Orthopaedic Services in Sylvania
Orthopaedic Close to Home
“I wish I would have done it sooner.”
That’s the sentiment we’ve heard again and again from people who have experienced world-class surgery and rehab at ProMedica Flower Hospital, A Division of ProMedica Toledo Hospital. Whether you're suffering from arthritis, a herniated disc, osteoporosis, a sports injury, or tendinitis, we have the sub-specialists and orthopaedic surgeons, right here in metro Toledo, who can get you back to doing what you love.
Trust your local orthopaedic experts.
Why Trust Your Orthopaedic Care to ProMedica Flower Hospital?
When you choose Flower Hospital your are connected with a hospital and network of experts who are unrivaled in the region when it comes to providing joint and bone care. Our board-certified surgeons regularly perform top orthopaedic procedures and surgeries including:
- Total hip and total knee replacements
- Spine surgery to alleviate pain from fractures
- Joint fusions
- Sports medicine (scopes)
Besides the experience and expertise of our doctors, we’re in the business of caring for the health and well-being of those in our community, as well as those in our hospitals. That’s one of the reasons Becker’s named ProMedica Flower Hospital, A Division of ProMedica Toledo Hospital, among the "100 Great Community Hospitals". Our caring, compassionate staff is here for you.
And patients who want to learn more about their scheduled surgery can attend a FREE Pre-Op University class. Patients get detailed information about how to prepare for surgery; what to expect before, during and after surgery; the role of physical therapy in recovery; and options for care after surgery.
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Find a Doctor Near You for Expert Care
Don’t let joint pain keep you from doing the things you love. The experts at ProMedica can help get you back to living 100%. Make an appointment today.
Find an orthopaedic expert near you.
Managing Your Pain for a More Comfortable Recovery
Managing your pain is a top priority. After surgery, you will feel some pain. This is a
natural part of the healing process. But, your doctor and nurses will work to reduce your pain, which can help you recover from surgery faster. For many of our patients, the physician uses a pain pump to help reduce post-operative pain. Using a pain pump provides several benefits including taking less pain medicine, such as narcotics, and fewer side effects like nausea, itching and constipation.
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