Our Services

At Monmouth, our Orthopaedic Surgery Program includes:

MMC Orthopedics

General orthopaedic surgery, including treatment of:

  • Traumatic musculoskeletal injuries such as fractures, dislocations torn ligaments, sprains and strains.
  • tendon injuries, pulled muscles, and bursitis
  • knock knees, bow legs, bunions, and hammer toes
  • arthritis and osteoporosis
  • bone tumors
  • muscular dystrophy, spina bifida cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders

Foot and ankle surgery, including treatment of

  • Ankle sprains and fractures
  • Achilles tendinitis or tears
  • Fractures of the foot
  • Sports injuries to the foot and ankle
  • Chronic or acute foot and ankle pain
  • Osteoarthritis and inflammatory joint arthritis in the foot or ankle
  • Deformities of the foot and ankle, congenital or acquired
  • Bunion, hammer toe and claw toe deformities

Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery to treat disorders of the:

  • Hand, including trigger finger, Dupuytren’s contracture and ganglion cysts
  • Wrist, including carpal tunnel syndrome, cubutal tunnel syndrome, and repetitive stress injury
  • Elbow, including tennis and golfer’s elbow, cubital tunnel syndrome, bone spurs and bursitis
  • Other conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, scleroderma, psoriatic, lupus, fractures, dislocations, tendonitis, soft tissue injuries, tumors and nerve damage and congenital nerve injuries and tendon lacerations.

A Sports Medicine Program featuring arthroscopic surgery of the knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder and treatment for athletic injuries and disorders, including:

  • Ligamentous laxity
  • Meniscal disease
  • Patellofemoral disorders
  • Osteochondritis dissecans and other non-arthritic disorders
  • Shoulder and elbow disorders
  • Infections of the musculoskeletal system

Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Services, including a pediatric scoliosis specialist who works with spine specialists to perform procedures. State-of-the-art instrumentation techniques and real-time spinal cord monitoring ensure optimal outcomes. Treatment is offered for a host of conditions, including:

  • Scoliosis
  • Limb length discrepancies
  • Clubfoot
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Fractures

A dedicated Spine Center offering treatment of:

  • •Spine trauma and spinal cord injuries
  • •Spinal surgery of the cervical and lumbar areas
  • •Reconstructive surgery and microsurgery

A Joint Replacement Center, offering the latest advances in hip, knee and shoulder replacement that help reduce length of stay and can prevent complications, and can lead to improved outcomes for our patients. Monmouth Medical Center is the only hospital in the region to offer the minimally invasive option of Makoplasty® robotic-assisted partial knee and total hip replacement.

Geriatric Hip Fracture Program

A fracture of the hip in an aging adult is not simply a broken bone, as complications can make it a life-threatening condition. Research shows that patients who are treated quickly after a hip fracture have better outcomes. Monmouth Medical Center’s Geriatric Hip Fracture Program is designed to get patients into surgery faster and minimize complications, with an ultimate goal of getting patients back to their pre-injury quality of life. The program uses a multidisciplinary team approach to care that includes:

  • Emergency Medicine Physician— Undertakes acute interventions to stabilize patients and consults with orthopaedic surgeon to detect the fracture and put the patient on a fast track to surgery
  • Orthopaedic Surgeon—Performs surgery and directs patient care.
  • Internal Medicine Physician—Assesses and evaluates patient’s medical needs during the hospital stay.
  • Mid Level Providers (Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses)— Assist during surgery, and evaluate patients during the hospital stay.
  • Anesthesia Team— Administers anesthesia during surgery and helps with postoperative pain management.
  • Care Coordinator/Social Worker— Coordinates hospital discharge plans between the patient’s family, doctor, nursing, and physical therapy. Makes arrangements for continued care after discharge if needed, and interacts with insurance companies as needed.
  • Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy— Provide exercises to increase strength and instruction on the correct way to walk and adjustments for daily living.

Additionally, Monmouth Medical Center’s Geriatric Hip Fracture Program features a Geriatric Emergency Medicine (GEM) Unit staffed by physicians and nurses specially trained and dedicated to caring for seniors, and a nurse practitioner trained in geriatrics is who serves as program coordinator and communicates closely with the referring physician. The unit also has a dedicated pharmacist who will focus on medications commonly prescribed for seniors with special attention to issues that can result in dangerous interactions. Learn more about our GEM unit.

To learn more or for a referral to an orthodpaedic surgeon, call 888-724-7123.