Orthopedic Services at Mills-Peninsula
Mills-Peninsula Medical Center
1501 Trousdale Drive
Burlingame, CA 94010
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Mills-Peninsula Medical Center - San Mateo Campus
100 S. San Mateo Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401
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Mills-Peninsula offers a full range of surgery and rehabilitation programs for orthopedic injuries and conditions. Our post-surgical care unit offers specialized nursing care and therapies for people who have had orthopedic surgery in the hospital.
Many people find total joint replacements ease their pain and improve mobility, allowing them to lead more active and fulfilling lives. At the Advanced Joint Care & Replacement Center, our board-certified orthopedic surgeons specialize in hip and knee replacements. Joint replacement operations are successful and long-lasting for more than 90 percent of patients.
The experts at the Peninsula Orthopedic Ankle Center are dedicated to relieving your ankle pain and returning you to full function. Our board-certified orthopedic and podiatric surgeons specialize in advanced treatments such as total ankle replacement, ankle fusion, arthroscopic surgery for bone spurs and the Ilizarov technique, among other procedures. Our doctors are at the forefront of orthopedics. They encourage advancement in the field by participating in research and training other doctors.
Our podiatrists are expert in treating common and complex foot problems—from arthritis to bunions to plantar fasciitis and more. Our goal is to get you back on your feet, pain free, as quickly as possible. We start with conservative treatments—inserts, stretching and rest. We recommend surgery only when necessary, and we use the least invasive techniques appropriate for your problem. Our board-certified surgeons are expert in fusions, bunion surgery, metatarsal surgery, hammertoe surgery, neuroma, tendon repair and reconstructive foot surgeries.
Our highly-trained specialists quickly and effectively help relieve pain, discomfort and lack of mobility from arthritis in hands and wrists, broken bones, sports injuries, carpal tunnel, Dupuytren's disease, tendonitis, tennis elbow, and many other conditions. They offer comprehensive services to relieve pain and restore mobility with and without surgery. Our specialists are board certified as plastic or orthopedic surgeons. They have also completed rigorous one-year fellowship training in hand surgery.
Doctors and staff at Mills-Peninsula offer comprehensive, compassionate care tailored to the special needs of older adults who fracture a hip. Our multidisciplinary team coordinates a personalized treatment plan for each patient, both in the hospital and after discharge. We begin physical therapy right after surgery to speed recovery. We also provide prevention and recovery support.
Shoulder injuries or arthritis can sideline you from many daily activities, even cooking and driving. Our orthopedic experts can help get you back to the life you love. They are expert in treating separated or dislocated shoulders, fractured shoulders, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears or disease, and arthritis, which may require total joint replacement. They use minimally-invasive arthroscopic surgery when possible, but also are expert in effective, time-tested approaches to treating shoulder problems.
Back, neck and leg pain are common. Fortunately, this pain usually goes away within a few weeks or months. When pain persists due to problems such as degenerative or herniated discs, spondylolisthesis, stenosis and osteoarthritis, among other problems, Mills-Peninsula spine surgeons can help. Our board-certified surgeons are expert in spinal fusion or interlaminar implant, laminectomy, disc replacement, discectomy, foraminotomy, including minimally invasive and laser surgeries.
Mills-Peninsula's experienced orthopedic surgeons know how to get your back on track, whether you’re a weekend warrior or a professional athlete. Our doctors specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries. We use the most advanced arthroscopic approaches, resulting in faster recovery time and less pain and scarring.