Paris Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Services
conditions–-including arthritis, fractures, strains, and sprains–-are evaluated and treated using either surgical or non-surgical methods. (Print a brochure)
Primary orthopedic services:
- Arthroscopy–a minimally invasive surgery that uses a miniature camera to examine or repair the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, or ankle.
- Shoulder rotator cuff repair–performed arthroscopically.
- Joint replacement–available for shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees.
- “Anterior approach” for hip replacement–results in less pain, a shorter recovery time, and improved result for the patient.
- Advanced knee reconstruction–includes cartilage grafting, and ligament repairs.
- Foot surgery–includes bunions, hammer toes, arthritis, and torn tendons.
- Fracture care–surgical and non-surgical.
- Carpal tunnel release
- Cubital tunnel release
- Cyst removal
- Ganglion cyst
- Baker's cyst of the knees
Other orthopedic services:
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||Learn about arthritis
||The five tools for arthritis management
||Learn about joint replacement
- 24/7 orthopedic coverage for the PCH Emergency Department.
- Coordinated care with your primary care physician.
Hours & Scheduling
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
- Appointments: 217-465-2606, Ext. 714
Physicians & Staff
About Orthopedics at Paris Community Hospital
Orthopedics is the medical specialty that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of problems and injuries of the bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. It also includes the surgical and non-surgical treatment of arthritis.
Your Orthopedic Appointment
At your orthopedic appointment, you will be thoroughly and professionally evaluated by an orthopedic specialist. A treatment plan is agreed upon between you and the doctor. The orthopedic specialist works closely with your physical therapist when physical therapy is needed.
While some conditions may require surgery, the goal is to avoid surgery whenever possible.
A healthcare provider’s referral is accepted, but is not necessary to see our orthopedic specialist.