Damaged bones and joints can cause significant pain and limit your ability to function the way you want to. We offer a variety of orthopedic services - from advanced diagnostic imaging technology, to innovative surgical procedures, to physician therapy and rehabilitation programs - all designed to help you get back on track. Among the services we provide are:

  • Arthroscopic surgery
  • Bone and joint care for hands, elbows, shoulders, ankles, knees and hips
  • Ligament reconstruction
  • Repair of broken bones
  • Total joint replacement
  • Treatment for spine and back conditions
  • Treatment for sports injuries
  • Treatment of work-related injuries

Palms of Pasadena Hospital's Joint and Spine Center's highly skilled staff includes board-certified surgeons with advanced training in minimally invasive procedures, and a team of highly experienced orthopedic nurses that provide a full continuity of care.

The center features numerous amenities for patients, including private rooms, free Wi-Fi and a private family waiting room.

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing

An exciting new alternative to total hip replacement is now available in the United States. Used successfully for years around the globe, the BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing System has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the United States. Now, patients suffering from hip pain due to arthritis, dysplasia or avascular necrosis can benefit from its conservative approach to treatment.

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The ConforMIS Personalized Knee Resurfacing Implant

The knee is the largest and one of the most complex joints in the body. A healthy knee is able to bend, flex, rotate, and glide allowing for normal pain-free motion. If you or someone you know is considering a total knee replacement, take the time to explore ConforMIS personalized knee resurfacing implants.

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Advances in orthopedic care

Not long ago, a serious bone or joint problem meant major surgery was inevitable. But now, many joints can be repaired with minimally-invasive arthroscopic techniques.

In arthroscopic procedures, an orthopedic specialist makes incisions, about the size of a buttonhole, and inserts a tiny camera and pencil thin instruments into the joint. The camera transmits images to a monitor, which the surgeon uses to view the procedure. This remarkable technology allows the surgeon to repair tears and other joint problems without major surgery.

Many arthroscopic procedures do not require an overnight hospital stay. Patients return to the comforts of home sooner and generally experience less pain and faster healing.

Joint replacement

Hip and knee replacement can help many people with debilitating joint pain return to active lives. Joints are formed at the ends of two or more bones connected by tissue called cartilage. Healthy cartilage provides a cushion for the bones, but when the cartilage is damaged or wears away, the bones can rub against each other, causing great pain. Joint replacement can reduce pain, restore movement to the joint, and improve the overall quality of a patient's life.

When only a portion of the joint is damaged, a surgeon may be able to perform partial joint replacement.

For more information about our orthopedic services, please call (727) 381-1000.