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Orthopedic Surgery

If you or your child need musculoskeletal surgery, turn to Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital to get care from some of the nation’s top orthopedic surgeons and specialists. Stay close to home while benefiting from doctors who have collectively performed more orthopedic surgeries than physicians at any other health facility in Wisconsin.

Our skilled surgeons teach doctors around the country how to perform several advanced procedures, which means you can trust us to help you get back to the life you love.

Surgeons Treat You With Respect

Your surgeon at Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital will treat you and your loved ones as friends. When you ask questions, you’ll get complete, understandable answers - delivered with respect and compassion. You’ll receive tailored treatment from a doctor who thoroughly knows your medical history, concerns and goals. We partner with you throughout your journey to recovery and help you feel encouraged, comfortable and supported.

Your Surgical Options

No matter what surgical procedure you need, choose Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital for expert care of your ankles, feet, hips, knees, hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders or spine and neck.

We’ll rely on minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques whenever possible to minimize pain and speed your recovery. Take advantage of:

  • Joint restoration – Uses innovative techniques to restore function while preserving your joint
  • Joint replacement Eases pain by exchanging arthritic joints for artificial implants
  • Fusion procedures Reduces discomfort by fusing the ends of bones that meet at a painful joint
  • Pediatric surgery – Treats orthopedic conditions and injuries in children

Prepare for Your Surgery

To improve your odds of a good surgical outcome, explore ways you and your child can get ready for a visit to Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital. Find helpful information such as:

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