One in three Americans suffers from pain or limitation of motion in the bones, joints, muscles or surrounding structures, and the majority of people who are 75 and older have some form of musculoskeletal disorder, especially arthritis.
Orthopaedic surgeons focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders that affect:
Orthopaedic surgeons treat patients of all ages, and for conditions that may include joint replacement, bone fractures, spinal deformity, and sports injuries.
Northwestern Medicine’s orthopaedic surgeons provide leading musculoskeletal treatment, using state-of-the-art imaging and operating room facilities. Northwestern Medicine’s Orthopaedics program is ranked No. 12 nationally by US News & World Report—the collaborative, comprehensive continuum of care provided helps ensure more accurate diagnoses, a streamlined process for patients, and better outcomes.
Meet the Teams
- Adult Scoliosis
- Arch, Heel and Toe Pain
- Back, Neck and Spine
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Foot and Ankle
- Herniated Disk
- Hip Problems, Including Fractures
- Hip Replacement Surgery
- Joint Deterioration
- Knee Replacement Surgery
- Lateral Epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
- Ligament Injuries to the Knee
- Medial Epicondylitis (golfers or baseball elbow)
- Muscle Sprain and Tendon Injuries
- Neck Pain
- Nerve and Neuromuscular Problems
- Orthopaedic-related Diabetes Complications
- Paget's Disease of the Bone*
- Pediatric Scoliosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Shoulder Pain and Problems
- Soft-Tissue Injuries
- Sports-related Injuries
- Tendon Injuries
- Torn Meniscus
In the spirit of keeping you well-informed, some of the physician(s) and/or individual(s) identified are neither agents nor employees of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare or any of its affiliate organizations. They have selected our facilities as places where they want to treat and care for their private patients.