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Prime provides specialized orthopedic expertise, state-of-the-art technology, and concierge care. Our specialties cover a wide range of orthopedic conditions, from basic surgeries to complex reconstructions. Whatever the situation, our goal is to work diligently to correct your ailments, restoring you to your active lifestyle in the shortest time possible. Advanced operating rooms, paired with cutting-edge technology, allow our surgeons to provide the highest standards in medical care. 

  • Elbow
  • Foot & Ankle
  • GI
  • Hand & Wrist
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Spine & Spine Surgery
  • Sports Medicine


The elbow is one of the most important joints in the human body and is crucial for day-to-day activity. Broken arms can make life difficult. How to know if elbow surgery is needed? Possible signs may include: aching in the joint, followed by periods of relative relief, pain after extensive use, reduced elbow motion, joint stiffness after periods of inactivity or rest, and/or pain that seems to increase in humid weather.

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Foot & Ankle

When left untreated, pain in your foot or ankle can dramatically impact your mobility and quality of life. Our specially trained team will deliver comprehensive medical and surgical care using the most advanced foot and ankle surgical techniques. In addition to surgical correction of painful bunions, hammertoes, and other forefoot ailments, we perform complex reconstructive surgical procedures.

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Gastrointestinal diseases, such as infections, inflammation, and cancer, can affect any part of the GI tract, including the esophagus, stomach, and intestines. An endoscopy or colonoscopy can help identify causes of GI discomfort, pain, or irregularities, and when performed routinely can be an important step in detecting colorectal cancer early.

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Hand & Wrist

Hand or wrist injuries, or tenderness caused by inflammation or arthritis, can significantly reduce your mobility and limit the number or activities you can safely perform. Orthopedic surgery is often the best solution to resolve the underlying conditions that cause chronic pain in the wrist or hand. You can trust our experienced surgeons to provide excellent care and help you find relief from your discomfort.

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Hip replacement surgery is intended to relieve pain and improve hip function. If you are considering total hip replacement surgery, the good news is you are not alone. According to recent data, more than 340,000 such procedures are performed in the U.S each year. Even better, the US Department of Health and Human Services considers total hip replacement to be one of the most successful and cost effective interventions in medicine. In fact, the success rate for hip replacements 10 years after surgery is 90-95% (1). (Footnote: 1. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeon website.

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Knee surgery may be suggested when all other conservative measures have failed to provide a successful solution. Annually, this common procedure is performed on more than 600,000 people worldwide. From recent advances in surgical techniques and implant design, patients have experienced dramatic improvement in knee pain, function, and overall mobility.

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The shoulder has a wide range of motion that increases risk of injury. Fractures and arthritis are two of the more common root causes of shoulder pain. Some shoulder instability can be treated with rest followed by rehabilitation. A physician may recommend surgery for patients with more complicated injuries or cases of recent instability. Surgery may also be recommended for younger patients who are experiencing a dislocation for the first time and may have a high risk of recurrence, further damage, or limited activity.

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Spine & Spine Surgery

If you are experiencing continuous pain or instability in the back or spine, it may be time to consult a physician to discuss spine surgical options. Spine surgeries are generally not performed until more conservative rehabilitative measures have been tried. There has been a significant increase in the number of spine procedures that are now performed as an outpatient surgery. This means that the patient will go home the same day as the surgery, instead of having to stay overnight at the hospital.

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Sports Medicine

Sports injuries happen. Unfortunately, many athletes do not consult a doctor and continue playing while injured, causing further damage. Common sports-related procedures are ACL reconstruction, knee arthroscopy, and rotator cuff repair.

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