Tired of Dealing With Knee Pain?
Knee pain can make it harder to complete errands and move around your home. Thankfully, you don’t have to live with it. Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates performs knee replacement surgeries, or knee arthroplasties, to qualified individuals in Kennewick and Pasco, WA.
We work to relieve pain by resurfacing damaged parts of the knee joint. Schedule an appointment at one of our three orthopedic clinics today to discuss the possibility of knee replacement surgery.
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Knee replacement surgery is a good option for those with severe arthritis or those who have experienced a knee injury. When you inquire about surgery, our team of experienced, certified and knowledgeable doctors will:
- Assess your needs
- See if you’re a good candidate for the surgery
- Answer any questions
- Schedule the surgery
During surgery, a doctor will cap the ends of your bones in the knee joint using metal and plastic parts. If you’re ready to start the process, contact our orthopedic clinic today.
Don’t Let Carpal Tunnel Make Your Day Difficult
Do your fingers feel numb? Is it hard to write or use a computer mouse? If so, you may benefit from carpal tunnel surgery or carpal tunnel release.
Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates employs a team of certified doctors in Kennewick and Pasco, WA who can treat carpal tunnel syndrome through surgery. After assessing your needs, we’ll decide if you’re a good candidate for the surgery and schedule an appointment at one of our three locations. Contact our orthopedic clinic today to schedule a consultation.
WHAT CAUSES CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME?
Doctors once thought that carpal tunnel syndrome was caused by repetitive hand and wrist motions. However, it’s now known that carpal tunnel is caused by:
- Congenital predisposition
- Repetitive use of a vibrating tool
- Injuries, like sprains and fractures
No matter what caused the condition, carpal tunnel surgery can help reduce pain. Set up an appointment with our orthopedic clinic right away to discuss the surgery with a knowledgeable doctor.
Have you exhausted your treatment options for severe joint pain? Total joint replacement is a routine orthopedic procedure with a high rate of success. Nearly 775,000 Americans have a knee or hip replaced each year. Trust your local orthopedic specialists for total joint replacement in the Kennewick and Pasco, WA areas.
SPEAK WITH YOUR LOCAL JOINT REPLACEMENT SPECIALISTS
An orthopedic specialist at our hip and knee replacement orthopedic clinic will develop a personalized treatment plan for you. Visit Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates for:
- Hip replacement-we perform a total hip replacement when the cartilage covering the surface of the bones and joint is worn away. Bone rubbing against bone causes severe pain and limits motion.
- Knee replacement-knees joints can be either totally or partially replaced depending on the specific diagnoses and patient’s age. The most common cause of knee cartilage loss is from osteoarthritis. The goal of our knee replacement is to improve movement and eliminate pain.
We value open communication with our patients and will answer all of your questions about the procedure. Contact us today to learn more about our total joint replacement surgeries in Kennewick or Pasco, WA.
Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates has been a leading hip and knee replacement orthopedic clinic for over 30 years. Our team will take the time to go through your diagnoses and develop the right treatment plan for you.
Call today to schedule an initial consultation for total joint replacement in our Pasco or Kennewick, WA office.
Restore Dexterity and Function
Losing mobility in your hands and shoulders lowers your overall quality of life in profound ways. What was once a simple motion now becomes a difficult or impossible chore. If you’re dealing with severe pain and loss of dexterity, contact your local hand surgeon at Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates in Kennewick or Pasco, WA.
Visit our specialists for carpal tunnel surgery, tendon repair, fracture treatments and more. Don’t let arthritis, cysts or past trauma limit your mobility. Call today to schedule a consultation with a skilled hand surgeon in Pasco or Kennewick, WA.
HOW CAN WE ALLEVIATE YOUR PAIN?
While carpal tunnel surgery is the one of the most common hand procedures in America, we also specialize in a number of other surgery procedures. Learn more about options like:
- Shoulder arthroscopy
- Rotator cuff tear repair
- Clavicle excision and resection
- Wrist/thumb arthroplasty
- Wrist/hand arthroscopy
- Nerve and tendon repair
We also provide therapeutic exercise and custom splinting to help structures heal properly after surgery. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons always look for the most effective treatment options for the best possible results. Contact us today to see how we can aid in your pain relief in the Kennewick or Pasco, WA area.
