Suffering pain after a car accident? Omni is here to help.
The Orthopedic care experts in Omni specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries of the musculoskeletal system. This system includes the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves that allow us to move. Often in personal injury cases, our clients experience damage to synovial joints (neck, shoulders, hips, and more). Through minimally invasive techniques, we can examine and treat your injuries through tiny incisions for a faster recovery and return to regular activities.
Call us today at 305-461-3116 in Dade County, 954-279-2170 in Broward County, 407-794-1465 in Orlando or contact us online for an appointment.
Shoulder and Elbow Injuries
The orthopaedic specialists at Omni will consider therapeutic, medical, and surgical options for your shoulder or elbow problem. Our goal is to eliminate your pain and return you to normal activities through the least invasive treatment possible.
Shoulder Joint Instability
Shoulder instability is a occurs when the structures that surround the shoulder joint do not keep the ball in its socket. Treatment of shoulder instability depends on several factors, and almost always begins with non-surgical options.
Hand Procedures & Wrist
The hand and wrist include of dozens of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles that need to work together perfectly every day. When injuries occur, our home and work are negatively affected often reducing the quality of our lives. We provide highly specialized care to get your back on track when they become injured.
This shoulder injury involves muscles between bones in the shoulder area. The most common treatment for impingement syndrome is physical therapy.
Knee and Hip Injuries
Meniscal and labral tears often happen when trauma occurs like a car accident. Omni's doctors can treat these with both surgical and non-surgical methods.
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Rotator cuff tears may occur as a result of a personal injury case. Medical care should be sought as soon as possible. Extensive rotator cuff tears may require surgical repair, transfer of alternative tendons, or joint replacement.
Ligament and Cartilage Injuries
People with cartilage damage typically experience stiffness, joint pain, and inflammation. Some patients respond well to conservative treatment; however, those who do not respond to conservative treatment will need surgery.