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Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin is committed to providing the highest quality specialized musculoskeletal care to the patients and communities we serve. Our physician subspecialties include hand and upper extremity, spine, arthroplasty, total joint reconstruction, sports medicine, foot, and ankle surgeries. Click on the below links to know more about their services.

Sports Medicine

Sports medicine is the prevention and treatment of injuries and disorders commonly related to participation in sports or physical activity. Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin’s Sports Medicine Division leads the region in treating all levels of athletes: young or old, amateur or pro. In addition, OAW Physical Therapy is located adjacent to our physician clinic – a convenient means for athletes to resume their sport.

Sports Medicine

Physical & Occupational Therapy

We understand that being injured can be stressful, painful, and intrusive on your lifestyle. That’s why our Physical & Occupational Therapy professionals are knowledgeable, friendly, and committed to providing you the highest quality care possible. Our top priority is helping you return to the activities you enjoy through a comprehensive rehabilitation that considers your goals and your activity level. If your injury requires surgery, completing your Physical or Occupational Therapy at OAW allows our staff to provide you with exceptional care by maintaining communication with your surgeon.

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a portion of your blood with high levels of platelets, which contain many important growth factors. Patients experiencing chronic tendon injuries who have experienced pain for more than three months and have tried conservative treatments (rest, bracing, medications, physical therapy) may consider PRP injections. Examples of chronic tendon injuries include lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfer's elbow), patellar tendinitis, Achilles tendonitis, and plantar fasciitis.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

Stem Cell Injections

Stem cell injections have had a recent and growing rise in popularity in the field of orthopaedics. Patients seek out this form of treatment as a means to decrease pain, improve function, and prolong the time before needing surgery. Physicians at Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin (OAW) have taken a cautious approach to offering stem cell injections to our patients. Let’s take a closer look as to why.

Stem Cell Injections

Workers’ Compensation

Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin’s physicians are experts at diagnosing, evaluating, and treating work-related injuries. Our workers' compensation administrative and medical specialists have extensive experience in managing and coordinating the needs and concerns of patients, employers, insurance carriers, and rehabilitation consultants. We ensure a smooth transition from diagnosis to evaluation to rehabilitation.

Workers’ Compensation

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

An MRI scan is often helpful for diagnosing orthopaedic conditions. Though the process requires elaborate technology, the patient experience is painless and noninvasive. Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin provides MRI services at our Pewaukee location. We utilize the most up-to-date technology along with friendly personnel to make the procedure efficient and comfortable.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Tendon Pain Treatment

Tenex Health TX is a minimally invasive treatment designed to address chronic tendon pain. It is designed to remove the source of the pain, just like open surgery, in a minimally invasive manner. It requires only local anesthetic and only a small adhesive bandage is used to aid healing - no stitches or sutures are required.

Tendon Pain Treatment

Anesthesia

Our goal is to make your surgical procedure positive, safe and as comfortable as possible. That’s why our anesthesiologists-through consultation and expertise-work with you to determine the best protocol based on your health, procedure, and lifestyle. Anesthesia falls into three main categories. Though best practices for each procedure typically inform the type of anesthesia we use, we do take patient preferences into consideration when possible.

Anesthesia

If you wish to be advised on the most appropriate treatment, please call to schedule an appointment or click to request an appointment online.