Twin Cities Spine Center provides a lifetime of care for patients, and the practice continues to offer the most advanced spine care available.
The origins of chronic pain are complex and include both psychosocial and physiologic components. Physicians’ Diagnostics & Rehabilitation Clinics (PDR) takes an innovative approach to rehabilitation that incorporates tenets of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to address function and psychosocial barriers and ensure optimal patient outcomes.
From managing easily corrected conditions using evidence-based treatment to helping patients who have extremely complex deformities in need of extensive supportive services, the team at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare orthopedics program is equipped to handle a full range of spinal health concerns.
Years of research and clinical trials have yielded the Diagnose, Manage and Rehabilitate (DMR) Method, an innovative technique for treating back pain.
Shriners Hospitals for Children - Twin Cities: For Pediatric Sports Medicine, Culture Makes a Difference
To create a fun and safe environment that patients perceive more as a home away from home than a specialty hospital, Shriners Hospital deploys a creative and collaborative approach to care.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Provides a Magnetic Solution for Pediatric Scoliosis and Limb-length Deficiencies
Surgical correction of early-onset scoliosis no longer requires multiple procedures over the course of several years. At Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare’s Pediatric Orthopedics program, specialists utilize an advanced magnetic system to deliver a less invasive treatment that enhances the patient’s quality of life.
Minnesota Valley Surgery Center is at the forefront of orthopedic innovation. By introducing MAKOplasty, a robot-assisted surgical modality that improves partial knee and total hip joint replacement outcomes by enhancing operative precision, Minnesota Valley Surgery Center is transforming arthritis treatment in the Twin Cities.
No Task Is Too Large for the Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Specialists at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Twin Cities
Shriners Hospitals for Children – Twin Cities is part of a network of 22 hospitals providing high-quality health care to pediatric orthopedic patients — regardless of a family’s ability to pay. Over the hospital’s 92-year history of providing quality care, patients have raved about the personal attention they receive and the quality services provided by the hospital’s Orthotic and Prosthetic (O&P) Department. New technology, coming this year, will continue that history of commitment to excellence.
Wiggle Your Toes is a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization that supports recovery and rehabilitation efforts for individuals who have suffered the loss of a limb.
Researching options for quality patient care is a daunting task; attempting to understand the cost of that care is even more difficult.
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