Feel the Glory. Not the Joint Pain.
Our Orthopedic services program is designed help to alleviate pain and increase mobility from a variety of disorders.
Chandler Regional offers a wide range of orthopedic services to address conditions associated with the musculoskeletal system—muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and joints—which maintains our body’s form and allows us to move.
Sports Medicine Program
Dignity Health and OrthoArizona Orthopedics have come together to develop a comprehensive, community-based sports medicine program for high school athletes.
Orthopedic Care from Head-To-Toe
Our Orthopedic services program is designed help to alleviate pain and increase mobility from a variety of disorders caused by sports injuries, trauma, degenerative diseases and other conditions.
The average adult human body has 206 bones and a countless number of joints, ligaments and tendons. With so many moving parts, it is understandable that there would be a long list of problems and orthopedic conditions that may affect the human body. Orthopedic conditions most commonly treated by our surgeons include sports injuries, fractures and degenerative diseases.
The surgical team at Chandler Regional performs a variety of orthopedic procedures to treat musculoskeletal disorders, sports injuries and degenerative diseases.
Chandler Regional’s orthopedic services include a variety of orthopedic diagnostic services to accurately determine the source of your pain and restore your mobility and health. Our specialists and surgeons use a wide range of orthopedic tests to identify and isolate the injury or degeneration. The results will help us plan the best course of treatment, including any orthopedic procedures needed to get you back to the activities you enjoy.
Chandler Regional offers an orthopedic care class for anyone who’s decided to undergo a hip or knee replacement, or is considering it. Knowing what to expect before, during and after your joint replacement will not only put your mind at ease, but it is key to a successful recovery.
Dealing with an orthopedic injury or preparing for surgery can be very stressful. The physical pain, discomfort and restricted mobility you may be experiencing make it even harder to deal with the ins and outs of testing, X-rays, blood work, doctor’s appointments and therapy sessions.
Learn More About Orthopedics
To find an orthopedic surgeon at Chandler Regional, please call us at 480.728.5414 Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Blue Care Distinction Certification
Blue Distinction® Specialty Care
Chandler Regional Medical Center is proud to earn the Blue Care Distinction certifications from Blue Cross Blue Shield. The hospital you select can have a direct impact on the care you receive and your procedure results, but finding the right facility can sometimes be a challenge. The Blue Distinction Specialty Care program identifies hospitals with proven expertise in delivering specialty care.
Chandler Regional Medical Center has earned the Blue Distinction® Center for Knee / Hip Replacement and Blue Distinction Center+ for Spine. It has lower complication rates and fewer hospital readmissions, In addition to being recognized for expertise in delivering specialty care.
- Knee and Hip Replacement centers provide inpatient knee and hip replacement services, including total knee and total hip replacement surgeries
- Spine Surgery centers provide inpatient spine surgery services, including discectomy, fusion and decompression procedures.
NOTE: Blue Distinction Centers (BDC) met overall quality measures for patient safety and outcomes, developed with input from the medical community. A Local Blue Plan may require additional criteria for facilities located in its own service area; for details, contact your Local Blue Plan.
Blue Distinction Centers+ (BDC+) also met cost measures that address consumers’ need for affordable health care. Each facility’s cost of care is evaluated using data from its Local Blue Plan. Facilities in CA, ID, NY, PA and WA may lie in two Local Blue Plans’ areas, resulting in two evaluations for cost of care; and their own Local Blue Plans decide whether one or both cost of care evaluation(s) must meet BDC+ national criteria.