Wake's Personal Orthopedic Practice
The mission of Wake Orthopaedics is to provide superior medical services through a friendly, knowledgable and caring staff. We are the team orthopedists of the Carolina RailHawks and the chosen orthopedic provider of thousands of families around Wake County.
We Care if You're In Pain
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Did you know tennis elbow can affect more than just tennis players? Some typical symptoms include pain when lifting an item, opening a door, making a fist, or straightening your arm.More info
Hip fractures can occur in the pelvic bones or femur and can cause great discomfort. Symptoms may include hip, knee, lower back or abdominal pain, inability to stand or walk, swelling and bruising.More info
Often found in hands and joints, arthritis includes symptoms such as joint swelling, tenderness, inflammation, pain, stiffness, reduced range of motion, fatigue and warmth around the joint.More info
Have you injured your knee, ankle, elbow or shoulder cartilage? Wake Orthopaedics offers repairs, replacements and reconstructions for all types of cartilage injuries.More info
Feeling pain, stiffness or swelling in the tissue from your lower leg to heel bone? You might have Achilles tendinitis, which is caused by the overuse of your Achilles tendon.More info
Sometimes caused by trauma or sports injuries, shoulder injuries can result in pain, stiffness, numbness, weakness, clicking, catching, tenderness, grinding and swelling around the joint.More info
Lower back pain can often get in the way of your daily activities by causing difficulty moving, walking or standing, leg and back pain, muscle spasms, and soreness.More info
Carpal tunnel syndrome can be common in people who use keyboards for many hours a day. If you experience tingling, numbness or sharp pains in your hands, fingers or wrists, you may have carpal tunnel.More info
The ACL runs through the knee and can be injured by sudden actions, such as jumping or changing direction quickly. Symptoms include pain, swelling, loss of range in motion and tenderness near knee joints.More info
Whether it's a shoulder dislocation, hip fracture, sprain, strain or Achilles tendinitis, the Wake Orthopaedics team offers treatment for a wide range of sports injuries for athletes of all ages.More info
Soccer Injury Prevention
Wake Orthopaedics Elite Athletic Performance program is a research based soccer injury prevention program developed by our licensed and specially trained physical therapists