Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
When your functional activities are limited by pain and discomfort it may be time to see an orthopedic doctor. The pain you are experiencing may be a result from an injury to a bone, muscle, tendon or ligament such as a fracture, sprain, strain, or a tear that needs immediate attention; the wear and tear associated with arthritis; or other medical conditions related to the musculoskeletal system. At UHS Orthopedics, we offer a comprehensive approach to evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation while also emphasizing steps you can take to prevent future injuries.
- Joint Replacement: Hip & Knee
- Hand & Wrist
- Sports Medicine
- Trauma – fracture care
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatry)
When to Seek Immediate Care
- Bone fracture or orthopedic trauma
- Ligament or tendon tears
- Sprains, strains, or pain from an injury – not improving over 48 hours
- Unexplained swelling that is effecting joint mobility
Seek immediate care at one of our UHS Walk-In Centers, located across New York’s Southern Tier, which are open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. UHS Walk-In Centers closely communicate with UHS Orthopedics to streamline access for orthopedic injuries. In many ways, every UHS Walk-In is an "Orthopedic Walk-In".
To make an appointment at UHS Orthopedics call (607) 771-2220.
UHS Orthopedic Center in Binghamton is a 68,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, built to house all our musculoskeletal services, including a 12,000 square-foot physical therapy space and a sports performance gym. This means you will only need to visit one location for orthopedics, chiropractic care, physical therapy and rehabilitation, podiatry, rheumatology, concussion and sports medicine.
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