Samaritan Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center
Getting you moving with ease and pain free. That’s the goal of the skilled, multi-disciplinary team at Good Samaritan Hospital’s Orthopaedic Center. Our physicians have expertise in the full range of orthopedic conditions ranging from degenerative bone and joint problems to sports injuries. The hospital is known for particularly strong programs in joint replacement and reconstructive pelvic and hip surgeries.
Many orthopedic procedures can be performed using minimally invasive techniques that allow surgeons to separate muscles and soft tissue rather than cutting through them. This leads to less pain and quicker return to regular activities. And now with the advancements in robotic surgery hip and knee replacements are more precise than ever.
Good Samaritan Hospital is also involved in research into bone and cartilage disease, and the hospital’s USC Neuromuscular Center is a designated Jerry Lewis ALS Clinical and Research Center for the study of amyotropic lateral sclerosis and related disorders.
The comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services offered at the Samaritan Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center include the following:
- Degenerative bone and joint problems, including arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
- Joint replacement including total and partial hip and knee replacements
- Reconstructive pelvic and hip surgeries
- Foot and ankle conditions
- Carpal tunnel release and other hand-related surgeries
- Sports medicine
For more information about the Samaritan Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center call (213) 977-4013.
For a physician referral call 1 (800)- S-CARES (1-800-472-2737).