If pain from arthritis or injury is slowing you down or keeping you from activities you love, stop right now. Pain doesn’t have to rule your life. 

As orthopaedic experts dedicated to advancing treatments for joint pain, we know that better than most. Our highly experienced orthopaedic team successfully completes more than 3,000 joint procedures a year—and we hear from our patients all the time how drastically their lives have changed as a result. Patients who thought they’d never be able to play with their grandkids. Patients who assumed they’d never run again. Patients whose pain made them feel too depressed to do the things they love.

The Penn Orthopaedics team makes our nationally ranked medical center feel like a small community, focused on you. And they use the most advanced technology and facilities to personalize your care.

So while the prospect of orthopaedic surgery can feel daunting, don’t let fear get the best of you. Advances in techniques—from minimally invasive surgery to computer-assisted procedures—enable you to return faster than ever to your favorite activities, while technologically advanced materials will keep you going for the long haul.

Pick the spot on your body where you're experiencing pain, and learn about the treatments and procedures - both surgical and nonsurgical - that may be right for you.

In This Section

Foot and Ankle

Our orthopaedists use a multidisciplinary approach and the latest surgical techniques for all types of foot and ankle injuries and disorders.

Hand and Wrist

We treat the full spectrum of hand and wrist disorders including carpal tunnel syndrome and complex fractures.


Our orthopaedic experts develop personalized treatment plans to get patients back to living the way they did before hip pain.


From your first appointment through rehabilitation, our orthopaedic team is here to serve your needs, developing a personalized treatment plan specifically for you and your knee pain.

Shoulder and Elbow

Our shoulder and elbow specialists treat people who have shoulder or elbow injuries or problems such as arthritis.


At Penn Medicine, we treat a wide range of back and neck pain due to spinal cord injuries, scoliosis, herniated discs and spine deformities.

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