From evaluation to diagnosis to treatment, our Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital orthopaedic specialists will work with you to develop a treatment plan that works best for your joint, bone or muscle condition.
Our physicians have expertise in all areas of orthopaedics including:
- ACL Injuries.
- Ankle pain.
- Broken bones.
- Chronic shoulder pain.
- Elbow pain.
- Foot pain.
- Hand pain.
- Hip fracture.
- Hip pain.
- Knee fracture.
- Knee pain.
- Shoulder pain.
- Sports injuries.
- Wrist pain.
Mercy Hospital's Orthopaedics is staffed by physicians who specialize in the following areas:
Our specialists are experienced in treating a variety of foot and ankle disorders, including:
- Achilles tendonitis.
- Adult and adolescent flatfoot deformity.
- Arthritis of the foot and ankle.
- Bone spurs.
- Bunion and bunionette deformities.
- Chronic ankle instability.
- Diabetic foot infections.
- Fractures of the foot and ankle.
- Heel pain (Plantar Fasciitis).
- Ingrown toenails.
- Morton's neuroma.
- Plantar warts.
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
- Tendon ruptures.
Our experts are experienced in treating patients with congenital hand disorders, infections, rheumatic conditions, fractures and trauma injuries, including:
- Arthritis of the hands and wrists.
- Bone cysts.
- Bone spurs.
- Carpal tunnel syndrome.
- Dupuytren's disease.
- Fingernail deformities.
- Hand trauma.
- Hand and wrist fractures.
- Inflammatory osteoarthritis.
- Mallet finger.
- Trigger finger.
- Wrist pain.
Our specialists care for a variety of hip and knee problems, including joints that have been damaged by arthritis and injuries.
The goal of joint replacement is to provide a higher level of functioning and mobility so that patients can start moving again and doing the things they enjoy.
Our specialists are skilled in:
- Knee joint replacement.
- Hip joint replacement.
- Shoulder joint replacement.
Orthopaedic and Extended Recovery Unit
It may come as a surprise to you that total joint replacement patients are encouraged to get up and start moving again as soon as possible after surgery.
The Orthopaedic and Extended Recovery Unit allows physicians and nurses to monitor and care for patients who have undergone joint replacement surgery.
A dedicated physical and occupational therapy area allows patients to begin therapy assisted by staff trained to support and care for total joint replacement patients.
- Physical therapy to help you increase your strength, comfort and range of motion.
- Occupational therapy to help you regain mobility for independent living.
When the time comes to return home, social workers/case managers help with your discharge needs.
While shoulder fracture and rotator cuff tears are among the most common shoulder disorders, our team is experienced in treating a variety of related disorders through both medical and surgical care.
Our specialists are skilled at treating shoulder disorders including:
- Shoulder instability.
- Shoulder fractures.
- Rotator cuff tears.
- Rotator cuff tendonitis.
- Shoulder reconstruction.
- Shoulder replacement.
- Tendon tears.
Elbow disorders can also be quite bothersome. Often, overuse is the culprit of elbow pain. Our shoulder and elbow specialists offer evaluation and treatment for elbow and upper extremity concerns such as:
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome.
- Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow).
Appointments & Locations
To schedule an appointment with a Mercy Hospital orthopaedic specialist, please call 330.489.1362.
Our orthopaedic specialists see patients at three convenient locations in Stark County: