If you need care, don’t delay. We’re open, safe and ready to care for you. During this time, it’s especially important to seek care for symptoms that concern you as well as manage chronic conditions.
Care is available in many ways, including video visits. You can talk with your doctor and receive the same personalized care, expert answers and a treatment plan tailored to you. We’re also offering in-person visits, phone visits and our 24/7 online clinic, virtuwell.com.
We’re also offering convenient COVID-19 drive-up testing at several clinics. Take our online screening to determine if you should be tested. For more information on COVID-19, visit our COVID-19 information page.
Our board-certified orthopedic doctors are nationally recognized for leading the way in innovative orthopedic treatment.
Knowing matters. We use the latest research and technology to get you answers and work together to choose the treatment plan that’s best for you.
From the first appointment, we’re here to help get you better and back to what you love.
Whether an injury happens on the field, the ice or walking around the neighborhood, our goals are finding out what’s wrong and quickly getting you on the path to recovery. From broken bones to torn ligaments, joint pain and concussions – we’ll help you find answers and create a personalized treatment plan.
For over a decade, TRIA has been a leading provider of orthopedic treatment in the Twin Cities. We built Minnesota’s first walk-in orthopedic urgent care and developed innovative programs – like the TRIA Sport Concussion Program, which was the first of its kind for comprehensive concussion evaluation and treatment.
And with TRIA’s Hotel Recovery program, we can perform more surgeries at our state-of-the-art outpatient surgery centers as patients recover in the comforts of a nearby hotel. This significantly reduces patients’ out-of-pocket costs and helps replace a hospital stay with a comfortable, soothing hotel environment.
We continue to provide the highest standard of orthopedic treatment in the Twin Cities. From non-surgical treatment to minimally invasive procedures, TRIA combines orthopedic research, education and treatment all in one location.
Orthopedics is the area of medicine that treats your musculoskeletal system – the bones and muscles that work together to make your body move. Within orthopedics, many doctors specialize in certain areas, including sports medicine, orthopedic trauma and joint replacement.
When you are injured during exercise or while participating in a sport, doctors who specialize in sports medicine can help you recover and get you back to the activities you love. Sports medicine doctors also give advice on nutrition, exercise, athletic performance and injury prevention.
TRIA is our comprehensive center for orthopedic and sports medicine treatment delivered by a team of nationally recognized specialists.
We provide knee, hip, ankle, shoulder and other joint replacements using the latest in innovative, minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible.
When back and neck pain limit your ability to do daily activities, our orthopedic doctors and physical therapists can help you improve your spinal fitness and reduce pain.
We work with you to diagnose the cause of back pain and develop a personal treatment plan based on your needs and goals. We offer a variety of services to help relieve neck and back pain, from chiropractic treatment to physical rehabilitation. Our goal is to help you heal without surgery, but your rehabilitation doctors, therapists and surgeons will always work together to help you decide on the best options for you.
When an accident causes broken bones, fractures near a joint or other serious injury to bones, muscles and tendons, our orthopedic trauma surgeons offer the highest level of care.
With specialty-trained surgeons and a Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, our Regions Hospital team is one of the largest orthopedic trauma groups in the country, capable of handling every injury in the body through highly focused orthopedic subspecialists.
Our doctors use the latest research and technology to diagnose bone, joint or muscle conditions. Here’s how we diagnose common orthopedic conditions:
Physical exam – Our doctors will complete a physical exam to check for things like swollen joints, misalignment of bones and muscles that aren’t working properly. We’ll look at your physical range of motion, reflexes, strength and flexibility. This can be uncomfortable, but your provider will be as gentle as they can in order to obtain the most information possible while maximizing your comfort.
Diagnostic tests – Depending on the type of suspected injury or illness, your doctor may order diagnostic tests. Common ones include:
You deserve orthopedic care that’s designed just for you. We use the latest in research and technology to recommend the best treatment plan. We’ll help you understand your options and work with you to achieve your health goals – whether that’s running your next marathon or running errands.
Orthopedic treatment plans can include:
Our surgeons perform surgery on bones, joints, muscles and tendons throughout the body. You can turn to us for a full range of surgical options. Some of the most common surgeries we perform include:
Orthopedists diagnose and treat conditions of the musculoskeletal system (your bones, joints, muscles and nerves). There are many general orthopedists, but many specialize in specific parts of the body. Some orthopedic doctors perform surgery, while others focus on sports medicine, managing pain or treating trauma.
You can walk into orthopedic urgent care with no appointment needed. Orthopedic urgent care is best for immediate orthopedic or sports medicine needs such as a sports-related concussion or a strain, sprain, break or fracture that involves your bones, joints, ligaments or muscles.
We accept most health insurance plans, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, CIGNA, HealthPartners, Medica, Medicare, PreferredOne and many others.
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