Whether you've gotten hurt at work, have torn a ligament playing touch football, or need a joint replacement, Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center's bone and joint center has the cutting edge equipment, experienced staff, and excellent treatments you need to alleviate pain—and get back to your life.
First Things First: The Diagnosis.
Before we can treat you, we need to know what's wrong. We've invested in advanced imaging and diagnostic equipment to help us quickly and accurately diagnose everything from broken bones to diseased joints to torn ligaments. For example, our MRI can non-invasively, quickly, and easily identify tears and defects to help your physician plan an appropriate course of care.
We Offer What You Need.
Here are just some of the conditions we handle and services and procedures we offer our patients:
- Ruptured Discs
- Broken Bones
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Injured Ligaments
Services and Procedures:
- Arthroscopic Reconstruction and Repair
- ACL Reconstruction
- Total Joint Replacement
- Microsurgery of the Hand
- Sports Medicine
We treat our patients through three means: Medical (such as through medication), mechanical (like physical and occupational therapy), and surgical. Since our hospital is new, we boast leading-edge equipment and treatment techniques to help you get better fast.
We Heal—and Educate.
Total knee and total hip replacement surgery are two of the most common procedures we perform at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. If you're scheduled for one of these, you're probably wondering what to expect. That's why we offer a pre-operative class that will help you understand what will happen during surgery, what you'll experience in the hospital, and how you can successfully transition back home. And don't worry about forgetting all the details—we'll also give you a handbook with all of the information so you can have it at your fingertips.
We get you back on your feet (or using your hands, or back on the tennis court...).
You've been diagnosed, and our skilled staff has helped you through your procedure. But treatment doesn't end there. We also focus on follow-up and rehabilitation to help you get back into the swing of things as soon as possible. Bones and joints heal slowly, and we're here for you until you're back to your normal routine, whether that's working, playing the piano, or dominating on the basketball court.