Orthopedic Surgery | Torrance Memorial | South Bay

Orthopedic Surgery

Experts in our Lundquist Orthopedic Institute have the depth of experience and available resources to offer a range of treatment options for replacement or reconstruction of the hip, knee, shoulder, or other joints. These approaches may include, among others:

  • Ankle - total ankle replacement
  • Hip - minimally invasive hip replacement, total hip replacement (arthroplasty, anterior and lateral approach), Birmingham hip resurfacing (BHR)
  • Knee - minimally invasive, partial, and total knee replacement (arthroplasty), ACL and MCL reconstruction
  • Shoulder - partial shoulder replacement (hemiarthroplasty), reverse total shoulder replacement, total shoulder replacement (arthroplasty), shoulder resurfacing
  • Elbow - UCL reconstruction (Tommy John surgery)

Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally-invasive technique used by orthopedic surgeons to diagnose and treat joint problems. Through a small incision, the surgeon inserts a narrow tube attached to a fiber-optic camera and lighting system to view the inside of joints. This allows surgeons to easily diagnose and treat the joint injury without extensive surgery and recovery. With direct access to joints, orthopedic surgeons are able to easily correct a number of joint issues such as ligament tears and arthritis. Pain following the procedure is minimal and often times, patients are back to resuming daily activities within a few days.

Our orthopedic surgeons at Torrance Memorial specialize in arthroscopic surgery. Our team of experts provides patients with appropriate and individual care in order to get those experiencing joint problems back to normal functioning.

Arthroscopic Surgery Conditions

  • Rotator cuff tendon tear
  • Impingement syndrome
  • Recurrent dislocations
  • Meniscal tears
  • Inflammed joint linings
  • Labels tears (SLAP and anterior or posterior tears)
  • Acromioclavicular joint injuries
  • Cartilage injuries
  • Posterior crudiate ligament tears
  • Patella instability
  • Chondromalacia (damaged or torn cartilage cushion)
  • Anterior cruciate ligament tears
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Loose bodies of bone and/or cartilage
  • Arthritis

Find Your Orthopedic Specialist

Call our free physician referral line and find an orthopedic specialist who meets your needs.

310-517-4700

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