Orthopedic injuries like sprains and cartilage tears can sideline you for a long time, sometimes permanently, if you don’t get the right medical care promptly. At Genesis Pain and Regenerative Medicine in Colleyville, Texas, orthopedic injury specialist Don Enty, MD, offers comprehensive care for sports injuries and other traumatic injuries. Dr. Enty combines pain management and advanced healing techniques to guide you to a rapid recovery. Schedule your appointment online or call the office for help now.
Orthopedic injuries affect the musculoskeletal system: the bones, ligaments, tendons, joints, and other tissues in your body. Usually, orthopedic injuries occur as a result of sudden trauma but can occur in other ways too.
Common causes of orthopedic injuries include sports injuries and workplace falls.
Orthopedic injuries include:
Traumatic orthopedic injuries usually cause pain, stiffness, swelling, or difficulty moving. But some orthopedic injuries, like tendinitis, happen due to wear-and-tear and thus have less-obvious symptoms that come on gradually.
It’s important to seek medical attention for an orthopedic injury as soon as you have symptoms. Although your body can heal most injuries, the healing process may not happen quickly enough, and you could suffer unnecessarily in the meantime.
Without treatment, you also could heal improperly, possibly leading to a problem like post-traumatic arthritis, a type of osteoarthritis that causes cartilage breakdown at the site of a previous injury.
Orthopedic injury treatment at Genesis Pain and Regenerative Medicine can stimulate healthy healing, ease your pain, reduce your risk of problems later, and help you return to normal faster.
Dr. Enty tailors your treatment to your injury, lifestyle, and recovery goals. Genesis Pain and Regenerative Medicine offers the full spectrum of orthopedic injury treatments, emphasizing the minimally invasive approach whenever possible.
The purpose of orthopedic injury treatment is to relieve your pain while helping your body heal quickly. You may need precision medicine injections, including platelet-rich plasma (PRP), human tissue allograft (HTA), or a combination of the two.
During your recovery, you may need to wear a brace or splint. Physical therapy plays a large role in recovery, as it helps strengthen the tissues around your injury and supports healthy movement without risking another injury.
Treating your orthopedic injury now can help you get back to the things you enjoy with as little downtime as possible. Even if you have chronic pain due to an old orthopedic injury, Dr. Enty has state-of-the-art solutions to help.
Call Genesis Pain and Regenerative Medicine or click on the online appointment maker to book your visit with Dr. Enty now.