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Orthopedic Surgery

Achieving your best outcome drives all that we do at St. Luke’s Orthopedics. If surgery is the best option for improving your musculoskeletal injury or condition and your quality of life, we offer a wide range of expertise—from injury repair and arthroscopic surgery of all major joints to bone and muscle tumor surgery, hand and wrist microsurgery, and total joint replacement.  

Highlights & Resources

  • Blog Post

    St. Luke’s same-day discharge for joint replacement returns patients to action sooner

  • Blog Post

    Longtime Local Orthopedic Surgeon Returns Home to Open Practice at St. Luke’s Nampa

  • Blog Post

    St. Luke’s to Build Innovative Orthopedic Specialty Facility in Downtown Boise

  • Blog Post

    Orthopedic Surgeon Educates Community about Healthy Hips and Knees

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Procedures & Treatments

  • Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary hip and knee replacement care is exceptional, seamless, and evidence-based.

  • When conservative treatment isn’t helping, surgery may be an option for resolving your back or spine problems.
  • The shoulder is the most flexible joint in your body, but it's also vulnerable to injuries like bone damage and muscle sprains and tears. 

  • While minor elbow injuries may only need rest or therapy to heal, more serious conditions might need surgery to correct.

  • Treatment for patients with symptomatic cartilage damage, including isolated cartilage defects, meniscal injuries and early arthritis.

Articles & Resources

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  • Blog Post

    Distinguished athletes begin their medical careers at Nampa St. Luke’s