Orthopedic Conditions & Specialties
Whether it is the treatment of immediate, chronic, or work-related injuries, the orthopedic surgeons at Woods Mill Orthopedics strive to provide our patients with quality orthopedic care. We make a special effort to explain your condition, medication, and treatment plan to the fullest extent. For diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic conditions, please call (314) 576-7013 to schedule an appointment at one of our orthopedic clinics.
Our physicians are board-certified and fellowship-trained in the following areas:
Our sports medicine team will help you recuperate and regain function after a sports injury. Treatment for an injury can include medication, injections, physical therapy, or surgery.
Hip pain can make moving around difficult, especially with age. Learn how Woods Mill Orthopedics can help to correct a dislocated hip.
Schedule an appointment with our orthopedic specialists if you have an injury or condition of the foot or ankle.
Our orthopedic doctors provide non-surgical and surgical treatment when needed for injuries or conditions of the fingers, hand, or elbow.
If you suffered a shoulder injury that is now causing pain and limited range of motion, schedule a consultation to get treatment as soon as possible.
The ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and bones that make up the knee joint are susceptible to injury and degenerative conditions. Acute knee injuries usually require immediate treatment.
Whether you experience pain from a recent injury, or need help in diagnosing a condition that has worsened over time, the podiatrists of Woods Mill Orthopedics are here to help!
Specialized Orthopedic Procedures
Arthritis pain of the knee, hip, or shoulder can be treated with joint replacement surgery. Find out if you’re a good candidate!
Lipogems injections use fat cells to repair, replace, cushion, or support arthritic or painful joints. These joint pain injections are an alternative to surgery done in our office under a local anesthetic. Dr. Spitzfaden and Dr. Rames perform Lipogems injections in Chesterfield, MO.
An anterior approach hip replacement goes in between muscles and tendon, instead of splitting or cutting them during surgery. Most patients are candidates for this type of hip replacement, and it can result in shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery time.