From broken limbs to aches and pains, patients receive individualized outpatient care at the MIHS Orthopedics Clinic located on the third floor of our Comprehensive Health Center, and inpatient care on the fourth floor of the main hospital campus in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Our clinic provides safe and effective care to over 1,000 patients a month, including pediatric patients. Each year we perform over 10,000 surgical and Nonsurgical procedures.
With 16 available inpatient rooms and a team of 69 doctors, physician assistants and nurses, we care for our patients by working together as a team and providing patient-centered health care.
Our team of experts is driven to assess and treat symptoms that lead to pain and immobility. Procedures including ligament stabilization, foot and ankle reconstruction, arthritis treatment and other specialized procedures are available to relieve pain and help patients return to their normal activities.
Appointments and Referral
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
To schedule an appointment with the Orthopedics Clinic, please call our appointment line at 602-344-5895.
Please note that referral requirements depend on each patient’s insurance. Referrals may be required to schedule an appointment. Patients may contact their primary care provider to request a referral.
Treatment and Services
The Orthopedic Clinic here at MIHS provides a variety of surgical and Nonsurgical outpatient and inpatient care including consultation, evaluation, pre- and post- surgical care. We specialize in general orthopedics and sport and trauma care for patients of all ages. Treatments provided:
Arthritis Treatment: a Nonsurgical procedure to help with knee, hip and shoulder arthritis.
Foot and Ankle reconstructive procedures.
Fracture Treatment: including surgical procedures to address severe fractures from ankle to femur and knee, and from shoulder to forearm. Non-surgical fracture treatments including casting and bracing.
Ligament Stabilization: a surgical procedure to stabilize the knee following a traumatic injury.
Poly-Trauma Care: surgical procedures for pelvic fixation and reconstruction, and fracture malunion/nonunion reconstruction.
Tendinopathy Treatment: nonsurgical modalities for tendon pain.