Capital Ortho comprises of leading orthopedic specialists in Jackson, MS. Our facility offers treatment programs for general orthopedic & sports medicine conditions and is designed with the latest advances in treatment and technology in mind.
Our orthopedic services include
Apart from management of hip arthritis, our hip replacement services include
Knee Replacement Services include
Our surgeons manage painful elbow conditions such as tennis elbow, bursitis, advanced arthritis, stiff elbow and muscle and tendon ruptures. We also manage single and recurring dislocations of the elbow. This includes fractures which vary from being very simple to very complex. We treat nerve injuries or compressions around elbow, bone and joint infections, congenital elbow problems, contractures around the elbow, sports and work-related elbow problems and complex reconstructive problems of the elbow. Our group also performs complex arthroscopic elbow surgery.
Common problems of the shoulder include disorders of the rotator cuff; shoulder instability (dislocations and separations); fractures of the upper end of the arm (humerus), collarbone (clavicle), and shoulder blade (scapula) and arthritic conditions of the shoulder.
Our specialists treat painful shoulder conditions such as bursitis, tendonitis, calcium deposition, advanced arthritis, rotator cuff tears and frozen shoulder.
Our surgeons provide comprehensive evaluation and management for a wide range of conditions of hand and wrist, including:
Our surgeons treat a wide variety of foot and ankle disorders, including:
Once perceived as discipline concerned only with repairing athletes’ traumatic injuries, sports medicine is now recognized as a medical science that is expanding the understanding of the body’s integrated response to all forms of physical activity. Our Surgeons can help you prevent and recover from injuries, whether you are a world class athlete or just slightly active.
Acute sports injuries include:
Orthopedic trauma conditions include fractures and dislocations as well as severe soft tissue injuries caused by traumatic events. Common orthopedic traumatic injuries include femoral and tibial shaft fractures, acetabular and pelvic fractures, hand and upper extremity injuries, foot and ankle injuries, among many others.
Physiotherapy involves the assessment and treatment of disorders of the musculo-skeletal and nervous systems causing impaired physical function. The goal of the physical therapist is to enhance the individual’s capacity for functional movement, thereby maximizing independence.
X-rays allow your physician to evaluate problems of the bone and joints. Very often during the course of your treatment or evaluation for an orthopedic condition your physician may require X-rays to evaluate your progress or to determine the cause of a problem. At our clinic diagnostic X-ray facilities are available at each office location for prompt evaluation and patient convenience.
These are continually staffed whenever any doctor is consulting, which covers most of the week.
Patients may be referred for x-rays from outside. X-rays can therefore be arranged prior to consultations.
If you have an orthopedic Condition and wish to be advised on most appropriate treatment, please call (601) 987-8200 our office to schedule an appointment or click to request an appointment online.