Newton Medical Center offers comprehensive orthopaedic and sports medicine services for adults and children.
- Orthopaedic surgery
- Robotic-arm assisted surgery
- Athletic training
- Nonsurgical treatment
- Sports medicine
- Work-site injury and illness
Replacing a joint can relieve pain and help patients move and feel better. Joint replacement surgery replaces a damaged joint, such as the shoulder, hip or knee, with a new one. Sometimes, the surgeon will not remove the whole joint, but instead replaces or fixes the damaged parts of the joint.
Patients at Newton Medical Center undergoing joint replacement are also scheduled to attend a pre-op class prior to their surgery. During this class, they will learn about the procedure as well as the recovery process.
If you are considering a joint replacement, talk to your primary care provider, who may then refer you to an orthopaedic specialist.
Newton Medical Center (NMC) is the second hospital in the state to offer Stryker’s Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted technology for joint replacement procedures. This latest advancement in joint replacement surgery is transforming the way joint replacement procedures are performed.
NMC board-certified orthopaedic surgeon J. Scott Pigg, M.D. is specially trained in robotic-arm assisted surgery.
Newton Medical Center offers certified athletic training services to area athletic programs. Through this program, we also offer:
- Free athletic injury evaluations Monday and Wednesday, 8 to 9 a.m. No appointment necessary. Please call ahead to confirm availability.
- Evaluation by one of our ATCs, which can expedite scheduling if the injury requires an appointment at our clinic.
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Newton Medical Center has received 2018 Star Performer recognition from the American Orthopaedic Association’s Own the Bone® program. This achievement is reserved only for institutions that perform the highest level of fragility fracture and bone health care.
Craig, Charles, MDOrthopaedic Surgery
Gaines, Tiana, APRNOrthopaedic Surgery
Koontz, Jennifer Scott, MDSports Medicine
Pigg, James Scott, MDOrthopaedic Surgery
Wittman, Rex, PA-COrthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine