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Orthopaedics

From sore arthritic joints to sports injuries, an orthopaedic issue can interfere with daily living. At Unity Health, we provide full-service orthopaedic care for people of all ages. Whether you need nonsurgical treatment, outpatient surgery or a complex joint replacement procedure, we can help.

Plus, we are passionate about sports medicine. If you or your young athlete have been sidelined by an injury, we'll help you get back the active lifestyle you love.

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Orthopaedic care close to home

We have orthopaedic specialists at a variety of locations. If you live near Beebe, Cabot, Newport or Searcy, you don't have to travel for expert orthopaedic care.

Common conditions we treat

Our highly qualified orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians diagnose, treat and rehabilitate problems affecting the bones, joints, tendons, muscles, ligaments and other musculoskeletal tissues. We focus on excellent outcomes that improve your quality of life.

Here are just a few of the many orthopaedic injuries or disorders we can help you with:

  • Broken bones and trauma
  • Sports injuries
  • Arthritis of the hips, knees or other joints
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Foot and ankle problems
  • Osteoporosis

Most treatments start with conservative measures. Depending on your specific condition and individual needs, treatments can include:

  • Medication management
  • Joint injections (such as steroid shots) for pain relief
  • Splints and casting

Specialized surgeries and expert care

When nonsurgical treatments aren't helping, your orthopaedic specialist may recommend surgery. Orthopaedic surgeries are performed at Unity Health in Searcy.

A few of the highly specialized surgeries we perform include joint reconstruction and total hip and knee replacement procedures. After surgery, one of our highly trained physical therapists will help rehabilitate you and get you back to moving comfortably again.