Fracture Care

Expert Care for All Fractures.

When a bone is cracked or broken, it requires quality orthopedic care in order to heal properly, and Ventura Orthopedics is experienced in all aspects of treatment for any type of broken bone. Whether your fracture is the result of an accident, an athletic injury, repetitive stress, or a degenerative orthopedic condition such as osteoporosis, Ventura Orthopedics can help you decide the best course of action to ensure you meet your healthcare goals.

Request an expert opinion on your Fracture Care issue

Our team of compassionate and caring doctors, surgeons and physical therapists will develop a treatment plan for your fracture that may include:

  • State-of-the-art digital imaging to evaluate the severity of the fracture
  • Immobilization of the fracture using a cast, splint or brace
  • Performance of a minimally invasive surgery, if necessary
  • Post-operative rehabilitation, therapy and ongoing care
  • Durable medical equipment such as crutches, boots and more

Help When You Need It.

Fast, efficient and effective, we offer same day appointments for fractures and immediate delivery of digital imaging results to your doctor, which helps speed diagnosis and treatment.

Instant Insight Via Digital Images.

Our doctors and surgeons have Digital X-Rays and orthopedic-specific MRIs at their disposal. Best of all, results are read by our team of board-certified orthopedic radiologists for exceptional accuracy.

Treating Your Fracture With Casts, Splints and Braces.

Fortunately, most fractures do not require surgery. Once your doctor has evaluated your fracture and repositioned the broken bones he/she may apply a plaster or fiberglass cast to immobilize the bones so they will be in proper position to heal correctly. For those with less severe fractures, your doctor may treat your fracture with a brace or splint that enables you to enjoy some movement of nearby joints.

Stay Mobile with Durable Medical Equipment.

Ventura Orthopedics carries an array of quality medical equipment such as boots, braces, crutches and more, and oftentimes can outfit you with the equipment you need immediately following your appointment.

Find Orthopedic Fracture Experts at Ventura Orthopedics

At Ventura Orthopedics, our world-class team of orthopedic doctors, surgeons and therapists have the knowledge and experience to evaluate your fracture and develop a custom plan for treatment. We have an enviable record of successfully treating all types of fractures. If you have been injured or suspect you may have broken a bone, talk to the experts at Ventura Orthopedics today. We offer the latest advancements in treatments and look forward to helping you feel whole again.

Common Foot and Ankle Issues.

At Ventura Orthopedics, our dedicated foot and ankle team has the knowledge and experience to evaluate, diagnose and treat a number of conditions, including, but not limited to:

  • Changes in feeling or appearance
  • Inability to perform activities
  • Loss of function
  • Numbness
  • Pain and tenderness
  • Swelling

Symptoms of Foot and Ankle Problems.

According to recent research, three out of four Americans will experience serious foot problems in their lifetime. A few common symptoms associated with foot and ankle issues include:

  • Arthritis
  • Bunions
  • Corns
  • Deformities
  • Diabetic Foot
  • Flat Feet
  • Fractures
  • Gout
  • Hammertoes
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Neuromas
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Sprains
  • Strains

Find Sure Footing at Ventura Orthopedics.

If just one of the 260+ interworking parts of your feet or ankles is injured or misaligned, mobility can become painful if not impossible. Fortunately, Ventura Orthopedics’ experienced and dedicated team of foot and ankle specialists have you covered. Our doctors, surgeons and therapists have an enviable record of successfully treating the full spectrum of foot and ankle problems. If you are concerned about foot or ankle symptoms you are experiencing, talk to the caring foot and ankle experts at Ventura Orthopedics today. We care about your health and look forward to waiting on you hand-and-foot — and ankle.

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