Sciatica Treatment Laramie

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Sciatica, also known as lumbar radiculopathy, describes a set of symptoms, ranging from pain and numbness to weakness, tingling, and burning sensations, that radiate from the lower back and travel down one or both legs. As its name implies, sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed, irritated, or inflamed. Symptoms of this condition can be mild and tolerable or cause excruciating pain. While symptoms oftentimes improve with time, this is not always the case. If you are experiencing pain in your lower back, turn to Premier Bone and Joint Centers. A spine doctor at our Laramie, Wyoming, clinic will be happy to assess your condition and develop a personalized sciatica treatment plan. 

Causes of Sciatica 

Sciatica is often a result of the natural aging process. Throughout an individual’s lifetime, the spine can endure a significant amount of stress, which can result in: 

  • A herniated disc 
  • Degenerative disc disease 
  • Spinal narrowing (stenosis) 
  • Osteoarthritis 

Any of these conditions can cause the sciatic nerve to become pinched.  

Personalized Sciatica Treatment 

At Premier Bone and Joint Centers, we always take conservative measures when treating sciatica. When you visit our Laramie clinic, one of our sciatica doctors will work with you to create a personalized care plan, which may include the following: 

  • A customized physical training plan 
  • Anti-inflammatory medication, as needed 
  • Injections, as needed 

In most cases, conservative sciatica treatment options are effective. Only in severe cases should surgical intervention be considered. 

Visit Our Laramie Clinic for Sciatica Treatment 

The board-certified, fellowship-trained spine doctors at Premier Bone and Joint Centers can help you find relief with sciatica treatment. Reach out today to schedule a visit to our clinic in Laramie, WY. 

Bunion Surgery Laramie

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A bunion is an outward bulge at the base joint of the big toe. Bunions can develop as a result of wearing tight-fitting footwear and, oftentimes, aren’t painful and don’t require treatment. In more severe cases, however, bunions can cause the big toe to turn inward and cause pain. If you have a bunion that is painful or hindering your mobility, Premier Bone and Joint Centers can help. One of our foot and ankle doctors in Laramie, Wyoming, can assess your condition and determine if bunion surgery is an appropriate course of treatment. 

When Is Bunion Surgery Recommended? 

Whenever possible, conservative approaches should be taken when treating patients with bunions. These include wearing comfortable, roomy shoes and taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) when needed. 

Conversely, our foot and ankle specialists may recommend bunion surgery, or lapiplasty bunion surgery to correct: 

  • Foot pain that limits ordinary activities such as walking a few blocks while wearing comfortable footwear 
  • Chronic inflammation surrounding the big toe 
  • Stiffness that makes it difficult to straighten or bend the big toe 
  • Excessive curvature of the big toe 

Our orthopedic surgeons possess board certification and fellowship training, and many belong to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. What’s more, we utilize minimally invasive surgical techniques to mitigate soft tissue trauma and post-operative pain. 

Meet With an Orthopedic Surgeon 

If you wish to learn more about bunion surgery and other bunion treatment options we offer at Premier Bone and Joint Centers, get in touch with us today. An orthopedic specialist on our team will be happy to meet with you at our Laramie, WY, clinic, to develop a personalized treatment plan. 

Sports Injury Clinic Laramie

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Great satisfaction comes from playing sports, whether it be football, baseball, or golf. However, along with playing sports comes the risk of injury. Aside from being painful, sports injuries can sideline us from completing simple daily tasks such as walking or climbing up stairs. If you have suffered a sports injury, turn to the professionals at Premier Bone and Joint Centers. The orthopedic specialists at our sports injury clinic in Laramie, Wyoming, can create a personalized treatment plan that will have you back on the field of play in no time. 

Our Qualified Team of Sports Injury Doctors 

No two sports-related injuries are identical, therefore, each situation requires specialized treatment. When you stop by our sports injury clinic in Laramie, you’ll receive just that. Our doctors are board certified and fellowship trained to provide the best care possible. Our patients range from professional athletes to the occasional sports player, all of which we’ve helped overcome injuries in a safe and timely manner. In fact, we are proud to be the athletic physicians for the University of Wyoming and the official sponsor of the Laramie High School football team. 

Treating an Array of Sports-Related Injuries 

Some of the injuries you can seek treatment for at our sports injury clinic include: 

  • Torn ligaments 
  • Broken or fractured bones 
  • Injured tendons 
  • Torn cartilage 
  • Sprains and strains 
  • Dislocated joints 
  • Golfer’s or tennis elbow 
  • Rotator cuff tears 

If it is determined that your injury is severe and requires surgical intervention, you can trust our team to perform the procedure with the utmost precision and care. We utilize the most advanced techniques and technologies to ensure your procedure is as minimally invasive as possible. 

Schedule a Visit to Our Sports Injury Clinic 

Don’t let a sports-related injury keep you from doing the things you love to do most. Reach out to Premier Bone and Joint Centers today to schedule a visit to our sports injury clinic in Laramie, WY.