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Penn Orthopaedics brings together teams of physicians, surgeons, nurses and physical therapists who have a special focus in diagnosing, treating and studying certain orthopaedic conditions. We call these areas of focus or specialties "programs and centers."
Our programs and centers allow us to bring new advancements in technology and more treatment options to the forefront of orthopaedic medicine, as well as create more personalized treatment plans for our patients.
Learn about each of our orthopaedic programs and centers below.
The Penn Center for Advanced Cartilage Repair and Osteochondritis Dissecans Treatment is dedicated to cartilage repair and osteochondritis dissecans (OCD).
The Penn Center for the Female Athlete at Penn Medicine specifically focuses on treating the bone, muscle and joint conditions of physically active women.
If you suffer from chronic hip pain, there may be alternatives to replacement. The Penn Hip Preservation Center performs various types of surgical intervention to delay or prevent the onset of arthritis and the need for hip replacement.
The Penn Joint Replacement Program brings together a team of doctors, nurses and physical therapists who take a whole-body approach to diagnosing and treating hip and knee arthritis and chronic pain.
Penn Neuro-Orthopedics offers the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment for conditions like brain injury and stroke.
The Penn Medicine Orthopaedic Oncology program offers expert sarcoma care. With a team of orthopaedic surgeons, oncologists, musculoskeletal radiologists and pathologists ready to see you--our program is unmatched in the Philadelphia region.
We know you want to get back to your favorite activities. Learn about our unique approach to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries.
Broken bones, regardless of their complexity, require specialized care. The experts at the Penn Orthopaedic Trauma and Fracture program offer treatment, surgical reconstruction, and long-term rehabilitation for all types of fractures.
The Penn Regenerative Sports Medicine Program uses leading non-surgical treatments to strengthen the body’s natural healing process.