Orthopedic Services offered by INTEGRIS Health
INTEGRIS Orthopedics in Oklahoma City provides exceptional, comprehensive care to patients looking to improve their quality of life. We treat all of the conditions associated with orthopedic hospital services including fractures, sprains, arthritis, sports injuries, spine care, bone and joint, and orthopedic surgery.
We address adult and pediatric orthopedic problems at hospital locations in Oklahoma City and Enid, OK, working closely with patients to create custom treatment plans that keep them moving. Whether they're suffering pain from arthritic joints or trauma from sports injuries, we take care of everything from diagnosis to treatment, orthopedic surgery to rehabilitation, aligning care with our INTEGRIS Centers of Excellence in Oklahoma City along the way.
Common orthopedic surgeries and procedures we treat include:
- General orthopedics
- Sports medicine
- Hip dysplasia
- Fracture management
- Pediatric orthopedics
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Ranked High-Performing in Orthopedic Hospital Care
The INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center Orthopedic Center in Oklahoma City was ranked high-performing in U.S. News & World Report Annual Hospital Ranking for 2012.
Your Guide to Orthopedic Conditions and Disorders
Is the head bone connected to the neck bone? Or, is the metatarsal connected to the tarsal? Find out by "boning up" on your basic anatomy.
Your health care provider has a number of tools available to help diagnose and treat your orthopedic problem.
Head and shoulders, knees and toes—your skeleton and its supporting cast of ligaments, tendons, and muscles can face a range of conditions.
Arthritis, which causes pain, inflammation and limited movement of joints, has several different forms.
Osteoporosis thins and weakens bones to the point where they break easily. Chances are you know someone with osteoporosis; it affects millions.
When you break a bone, you may need a cast or crutches to help you heal. Sometimes a break is a sign of a more serious problem.
Even if you're in good shape, an exercise-related injury can strike when you least expect it.
Repeating a particular motion constantly, like using a computer mouse, can cause damage to tendons, muscles, and joints.
Certain orthopedic conditions are present at birth or develop during childhood. Here's a look at some of the more common ones.