When it comes to your bones, joints and muscles, you should expect more from your healthcare providers. Our nationally recognized orthopedic experts are here to get you back to feeling like yourself again. As one of the most advanced orthopedic programs in our region, we offer leading-edge techniques and procedures to treat injury and disease of the bones and joints, from simple fractures to sports injuries to more advanced cases like spine procedures.
Our orthopedic program has been recognized and awarded numerous times, including:
- 2020 CMS 5 Star Award for Patient Experience and Quality Outcomes
- America’s Best Hospital for Orthopedic Surgery in 2018, 2019, and 2020
- Healthgrades Orthopedic Surgery Excellence Award in 2018, 2019, and 2020
- Healthgrades Joint Replacement Excellence Award in 2019 and 2020
- Five-Star Recipient for Total Hip Replacement in 2020
- Five-Star Recipient for Hip Fracture Treatment in 2018, 2019, and 2020
- Named among the top 5% in the nation for overall orthopedic services in 2019 and 2020
- Named among the top 10% in the nation for overall orthopedic services in 2018, 2019, and 2020
- Named among the top 10% in the nation for joint replacement in 2019 and 2020
Our orthopedic program is located at both Selby General Hospital Campus and Sistersville Department of Specialty Care. It also houses our individualized surgical suites, specialized therapy program, and dedicated team. We are ready to make your full recovery a fast and successful one – from head to toe.
Our orthopedic professionals have a range of training and expertise to serve our patients in the way that is best for them. Our expertise include:
- ACL reconstruction
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Back pain
- Bunion and hammertoe correction
- Carpal tunnel surgery
- Cartilage restoration
- Fracture repair
- Hand surgery
- Hip and knee replacement surgery
- Hip and knee revision surgery
- Ligament and tendon repair
- Neck pain
- Outpatient total joint replacement surgery
- Partial knee replacement surgery
- Rotator cuff repair
- Shoulder replacement surgery
- Sports medicine
In addition to our many treatment options, our providers are also happy to offer services to enhance your healthcare experience.
You’ll receive a thorough evaluation by our physical and occupational therapists on the day after your surgery. Our therapy team carefully considers your needs, lifestyle, and comfort level as they determine the best course of rehabilitative therapy. Post-operative rehabilitation occurs on a one-to-one basis at your bedside and includes transfer, balance training as well as a thorough review of available adaptive equipment.
To learn more about our therapy program, visit our Therapy Services page.
A Comfortable Environment for You
Our inpatient units at Selby General Hospital are just one component of our complete medical, diagnostic, and surgical program, with many amenities to enhance patient comfort that helps facilitate healing. Our individual units were designed based on research that links recovery with your physical environment. These suites are designed to manage patient recovery from surgery and therapy needs all in one location. Our operating rooms bring together the space needed to accommodate the technology and an environment that provides the best possible outcome for you.
Whether you are a young, competitive athlete; a weekend warrior; or just enjoy being active, you need us on your side. Our experienced team of board-certified sports medicine and orthopedic providers, athletic trainers, and rehabilitation specialists are leading with a full range of care. We offer a comprehensive program geared toward diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of operative and non-operative injuries. We also provide valuable guidance on injury prevention and performance plans. We make it easy to get the care you need, so you can get back on your feet.
We accept patients 8 years and older. No referral is necessary.
- We offer brace fitting for:
- Chronic pain treatments
- Consultations regarding the effects of exercise on the following conditions:
- Coronary artery disease
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Fibromyalgia syndrome
- Infections mononucleosis
- Exercise prescriptions for:
- Medically-monitored weight loss
- Sedentary adults
- Competitive adult athletes
- Competitive youth athletes
- Fracture care, including:
- Cast immobilization for non-displaced, minimally-angulated fractures
- Growth plate fractures
- Single metacarpal fractures
- Buckle/forearm fractures
- Avulsion fractures of ankle, pelvis, and wrist
- Non-surgical orthopedics and neurology
- Workers’ compensation cases for Ohio and West Virginia
High School Athletics Program
In 2016, we began contracting with local high schools to provide full-time athletic training services. Our certified athletic trainers are designated to each contracted school and are on site for sports practice and game coverage, as well as during and after school, to provide treatment for injuries. We are interested in growing our athletic training program. All therapy and physician services are offered to all athletes from any school.
Our multidisciplinary approach to the health and well-being of athletes is comprised of a team of athletic trainers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech language pathologists who work closely with our sports medicine and orthopedic physicians who have committed to being on-call or attending your sporting events. To learn more about this program, please reach out to Whitnie Pinkson, practice management supervisor, at (740) 263-7406.
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