If your muscles ache, joints are stiff, or your bones hurt, orthopaedic medicine may be able to help.
The Spine Institute can help with your back and neck pain. Working together with the entire Shasta Orthopaedics team, the experts at the Spine Institute can identify the problem and find a solution.
Shasta Orthopaedics Physical Medicine can offer a wide variety of solutions to treat your symptoms with a focus on increasing your ability to function and your quality of life.
ShastaOrtho Sports Medicine can provide you with high quality care for minor and major sports related injuries, as well as preventative education and training.
As part of a comprehensive program, Shasta Orthopaedics works in conjunction with Liberty Physical Therapy to offer you the most complete and integrated care in the region.
Spinal Cord Stimulation
Spinal cord stimulation can be helpful for people with chronic pain.
Treatment from a chiropractor can help you find relief from pain and stiffness, restore mobility, and aid in healing.
We off several treatments for shoulder injuries, including physical therapy, injections, and superior capsular reconstruction.
Hands And Wrists
There may be surgical and non-surgical treatments for specific hand conditions.
Personal Training is provided by Liberty Physical Therapy, a collaborative partner of Shasta Orthopaedics.
Strong Bone Clinic
The Shasta Orthopaedics Strong Bone Clinic (SOSBone) screens patients for risk factors for osteoporosis.
Get information on treatment options and technology that we offer at Shasta Orthopaedics.
Northern California Stem Cell Treatment
Shasta Orthopaedics partners with Northern California Stem Cell Treatment Center to treat patients with their own stem cells for issues such as painful osteoarthritis in the knee, hip or shoulder, plantar fasciitis, small joint osteoarthritis and other common, debilitating diseases.
Foot and Ankle
The convenience of the wide variety of foot and ankle treatment options – from foot and ankle specialist visits to diagnostic procedures such as X-ray and MRI – in one location.