? Keep this pain or do something about it?” Read More