Orthopedic Surgeons and Specialists
Our orthopedic experts are here to treat your sprains, strains, tears, breaks, joint pain and concussions to help you get back on your feet and back to what you love doing.
We provide personalized care for patients of all ages. Learn more about us and what we can do for you.
Visit our experts in orthopedic medicine for:
Joint replacement surgery: If your major joints are weak or painful due to arthritis or injury, you may be a candidate for joint replacement surgery. Your orthopedic surgeon will remove the damaged parts and replace them with artificial parts made of metal or plastic. Your Sanford Health care team will help you through:
- Hip replacement surgery
- Knee surgery, including knee replacement surgery
- Shoulder surgery, including shoulder replacement surgery and rotator cuff repair
- Ankle replacement surgery
- Geriatric hip fracture care
Hand surgery: See the orthopedic surgeons and hand surgeons at Sanford Health if you have carpel tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, arthritis or other conditions of the hands and arms.
Foot and ankle (podiatry): Whether it’s a sprained ankle, broken foot or other issue, podiatrists at Sanford Health will care for your foot and ankle condition. We focus on restoring and preserving function in your feet and ankles.
Orthopedic trauma: Sanford orthopedic physicians are ready to treat many kinds of severe skeletal trauma, including joint dislocation or multiple traumatic injuries from accidents.
Pediatric orthopedics: Sanford Health specializes in meeting children’s orthopedic needs. Our pediatric orthopedic doctors speak with young patients and their families in a child-friendly setting.
When to Visit Sanford Orthopedics
An orthopedic medicine specialist can help you improve mobility, relieve pain and help you return to an active lifestyle. Visit us if you experience any of the following symptoms in your back, neck, arms, hands, legs or feet:
- Pain when standing or walking
- Numbness, tingling or weakness
- Swollen, bruised or stiff joint
- Sprains, strains and pulled muscles
- Skin discoloration
- Redness and warmth
Visit an Orthopedic Clinic or Walk-In Clinic
Whether your need treatment for a sprain for long-term care for arthritis, our clinics offer care for everyone. Search below to find a doctor in South Dakota, North Dakota or and Minnesota.
Need to be seen today? Our Walk-In and Fast Track clinics offer you specialized care without an appointment.
Sanford Health News
General surgeon James Clay gives patients human touch with machine help
“They’re at such a great age where they can just come out and enjoy it.”