Count on Us to Keep Your Life in Motion
Sumner Regional Medical Center provides comprehensive services for diagnosing and treating a variety of injuries, and restorative procedures, focusing on care for the systems of bones, cartilage, joints, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissue. Orthopedic services include general orthopedics, joint replacement surgery, hand and upper extremity surgery, and treatment of athletic injuries for adults and adolescents.
Whether your visit is an emergency or it's scheduled, or you are seeing us for post-operative rehabilitation or a complex reconstructive surgery after trauma, our team of orthopedic surgeons, mid-level practitioners, imaging technologists, specially-trained nurses, as well as physical and occupational therapists offer comprehensive care in musculoskeletal health.
We know that having an injury such as a torn rotator cuff or a fractured hip can cause a lot of downtime from a person’s daily routine, but being able to receive treatment from start to finish close to home can help make the process more convenient. Keep reading to learn more about our services.
Take a Free Joint Pain Assessment
Many people find that everyday physical activity such as walking or playing with kids may bring more pain than pleasure. If you can relate, we may be able to help. Answer a few questions to see if you should speak with a provider about finding the right treatment to help put the go in your get-up-and-go again.Begin Assessment
Meet Our Team of Orthopedic Specialists
Looking for some advice about an achy joint or struggling to find your groove after an athletic injury? Find the right orthopedic provider for your needs. Also, if you were referred to an orthopedist following an ER visit, you've come to the right place. Click to get a listing of all the orthopedic providers at Sumner Regional Medical Center.Find a Provider
Keep Moving with Rehab
Sumner Regional Medical Center offers award-winning outpatient rehabilitation services, acute/in-hospital rehab, as well as an inpatient rehabilitation unit where you or a family member can recover fully. Learn more about orthopedic rehabilitation services offered by Sumner Regional.Outpatient Rehab
At Sumner Regional Medical Center, our specialists take a team approach to care by collaborating with radiologists, physicians, specialized nurses, therapists, and trainers to ensure high-quality care in an easily-accessible manner. The team at SRMC offers many specialized orthopedic procedures including:
- Joint Replacement Surgery
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Shoulder Replacement
- Trauma and Fracture Care
- Hand & Upper Extremity
- Arthroscopic Surgery
- ACL & Meniscal Tears
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Sports Injuries
From diagnostic testing that determines the existence or severity of an injury, to convenient same-day surgery suites and a combination of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapies, Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin, Tennessee is committed to providing a full range of orthopedic surgery services, including total joint replacement surgery close to home.
Do you have difficulty with mobility or activity due to hip or knee joint pain? This may be due to chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis or an acute injury. Joint replacement surgery is often recommended when all other treatment options, including rest, medication, exercise, and physical therapy, have been exhausted. To help our joint replacement patients achieve the best outcomes from their surgeries, doctors use Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols to decrease surgical pain, promote recovery, and minimize post-operative complications.
What is Total Joint Replacement?
What Is Joint Replacement Surgery?
Joint replacement surgery is removing a damaged joint and putting in a new one.
What Can Happen to My Joints?
Bones are alive, and they need blood to be healthy, grow, and repair themselves. Joints can be damaged by arthritis and other diseases, injuries, or other causes. The damage can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling and limit blood flow, causing problems.
What Is a New Joint Like?
A new joint, called a prosthesis, can be made of plastic, metal, or both. It may be cemented into place or not cemented, so that your bone will grow into it. Both methods may be combined to keep the new joint in place.
An Introduction to Bone and Joint Health
A minimally invasive surgery allowing a surgeon to view the interior of a joint.
Whether you’re an athlete, a weekend warrior or an active individual, we can care for your sports-related injuries.
Knee problems can occur in people of all ages. We’re here to address your pain and help keep you moving forward.
When hip pain disrupts your daily routine, we’re here with compassionate and individualized care to help keep you moving forward.
To learn more about our orthopedic care services or to schedule an appointment, please call 800.424.DOCS.