Conditions We Treat - The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital at Mercy
Effectively managing the treatment and care of patients with orthopedic disorders is why Mercy Medical Center has been named a Best National Hospital in Orthopedics by U.S. News and World Report. The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital at Mercy Medical Center, led by Dr. Marc Hungerford, Chief of Orthopedics, blends the skill, expertise and surgical excellence of many of Baltimore’s most prestigious orthopedic surgeons with warmth, compassion and Magnet level nursing to give our patients the best care Mercy can offer.
Patients from Baltimore and throughout the Mid-Atlantic region often view the doctors at The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital as the area’s leading experts who have fingertip access to top quality treatment plans, first rate compassionate care and a first class team of specialists.
Mercy Medical Center’s team of orthopedic doctors, surgeons, specialists and dedicated nurses are committed to providing advanced care management for orthopedic conditions.
Foot and ankle reconstruction as well as all levels of foot and ankle pain, and complex foot and ankle disorders. Mercy’s foot and ankle doctors are focused on a singular goal: to restore, rebuild, re-stabilize or reconstruct a patient’s foot so that mobility is natural, pain is minimal and the ability to walk is seemingly effortless.
Joint replacement and general orthopedic and bone disorders ranging from ligament stress to hip and knee replacement. Orthopedic and bone disorders are among some of the most common problems experienced by adults approaching or in the “empty nest” stage of their lives. Regaining an active and healthy lifestyle or getting control of nagging aches and pains so that day-to-day responsibilities are manageable are typical reasons patients schedule appointments.
Mercy’s orthopedic doctors who specialize in bone and joint disorders are specifically trained to help patients overcome these obstacles – sometimes through a physical therapy and medication program, and sometimes through joint replacement surgery.
Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand injuries, sprains, tears, and on-going degenerative complications. Upper extremity problems or issues with your shoulder, elbow, hand or wrist may be caused by years of over activity or a weekend of overdoing everyday chores. Collaboration among our orthopedic team of doctors about complex and routine upper extremity cases require them to explore precise diagnostic evaluations, effective treatment plans and the best available surgical solutions.
Spine deformities, back pain and other complications associated with the spinal cord. At Mercy, our spine surgeons recognize treating injuries, deformities and complications associated with the spine require exacting technique, in-depth knowledge as well as delicate, yet demanding surgical solutions.
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