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Orthopedic surgeons treat the bones, joints, and soft tissues for patients with orthopedic related pain, loss of function, injuries, tumors, infection, and developmental abnormalities. If you have a bone or joint issue requiring surgery, they are the experts.
Some orthopedic surgeons also treat conditions of the spine, like neurosurgeons.
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Orthopedic surgeons operate on abnormalities of the soft tissues (muscles and tendons), bones, and joints.
Neurosurgeons operate on the brain and spine to treat brain tumors and disc disease.
They work with pain management physicians and operate when the pain is not controlled by conservative therapies.
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Neurosurgeons operate on the brain and the spine.
Pain Management Specialists
Pain management physicians specialize in controlling pain anywhere in the body without surgery.
In addition to oral medications, they perform procedures such as targeted injections of steroid and numbing agents, nerve ablations, and neural stimulator device placements to stop the pain.
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Pain management physicians control pain using medicines and noninvasive procedures. If they cannot control the pain, they will send you to a neurosurgeon.
Sports Medicine Specialists
Sports medicine physicians treat orthopedic issues in athletes using conservative therapy. If surgery is needed, they will refer you to an orthopedic surgeon.
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Sports medicine physicians help athletes get back to peak performance without surgery.
Podiatrists are doctors specializing in treating surgical and nonsurgical issues in the foot and ankle.
Orthopedic surgeons can also treat the same issues in the foot and ankle in addition to the other joints.
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Podiatrists are trained specifically to treat all medical and surgical conditions of the foot and ankle.