At Casper Orthopedics, our doctors specializing in orthobiologics are experts in assessing, diagnosing, and treating musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Orthobiologics is a conservative, nonoperative treatment option for patients who have suffered a musculoskeletal injury. It uses naturally occurring biological substances found within the patient’s body to help promote the healing process of bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage.
Orthobiologics is often used by orthopedic doctors to help injuries, such as fractures and chronic tendon tears, heal more quickly. It can also be used to help patients avoid or postpone a surgical procedure, such as joint replacement.
Our specialty-trained orthopedic doctors specializing in orthobiologics are highly skilled at treating a wide array of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. If you have any of the conditions listed below, our specialists will likely be able to help treat your problem. Remember, it’s important to be aware of the specific issues surrounding your bone, joint, or muscle problem so that you can tell our doctors specifically what you are experiencing. Sharing this information with our specialists can help them better understand your injury as well as what treatments to offer.
Our doctors understand that musculoskeletal injuries can alter your daily lifestyle and are dedicated to getting you back to the activities you love. To schedule an appointment with one of our experts at our main office in Casper or our office in Douglas, please call (307) 265-7205 or click on the Appointment Request button.
Our specialty-trained orthopedic doctors specializing in orthobiologics, Trevor P. Gessel, M.D., and Matthew E. Mitchell, M.D., provide patients with compassionate and experienced care for a variety of bone, joint, and muscle injuries and conditions. Having undergone extensive training, our specialists are highly skilled orthopedic doctors who are committed to helping you find the treatment solution that is right for your injury or condition.
To schedule an appointment with one of our doctors specializing in orthobiologics, please call (307) 265-7205 or request an appointment online.