Fractures and Traumatic Injuries
Access to Specialist Orthopedic Care
Covering everything from simple fractures to more serious cases with multiple broken bones, our orthopedic specialists offer top-of-the-range interventions for traumatic injuries.
Access to The Care You Need
Through rapid evaluation and treatment, we are able to effectively and safely address your injury while reducing the potential for long-term complications from the trauma. We have advanced training and experience in treating non-healing fractures, pelvis, and misaligned fractures, as well as other tertiary care.
A Modern Approach to Fractures and Traumatic Injuries
When you have an emergency, you need to know that you’re in the best hands. Traumatic orthopedic injuries, including damage to muscles, bones, joints, and tendons, will need expert orthopedic care.
At Thunder Basic Orthopedic, we cover the full range of injuries from simple isolated fractures to multiple fractures. We specialize in injuries related to:
Ankle and heel fractures, lisfranc (mid-foot) fractures, stress fractures, talus fractures and toe, and forefoot fractures.
Including hip and pelvis fractures.
Fractures of the proximal tibia, thighbone fractures, and shinbone fractures.
Broken arms, and collarbones, elbow and forearm fractures, shoulder blade and radial head fractures and shoulder trauma.
Experts in Trauma and Fracture Care
Get Timely, Effective Intervention
If you have suffered a traumatic injury, it is essential that you receive timely intervention. This will help to minimize complications as well as ensure that the recovery process is faster.
Our team of highly skilled, experienced orthopedic surgeons are board certified, offering specialized trauma and fracture care with state-of-the-art equipment and advanced surgical methods.
If you have pain, swelling or bruising following a traumatic injury, or discolored skin around the area, you may have a broken bone or fracture. Other signs of a traumatic injury include the inability to bear weight or move the affected part of the body.
If you have any of the above symptoms, please contact us for assistance.