At Casper Orthopedics, our fellowship-trained trauma and fracture care doctors are the experts in assessing and treating traumatic injuries.
Orthopedic trauma and fracture care doctors are focused on treating patients who have been involved in an accident or have suffered another kind of traumatic injury, like a fall. These injuries usually involve fractures and/or broken bones, which require immediate evaluation and treatment in order to avoid further injury or damage.
It's important to be aware of the specific issues surrounding your pain so you can tell your doctor specifically what you are experiencing. Sharing this information with your doctor can help him or her better understand what might be causing your pain and what treatments to offer. Here are some common symptoms that patients with traumatic injuries experience:
If you have any of these symptoms or are experiencing another type of pain, you may have one of the following medical conditions:
To treat your traumatic injury, our trauma doctors will exhaust all conservative treatment options before recommending surgery. Please be assured that if trauma surgery is necessary, our trauma surgeons use state-of-the-art technology to perform the latest surgical procedures.
Our trauma surgeons understand that a traumatic injury can dramatically alter your daily lifestyle and are dedicated to getting you back to the activities you love. To schedule an appointment at one of our locations in Casper or Douglas, please call (307) 265-7205 or click on the Appointment Request button.
If immediate attention is required for your injury, you can visit our OrthoCareNow at our Casper location. Walk-ins are welcome, and no appointment is necessary. However, if your injury is life-threatening, please go directly to the emergency room at the nearest hospital.
Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons at Casper Orthopedics, Robert B. Allaire, M.D., Ari D. Amitai, M.D., Matthew T. Gorman, M.D., Joseph Hahn, M.D., Eric H. Linford, M.D., Craig P. Smith, M.D., and Daniel W. White, M.D., provide compassionate, experienced care for traumatic injuries. When a doctor is fellowship-trained, it means they have completed an extra year of schooling that focused on a specific body part or area of specialty, like sports medicine. With this additional training, our specialists have the knowledge and expertise to diagnose and treat your orthopedic injury or condition.
Working closely with our surgeons, our specialty-trained therapists provide comprehensive physical and occupational therapy services. Our entire team is focused on developing a treatment plan that is specific to your goals and needs in order to get you back to your active lifestyle.
To schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic trauma surgeons, please call (307) 265-7205 or request an appointment online.