Our orthopedic team offers exceptional care focused on you. As our patient, you will receive one-on-one attention throughout every step of your treatment. We believe patient education and open communication is vitally important to achieving the best possible outcomes and quality of life for our patients.
|Brad Binsfeld, DO||Nate Stocco, PA-C|
Orthopedic areas include:
Your foot including numerous bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles can be a source of significant joint pain.
We can help you find a treatment solution for these various injuries or conditions:
- Achilles tendon
- Ankle fusion
- Ankle sprain and instability
- Bunions and bunionectomy
- Diabetic foot injections
- Flat feet
- Foot and ankle arthritis
- Foot and ankle arthroscopy
- Foot and ankle fractures
- Fracture care
- Morton's neuroma
- Plantar fasciitis
- Sports injuries
Hip: If you are suffering from issues caused by a hip injury or routine wear and tear, our team can help you get back to an active lifestyle.
- Hip arthroscopy (hip scope)
- Hip arthritis and osteoarthritis
- Hip joint replacement
Knee: Whether you are suffering from an injury while participating in your favorite sports activity or you've been dealing with chronic pain for some time, our experts can help you get back to doing what you love - pain free.
- Knee arthritis and osteoarthritis
- ACL reconstruction
- Meniscectomy and meniscal repair
- Total knee joint replacement
Shoulder: Our shoulder is the most versatile joint in our bodies. This range of motion can however lead to shoulder pain and discomfort. In most cases, pain in the shoulder can be the result of one of four main causes: inflammation, instability, arthritis, or a fracture. Our experts specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries of the shoulder.
- AC joint separation
- Clavicle (collar bone) fracture
- Rotator cuff tear/repair
- Shoulder arthritis and osteoarthritis
- Shoulder bursitis
- Shoulder dislocation
Sports injuries, due to their dynamic nature, require specialized methods of treatment. Our orthopedic experts along with our Rehabilitation staff, take a team approach in helping you return to your favorite sports and activities.
- Arthroscopy of the shoulder, hip or knee.
- Knee surgery including ACL and PCL repair.
- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow).
- Ligament and joint reconstruction.
- Muscles and joint sprains and strains.
- Rotator cuff tears.
- Shoulder dislocation and instability.
When you are struggling with limited mobility, injury, arthritis or muscle stiffness, therapy is a game-changer.
Our rehab team diagnoses, manages and treats a broad range of injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. Our goal is to reduce pain, restore mobility, improve function and rebuild fitness level. We do this through various forms of therapy including:
- Physical therapy.
- Occupational therapy.
The power to stop pain cold.
What is the iovera° treatment? The iovera° treatment uses the body’s natural response to cold to treat peripheral nerves and immediately reduce pain—without the use of drugs. Treated nerves are temporarily stopped from sending pain signals for a period of time, followed by a restoration of function.
- Delivers cryoanalgesia directly to the site of pain
- Provides immediate and long-lasting non-opioid pain relief
- Relief for postsurgical knee replacement pain and chronic knee pain for up to 90 days
It is important to note that the iovera° therapy does not treat the underlying cause of the pain. Timely remediation is necessary to address and treat the cause of pain.
How does iovera° treatment work? The iovera° treatment works by applying targeted cold to a peripheral nerve. A precise cold zone is formed under the skin—cold enough to immediately prevent the nerve from sending pain signals without causing damage to surrounding structures. The effect on the nerve is temporary, providing pain relief until the nerve regenerates and function is restored.
The iovera° treatment does not include injection of any substance, opioid, or any other drug. The effect of this treatment is immediate and can last up to 90 days.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Nate Stocc, Ortho PA-C, call (608) 723-2131.