PROCEDURES

Information About Orthopedic Procedures

At Interventional Orthopedics of Atlanta, Dr. Christopher Williams offers an array of innovative treatment options to treat acute and chronic orthopedic conditions. After properly diagnosing your condition, he will provide exceptional care with the use of state-of-the-art technologies and advanced procedures in our Atlanta, GA facility.

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Arthritis can occur in various forms and cause unpleasant symptoms that may necessitate an innovative treatment to allow you to live with comfort.

Bursitis is a condition that is caused by inflammation of the bursae that surround joints, causing pain in the hips, shoulders, knees, and elbows.

Tendinitis is a condition that occurs because of inflammation in a tendon, causing pain and tenderness to the surrounding areas.

A labral tear occurs when the ring of cartilage around the hip or shoulder sockets is damaged, causing pain and mobility issues if not treated.

A ligament sprain occurs when the length of tissue that connects bones together is stretched or torn due to an injury or another factor.

Joint instability occurs when tissues around a joint weaken or deteriorate, affecting the integrity and stability of the joint.

Radiculopathy is a condition that develops due to nerve roots being pinched or injured, occurring as either a cervical or lumbar condition.

Epicondylitis includes tennis elbow and golfer's elbow and is a form of tendinitis that causes pain in the elbow and arm due to repetitive motions.

Carpal tunnel syndrome develops due to increased pressure on the median nerve, which runs from the forearm to the wrist and aids in mobility.

Cubital tunnel syndrome, also known as ulnar nerve entrapment, affects the elbow, arm, and hands and requires treatments to prevent nerve damage.

A rotator cuff tear can occur due to an injury or be the result of everyday wear and tear, leading to significant pain and debilitating symptoms.

Degenerative disc disease can occur naturally as we age and may lead to pain and discomfort in the neck, back, and legs if not properly treated.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy utilizes the patient's own blood as a way to provide cell regeneration through a less invasive approach.

Demineralized bone matrix utilizes animal or human sources to create a product of collagen and growth factors for effective bone grafting.

Human amniotic membrane is used for regenerative purposes as an effective method to treat a wide variety of orthopedic conditions.

Prolotherapy is the use of an irritant that is injected into an area of the body to elevate the blood supply and cell growth for regeneration.

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