At Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, our spine physicians offer surgical and nonsurgical treatment options to help relieve neck pain and restore your active lifestyle.

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The shoulder’s versatility makes it prone to injuries, particularly osteoarthritis from wear and tear and cartilage tears from overuse. Pain associated with these injuries can be so significant that lifting your arm above your head is difficult.

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At Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, our spine physicians offer surgical and nonsurgical treatment options to help relieve back pain and restore your active lifestyle.

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Numerous physicians at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics have devoted extensive training and research to evaluating and treating the hip joint. Damage to the bones or tissues of the hip can make walking, gardening, playing sports, or even sleeping unbearable as a result of the pain.

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Fractures, trauma that causes nerve damage arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome are all common injuries and disorders of the hand and wrist. Because nearly every activity requires the use of our hands, these afflictions can keep us from performing even the most basic tasks at home, work, or play

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Elbow specialists at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics provide surgical and nonsurgical treatment of acute and chronic elbow conditions. Common injuries or diseases result from repetitive motion or excessive stress on the joint.

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No other joint hurts people and hinders their lifestyle more than the knee. Physicians at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics have specialized training in evaluating and treating these important weight-bearing joints.

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Northern Arizona Orthopaedics

Founded in 1972 as a single-physician practice, Northern Arizona Orthopaedics is now the region’s largest orthopaedic practice. Our 14 physicians see patients in Flagstaff and Prescott Valley, providing the most experienced and specialized care of bone and joint injuries/disorders in Northern Arizona.

We care for the back, neck, shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist, hip, knee, and foot and ankle. Our physicians and team of physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical support staff work together to help our patients return to an active lifestyle. Patients of all lifestyles—from the Lumberjacks to the casual activity-goer—trust us with their care.

We are dedicated to helping you relieve your pain and resuming your favorite activities. This has been our tradition since 1972.