Orthopedic Services

Orthopedic Services
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Orthopedic Services

From fracture care to hip resurfacing and complete joint replacement, Orange Regional Medical Center has the team, the technology and the experience for all of your orthopedic needs. We are the Hudson Valley's most experienced provider of orthopedic care.

From fracture care and intricate spinal surgery to hip resurfacing and complete joint replacement, we have the team, the technology and the experience you need.

Our innovations in minimally invasive techniques and pain management mean shorter recovery times. New surgical microscopes and specialized radiolucent surgical tables allow for greater precision than ever before.

Orange Regional's expert team of neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons have the skill and experience to get you back on your feet faster.

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Spine Surgery & Procedures

Orange Regional's expert team performs a variety of spine procedures including, diskectomy, fusion, oncologic spine surgery, interspinous spacers, and more.

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Orthopedic Surgery & Procedures

Orange Regional's expert team performs a variety of orthopedic procedures including, ankle replacement, fracture care, hip replacement, sports medicine, and more.

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Rehabilitation Services

A comprehensive range of high-quality rehabilitation services with professionally trained, licensed therapists who develop customized treatment plans per your needs.

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Obtaining a Physician Referral

Many health plans require a referral from a primary care physician before a specialist can see a new patient. It is the patient’s responsibility to provide referral information. Please bring all necessary paperwork with you to your initial appointment.

Are you currently experiencing pain?

At Orange Regional, we can help you find freedom from pain, greater mobility and a better quality of life – without traveling out of the area.

Do you have a headache, fever or nausea?

Though often associated with minor conditions that don’t require direct physician care, fever, nausea and/or headaches can be indicative of more serious issues including possible infection of the spine and/or meningitis – especially if these symptoms present in conjunction with back pain, recent trauma or other symptoms.

Do you have persistent neck pain?

Though often associated with minor conditions that don’t require direct physician care, fever, nausea and/or headaches can be indicative of more serious issues including possible infection of the spine and/or meningitis – especially if these symptoms present in conjunction with back pain, recent trauma or other symptoms.

Do you have lower back pain?

Most of the time, back and neck problems are the result of a strain or soft tissue injury and don’t require surgery. But some symptoms can indicate the possibility of a more serious condition.

Pain that remains isolated to the lower back is typically a sign of muscle strain. But if lower back pain continues for more than a few weeks, it could be indicative of axial low back pain – and could require more specialized treatment.

Severe back pain, or an inability to stand up straight, can be the sign of a wide range of serious injuries including compression fractures, spondylolisthesis, arthritis or spinal stenosis – but again, in most cases, is simply the result of a strain or sprain.

 

Do you have pain radiating down your arm?

A disc herniation in the neck can occur at any age, but is most likely after adolescence. Most people experience some arthritic changes during adulthood, which can predispose them to such a herniation. If you are experiencing pain that radiates down into your arm, it can indicate the possibility of a herniated disc and may require treatment.

 
 

Experienced a loss of bowel/bladder control?

A loss of bowel or bladder control could be a symptom of spinal stenosis, pressure on your spinal cord, commonly caused by a herniated disc, osteoarthritis, spinal tumors or damage due to injury or trauma. Pay special attention if loss of bowel or bladder control presents in conjunction with back pain, recent trauma, numbness or other symptoms. If any of these conditions exist, or if you have any reason to believe that your loss of bowel or bladder control are related to a back injury, you should go to the emergency department immediately. You may have a very serious condition which requires immediate medical attention.

 
 

Pain, tingling, or numbness in your hand?

Pain, tingling or numbness in the wrist, hand or fingers can be associated with a wide variety of conditions ranging from carpal tunnel syndrome (which can be caused by repetitive use or injury) and rheumatoid arthritis to diabetes and other hormonal disorders.

When experienced in conjunction with back pain or other symptoms, hand pain can also be an indicator of a more serious condition.

 

Shooting pains or weakness in your leg?

A disc herniation in the lumbar spine can occur at any age but is most likely after adolescence. Most people experience some arthritic changes during adulthood, which can predispose them to such a herniation. Such a disc herniation usually leads to pain radiating down the leg, into the upper buttock, or one side of the back. Weakness of one or more muscles in the leg is seen sometimes as well.

 

Do you have pain in or around the knee joint?

Pain in and around your knee joint is most commonly caused by arthritis. However, there are many other possible causes as well, including tendonitis, ligament injuries, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis. Weakness, numbness or pain around the knee experienced in conjunction with other symptoms may also be indicative of a more serious condition.

 

Please do not try to diagnose yourself. Ask your doctor if a referral to one of our specialists is right for you. If you think you may have a life-threatening condition, seek appropriate emergency care immediately.

Additional Educational Materials

Awarded Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement from The Joint Commission.

Classes and Support Groups

View our list of currently Educational Classes and Support Groups. Call our Health Connection Hotline at 1-888-321-6762 for information or to register for a class.