Orthopedic specialists in Lexington, Missouri

Lafayette Regional Health Center offers comprehensive care and a leading-edge approach to the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and disorders of the bones and joints. Our highly trained orthopedic team works with each patient and their primary care physician to develop customized treatment plans.

For more information about our orthopedic services, call (816) 823-0640.

Orthopedic conditions we treat

Patients often come to our orthopedic doctors when they are experiencing the following conditions:

  • Acute and chronic orthopedic pain
  • Arthritis (joint inflammation)
  • Bursitis (inflammation of the pads that cushion the joints)
  • Cartilage and ligament damage
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Degenerative diseases and disorders
  • Fractures
  • Pinched nerves
  • Pulled muscles
  • Sprains and strains

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Our orthopedic specialties

Our orthopedists offer expert, comprehensive orthopedic care from diagnosis to recovery. We are committed to building strong relationships with each of our patients, educating them about their conditions and involving family members in the treatment and recovery processes. We offer specialized care for a variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries.

Hand and upper extremity care

Our orthopedic specialists are experts in providing hand and upper extremity care. We offer advanced orthopedic treatments for the finger, hand, wrist, arm, elbow, shoulder and collarbone. With our state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and progressive treatments, we help patients get back to performing daily activities quickly and safely.

Foot and ankle care

We provide expert foot and ankle care for conditions that affect the foot, ankle, toes and lower extremities. Our foot and ankle specialists understand that mobility and returning to daily activities are essential to our patients. That's why we can effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions.

Orthopedic surgery

Our orthopedists always suggest the least invasive treatment methods possible. However, to relieve pain and increase range of motion for some conditions, surgery can be the best option. One of the most common and effective surgical procedures we offer is joint replacement surgery.

Joint replacement surgery

We offer joint replacement procedures to help patients with joint injuries and arthritis return to a pain-free life. During joint replacement, an orthopedic surgeon removes parts of a damaged or arthritic joint and replaces those parts with a prosthesis (artificial joint). We perform total and partial knee and hip replacements at our hospitals.

Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery

Our hospital offers minimally invasive hip replacement surgery using the anterior approach. In this procedure, the surgeon accesses the hip joint through an incision on the front of the hip. This approach does not displace muscle tissue, resulting in smaller scars and shorter recovery times than traditional hip replacement surgery.

Physical therapy and rehabilitation

We offer inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, including physical and occupational therapy. Physical therapy and rehabilitation services are often combined with pain management techniques to relieve pain and increase mobility without surgery.

Our physical therapists work with our patients' healthcare teams to provide customized treatments. Together, the physical therapist and patient will set goals for range of motion, balance and other signs of progress. Physical therapy and rehabilitation are also used to help patients recover from orthopedic surgery.

Sports medicine

Leading an active lifestyle is an important part of staying healthy, being fit and reducing stress. Our staff is highly experienced in sports medicine and researches the latest recovery and rehabilitation methods to get patients back on their feet when exercise- and sports-related injuries occur.

Orthopedic care at HCA Midwest Health

Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of your bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.

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