Trauma & Fractures

Injuries and accidents can leave you feeling shattered. Trust the experts at INTEGRIS Health to get you feeling whole again.

Putting the pieces back together again.

Healing Begins at INTEGRIS Health

If you’ve had a car accident, life-threatening fall, or a sports-related injury trust INTEGRIS Health for the experience and advanced training you need to feel whole again after you’ve suffered orthopedic trauma. Whether it’s a fracture or dislocation, the highly skilled physicians and surgeons at INTEGRIS Health have the experience and knowledge to heal your traumatic orthopedic conditions. From femoral and tibial shaft fractures, pelvic fractures, and spine and spinal cord injuries, to hand and upper extremity injuries, and foot and ankle injuries, you’ll receive the highest level of optimized care available.

Conditions We Treat

At INTEGRIS Health, our specialists have decades of experience in treating the following conditions:

  • Upper and lower extremity fractures, including long bone fractures
  • Fractures from high-energy trauma and multiple injuries
  • Isolated fractures and dislocations
  • Post-traumatic conditions such as malunions and nonunions (fractures that fail to heal properly) and osteomyelitis
  • Pelvic fractures and fractures of the acetabulum, as well as others involving the bones and joints


The physicians and surgeons at INTEGRIS Health treat fractures of the pelvis, upper and lower extremities, and post-traumatic orthopedic conditions both surgically and non-surgically:

  • Non-Surgical Treatments: Non-surgical treatments include immobilizing devices such as casts, splints, braces, and traction, as well as physical medicine and rehabilitation. Medications can also be used to treat fractures and traumatic injuries, such as antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Surgery: Surgical procedures are sometimes necessary to properly treat breaks or trauma injuries that are complicated, severe, or resistant to healing. Surgical treatments include fixating (keeping together) the broken parts of the bone using metal pins, screws, or plates.

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