Quality, Experienced Orthopaedic Surgeons
From bone fractures to treatment for life-threatening injuries with multiple broken bones, the specialists and surgeons at North Point Orthopaedics will help ensure proper healing and recovery.
At North Point Orthopaedics, our surgeons have experience working in Level 1 trauma centers as part of their orthopaedic residency education programs. They offer vast knowledge and experience in treating complex wounds and fractures, including injuries related to car and motorcycle accidents, gunshot wounds, work-related injuries and more. Whether you require emergency surgery or a procedure to properly heal a fracture, this experience means you will receive the best care to help you recover maximum functionality of the injured area.
North Point Orthopaedic surgeons are available for emergency calls at multiple hospitals in northwest Indiana, including in Lake and Porter counties.
What is Orthopaedic Trauma?
Orthopaedic trauma injuries affect the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments anywhere in the body. These injuries can be extremely dangerous, and sometimes even life-threatening or altering, making it vital to visit an experienced surgeon for treatment. Orthopaedic trauma surgeons don’t focus on one specific area of the body, allowing them to treat bone fractures, realign joints or repair damaged tissues to restore functionality anywhere on the patient. These physicians will also be called in to help patients with multiple broken bones, or for fractures in difficult areas near joints, such as the hip, knee, or shoulder.
Along with emergency services and surgical procedures, our surgeons help patients recover from:
- Upper and Lower Extremity Fractures
- Hip Fractures
- Fractures of the Foot and Ankle
- Joint Dislocations
- Treatment of Fracture Non-Union and Mal-Union
- Treatment of Infected Fractures and Osteomyelitis
Our team is also able to provide patients with cast applications, braces, and orthotics to further promote healing after surgery or injury.
For questions regarding our Orthopaedics Trauma services, call our office to schedule an appointment at 219-836-1060.