Get Back On Your Feet
Severe foot or ankle pain can you leave you stationary, keeping you from enjoying the active lifestyle you love. Has a foot injury affected your ability to enjoy life without pain? Speak with an experienced podiatrist at Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates for treatment options in the Kennewick or Pasco, WA area.
Your certified foot and ankle specialist will assess the details of your condition and move forward with the best possible treatment for long-lasting success. Call 509-586-2828 today to work with a leading podiatrist in the Pasco or Kennewick, WA area.
DON’T LET SEVERE PAIN LIMIT YOUR MOBILITY
If you suffer from bone or joint issues, you need a skilled and experienced foot and ankle specialist who will care for your wellbeing. We offer comprehensive care for:
- Foot pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Heel pain and plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendonitis
- Arthritis in the foot and ankle
- Flatfeet and high arches
- Ankle sprain
- Bone inflammation (sesamoiditis)
- Claw toe and hammertoe
- Tendon repair
If possible, we will always seek noninvasive treatment options. Our own full-service physical therapy center is staffed by experienced physical therapists, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and a certified orthopedic specialist. Speak with your local podiatrist for answers to your questions in Pasco and Kennewick, WA.
Don’t Let Frequent Pain Slow Down Your Active Lifestyle
You don’t have to be a professional athlete to experience the effects of a sport injury. Anyone can suffer a sports-related injury that will limit mobility and decrease quality of life. If you’d like to get back into the game as quickly as possible, contact your local sports medicine clinic in the Kennewick or Pasco, WA area.
The board-certified sports medicine specialists at Benton Franklin Orthopedic Associates use nonsurgical and state-of-the-art arthroscopic surgery techniques to reduce pain and restore function. Call 509-586-2828 today to schedule a consultation at a leading sports medicine clinic. We have offices in Pasco and Kennewick, WA.
EXPERIENCE THE INCREDIBLE BENEFITS OF ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY
While noninvasive methods are always the first choice, arthroscopic surgery is amazingly beneficial for reduced scarring, postsurgical pain and recovery time. Our team treats the full range of sports-related injuries, including:
- Shoulder injuries, rotator cuff tear and impingement
- Elbow tendonitis
- Wrist and hand carpal tunnel
- Dupuytren’s contracture
- Knee problems
- Ankle sprains
- Foot injuries
Our team of specialists will work together to help you recover faster and stronger than ever before. Our five board-certified orthopedic surgeons always look for the most effective treatment options to achieve the best possible results.
Contact our sports medicine clinic today to learn more about our arthroscopic surgery options in Pasco and Kennewick, WA.
Physical and Occupational Therapy
At Benton-Franklin Orthopedic Associates, we have some of the best highly trained physical and occupational therapists, in the Tri-Cities area, along with state-of-the-art rehab facilities and equipment. Your therapist will evaluate your injury asking questions to better understand your current condition. They will prepare you to start light strengthening exercises or stretching to enhance your range of motion. Depending upon your unique needs you may receive a home exercise program and prescription medications to be taken as directed by your physician.
Some services your treatment plan may include are:
- Therapeutic exercise
Improves muscle imbalances and impairments through movement re-education, flexibility, strengthening and cardiovascular exercise.
- Manual therapy
Includes soft tissue mobilization, strain-counterstrain techniques, muscle energy techniques, traction, joint and spine mobilization.
Machines and equipment used to maximize the effects of physical therapy treatments include electrical stimulation, ultrasound, iontophoresis, paraffin.
Patients, family members and caregivers are educated about the patient’s condition, treatment plan, as well as a home exercise program.
- Functional training
Exercise and movement retraining focused on returning to normal function at home, in the community, at work and in sports. Examples include education in proper body mechanics and gait training.
Interventional Spine & Pain Management
Interventional Spine and Pain Management is a medical subspecialty that focuses on non-opiate treatment of pain and dysfunction through a variety of minimally invasive techniques including joint injections, nerve blocks, facet blocks, chemical and radiofrequency neurolysis, epidural steroid injections, peripheral nerve and spinal cord stimulation, as well as numerous other interventional techniques.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R), also known as physiatry, is a medical subspecialty that focuses on reducing pain and improving and restoring function in patients with physical disabilities. Physiatrists are experts in treating a wide array of conditions including musculoskeletal injury, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke.
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