Orthopaedic Trauma Injuries We Treat

From broken bones to bone healing complications, our orthopaedic trauma team has the resources and skills to handle all orthopaedic trauma injuries. Our Level 1 trauma center features operating tables specially designed for bone fracture surgeries. Experienced orthopaedic experts collaborate to provide good outcomes now and long after you've recovered.

Our Approach to Orthopaedic Trauma Injuries

Our orthopaedic trauma team works with some of the nation's top orthopaedic experts. They meet weekly to develop treatment plans for patients. You receive care that considers all aspects of your life and health.

Our program also features:

Complete Care

As a Level 1 trauma center, we provide total care for injuries. Our specialists remain your caregivers before, during and after surgery—offering both follow-up care and preventive care to help you avoid re-injury. Learn more about our Trauma Program.

Post-Traumatic Reconstruction

We are one of the few places in L.A. that can care for joint injuries with complications after initial treatment. Our team specializes in treating nonunions and malunions and in limb length correction and deformity correction. We also offer joint replacements to treat arthritis that develops after an injury. Learn more about reconstructive surgery after orthopaedic trauma.

Effective Pain Control

Our pain control measures lead to better outcomes for patients. We place less emphasis on narcotics and more on nerve blocks and non-narcotic medications, helping prevent addiction while effectively managing pain. Learn more about our Pain Center.

Geriatric Fracture Expertise

Our team cares for a large number of older patients who experience broken bones, including hip fractures and proximal humerus fractures in the upper arm. We provide optimal pain management and great outcomes—no matter how complex the injury.

Injuries We Treat

Joint Problems

  • Arthritis and progressive joint deterioration
  • Complex injuries around joints

Bone Issues

  • Bone fractures
  • Malunions (broken bones that are healing with deformity)
  • Nonunions (broken bones that have failed to heal)
  • Deformity correction (osteotomies)

Other Orthopaedic Conditions

  • Multiple injuries resulting from accidents, falls or other traumas
  • Infections
  • Limb lengthening/limb length discrepancies

Have Questions or Need Help?

For questions or assistance, call us or send a message to the Orthopaedic Trauma care team. You can also have us call you back at your convenience.

Orthopaedic Emergency Room
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Pacific Time (U.S.)
Available 24 hours a day