When you need care for an orthopedic condition or sports injury, the specialists at Novant Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine - Ballantyne are here for you. Our team of board-certified surgeons are skilled in treating sports injuries and most general orthopedic conditions, as well as procedures including total joint arthroplasty and hand surgery. Our team is committed to listening to your concerns, using advanced tools to evaluate your condition and then creating a personalized treatment plan based on your wellness goals.
Our surgeons offer advanced techniques. This allows us to offer not only traditional orthopedic surgery but robot-assisted minimally invasive methods, including the direct anterior approach to hip surgery. These methods can reduce recovery times and sometimes mean you can be discharged on the same day as your procedure.
Your care team is committed to seeing you through your recovery. Before treatment, your providers will work with you to identify and address any health issues that could stand in your way of recovery. This can include smoking, unhealthy blood sugar levels or mental health conditions. After treatment, you can rely on our clinic to help you get rehabilitation services such as physical therapy, if necessary.
We also have a clinical sports psychologist who can offer support to improve mental health for athletes and optimize sports performance. We seek to holistically care for athletes through life experiences while enhancing athletic success and surgical outcomes.
Our services include:
- General orthopedic care
- Fracture care
- Pediatric fracture care
- Sports medicine
- Arthroscopy (a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose or treat a joint problem)
- Knee reconstruction
- Partial or total knee replacement, including Mako, a robot-assisted procedure
- ACL replacement
- Shoulder reconstruction
- Total hip replacement
- Elbow reconstruction
- Wrist sprain and strain care
- Cartilage repairs and reconstruction
- Treatment of soft-tissue injuries
- Care for overuse and repetitive motion injuries
- Clinical sport psychology
- Care for on-the-job injuries (Workers’ compensation care)