As a Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, the orthopedic surgery care team at Regions Hospital offers the highest level of care. Thousands of people each year turn to us for treatment of a full range of orthopedic injuries. And doctors from around the Twin Cities and the Upper Midwest often refer their patients to Regions Hospital. From small fractures to severe accidents with life-threatening damage to bones and muscles, we can help with:
We care for patients of all ages, including patients with multiple broken bones, compound fractures, fractures near a joint, and fractures of the pelvis.
We treat problems with broken bones, including infections and healing with poor bone alignment.
Call us at 651-254-8300 to make an appointment or talk with a nurse.
Many of our orthopedic trauma surgeons are also University of Minnesota Physicians. They bring a strong background in research and education to orthopedic surgery. Your care team also includes non-surgical orthopedic specialists, physical therapists and other specialists.
Preferred hospital of
the Minnesota Wild
Official hospital of
the St. Paul Saints
You'll find a full range of treatment related to fractures of hands, wrists, ankles and feet. We use advanced technologies and evidence-based medicine. That means we’re always looking for the best way to make you better.
Orthopedic surgeons at our St. Paul hospital partner with plastic surgeons, neurologists and other members of our care team. Together, we offer the highest level of care for people with broken limbs. We help correct a wide range of deformities to arms and legs – including short, crooked and non-healing bones. We also work to treat limb-threatening problems related to cancer, trauma or infection. And we can give care when bones don’t heal as they should.
A broken hip can be life changing. In fact, pelvic and acetabular fractures are some of the most serious injuries treated by orthopedic surgeons. We focus on effectively treating factures of the pelvis.
Our care team helps people with age-related bone fractures. We're one of five hospitals in the country certified as a geriatric fracture care program by the International Geriatric Fracture Society. That's the highest certification level possible.
Some orthopedic surgery and all follow-up appointments take place in our HealthPartners Specialty Center. It’s also located in St. Paul.
Patients can call us at 651-254-8300 to make an appointment or talk with a nurse.