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Orthopedic Treatments & Services in Las Vegas, NV


 

Nevada Orthopedic

Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center provides patients with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment for all types of back and neck problems. Patients who come to our office often are experiencing back pain, neck pain, leg pain and/or muscle spasms that may be related to a degenerative or traumatic condition, an injury or a deformity.

Contact the Nevada Orthopedic at (702) 258-3773 if you are seeking personalized spine care in the Las Vegas and Henderson area. Our physicians are board-certified, fellowship-trained spine surgeon, specializing in the surgical treatment of disorders of the spine.

 

Worker’s Compensation

Worker’s Compensation

At Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center, we provide prompt, high quality medical care to the injured employee and give the employer the information they need to return employees to work quickly and safely.

Fast Track Clinic

Fast Track Clinic

Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center’s Fast-Track Clinic offers same-day visits for patients with acute injuries. Some insurance plans may require a referral.

Lipogems

Lipogems

Lipogems is a cutting edge technology that gently processes and uses your body’s own fat tissue to cushion and support areas of injury or damage as your body heals itself.

Pain Management Therapy

Pain Management Therapy

A new type of treatment for injuries called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are immensely helpful in reducing the recovery time for different types of injuries all over the body.

Stature Lengthening Surgery

Stature Lengthening Surgery

This elective surgery can help you add up to 6 inches to your height over the course of 8 months.

Medical-Legal Services

Medical-Legal Services

Orthopedic surgeons are often on the front line of litigation as a significant number of workers’ compensation, personal injury, and medical liability cases involve musculoskeletal complaints.

Medical-Legal Services

Screening for Osteoporosis

Bone density is measured using a process called a dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry, or what’s commonly known as a DEXA scan. This procedure measures the density of bones in areas of the body that are prone to breaks and fractures, such as the spine, hips and forearms.