Find Relief From Joint Pain
Norton Orthopedic Institute provides advanced orthopedic care for all joints and for people of all ages. Norton Orthopedic Institute is made up of board-certified physicians — many of whom are fellowship trained. They work together with therapists, physical rehabilitation specialists, primary care physicians, neurologists, certified athletic trainers and other care providers to offer a full range of multidisciplinary orthopedic services.
These specialists practice a team approach in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of bone and joint conditions and injuries. Norton Orthopedic Institute received The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for knee and hip replacement for its commitment to the highest standards of care and service. With locations throughout Louisville and Southern Indiana, Norton Orthopedic Institute offers several specialty centers focused on providing expertise in general orthopedics, joint replacement, injuries, trauma, pediatrics, oncology, spinal conditions and sports health.
Lee Dulaney did her best to ignore the pain in her right hip for years. Steroid injections helped, but the pain persisted. “I’d get steroid injections, and it would feel better for a while; and […]Read Full Story
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