Twin Cities Orthopedics trauma surgeons are experts in treating patients with complex muscle, bone, and joint injuries that result from traumatic episodes. Traumatic injuries can happen in many different ways, including vehicle accidents, slips and falls, workplace industrial accidents, and much more.
Common Conditions & Procedures
Foot & Ankle Fractures
Malunion (Fractures that have healed in a Non-Ideal Position)
Nonunion (Non-Healing Fractures)
Osteomyelitis (Bone Infection)
Severely Injured Patients With Multiple Fractures
Shoulder & Elbow Fractures
Simple Isolated Fractures
Orthopedic trauma specialists are typically called in immediately to treat complex orthopedic injuries at hospitals, but they also treat patients with lingering issues that result from previous trauma, such as poorly healed fractures and bone infections.
Similar to other orthopedic specialists, trauma surgeons receive additional specialty training in order to deeply understand the nuances of treating traumatic injuries to any part of the body. Our board certified specialists provide coverage at Level I, II and III hospital settings, ensuring all patients receive the most appropriate and timely care, so we can get patients back to normal activities as soon as possible.
We Provide Services At
Fairview Lakes Hospital
Fairview Southdale Hospital
Fairview Ridges Hospital
Maple Grove Hospital
North Memorial Medical Center (Robbinsdale)
Ridgeview Medical Center
Orthopedic Urgent Care
For non-traumatic injuries, your first stop should be to a specialist. If you think you have a fracture or an acute (sudden, unexpected) injury and need immediate care, walk-in services are conveniently available at our TCO Orthopedic Urgent Care locations—no appointment necessary. Learn more »