Conveniently located in the heart of Hamilton County, Riverview Orthopedics and Sports Medicine has everything a person with bone, muscle or joint pain needs to feel better again. We offer the very latest in orthopedic care, including: diagnosis, treatment, surgical, non-surgical, and rehabilitation services.
Our board certified physicians offer a comprehensive joint replacement program employing the newest surgical innovations available, such as the Anterior Hip, Signature Knee and the Oxford Knee.
Benefits of Orthopedic Care
The Riverview Orthopedic and Sports Medicine team is able to help your knee, hip, or joint to feel better again.
This is done through the very latest in orthopedic care, including:
- Comprehensive rehabilitation services
If surgery does become necessary, our leading surgical approaches, including the innovative and customized Signature Knee, offer less discomfort and a quicker recovery.
Our Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center Offers:
- Trauma care
- Joint Care & Replacement Surgery
- Leading-Edge Services
- Signature Knee
- Oxford Knee
- On-Cue Pain Management System
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Upper extremity (arm) treatment
- Lower extremity (leg) treatment
- Return to Work Program
- Inpatient Rehabilitation Services
- Pain Management
- Sports Medicine
The Riverview Orthopedic team is made up of physicians and other health care professionals who provide comprehensive orthopedic services. Their expertise provides treatment and care of diseases, injuries, fractures and pain.
What Is Orthopedics?
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with diseases, injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal system, or the body’s muscles and skeleton, including the joints, ligaments, tendons and nerves.
What Are Some Common Symptoms?
- Pain, swelling or stiffness in joints
- Difficulty using or moving a joint in a normal manner
- Warmth, bruising or redness in an injured area
- Obvious deformity in an injured area
What is Total Joint Replacement?
Total Joint Replacement is a surgical procedure in which the arthritic or damaged joint is removed and replaced with an artificial joint called a prosthesis, designed to move just like a healthy human joint. Performed since the 1960’s, total joint replacements now result in pain-free living for over 90% of patients, enabling them to return to normal functioning and enjoy favorite activities once again.
How Long Does it Take to Recover?
Each patient is evaluated upon referral. A customized rehabilitation plan is developed to help the patient develop the skills needed to live as independently as possible after leaving the hospital. Rehabilitation will address physical and/or medical problems, difficulties with daily living activities, and any special problems related to feeding, communication, attention and self-care.
- Riverview Hospital
395 Westfield Rd
Noblesville, IN 46060
North / Tipton (25 min.) / Arcadia (15 min.) / Cicero (10 min.)
1. Turn onto IN-19 S/S 150 W and travel South
2. turn right at Logan St. in Noblesville
3. Take the 2nd left onto John St. In Noblesville
West / Lebanon (35 min.) / Westfield (17 min.)
1. Turn onto IN-32 E/E 176th St and continue East.
2. Turn right at Sheridan Ave
South / Indianapolis (35 min.)
1. Take 465 to the North
2. Take the I-69 exit and travel North on I-69
3. Take IN-37 N
4. Turn left at Conner St.
5. Turn left at John St.
East / Anderson (40 min.) / Muncie (1 hour)
1. Take 1-69 South
2. Take exit 19 toward IN-38 W
3. Turn right at IN-38 W
4. Turn left at IN-32 W
5. Turn left at John St.