Ligament Injury Treatment from
Experienced Orthopedic Doctors in the Quad Cities
Injured ligaments are common from sports or on the job-related activities. To get you back in the game or back to work, consult with the experts at ORA Orthopedics. Having served generations of patients in Moline, IL, Bettendorf, IA, Davenport, IA as well as communities throughout the Quad Cities since 1963, our practice is the first choice for exceptional, patient-centered ligament injury treatment and orthopedic care.
A ligament is a band of tough, flexible connective tissue that joins together two bones or sections of cartilage. Ligaments are found throughout the body, including in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, and foot. The following are ligament injuries that we commonly diagnose and treat at ORA Orthopedics in the Quad Cities:
- ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tears.
- MCL (medial collateral ligament) tears.
- Ankle sprains.
- Thumb sprains.
- Plantar fasciitis (also known as “jogger’s heel”).
- Dislocated shoulders.
Your best course of ligament injury treatment will depend on the location and the extent of your injury, your symptoms and several other factors. As our patient, your condition will be carefully reviewed by an ORA doctor who will formulate a customized treatment plan to help relieve your pain and get you back to life as quickly and safely as possible. In the event that surgical intervention is necessary, we will carefully outline your surgical options to help you make an informed choice about your care.
Whether you have torn your ACL at the gym or strained your shoulder while playing with the grandkids, trust ORA Orthopedics’ team of doctors, physical therapists, nurses, and other professionals for your ligament injury treatment. Contact ORA in the Quad Cities to schedule an appointment.
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