To turn your pain around, turn to Michigan Orthopaedic Surgeons.

As the most comprehensive orthopaedic team in the state, we know the road to recovery doesn’t always start with surgery. While conditions like complex fractures, ligament tears, and severe cartilage damage often require a surgical procedure, almost all strains, sprains and pulls (and even most fractures) can be treated conservatively, through a variety of non-invasive options.

To customize your treatment, our experts get to know you, your injury and your goals for the future. Then, we create a personalized care plan – designed to strengthen your body, restore your function and increase your range of motion.

So, whether you want to get back in the game or take away your pain, nonsurgical treatment can bring you back to your optimal performance level. And our highly trained specialists are always here to help.

Treatments

At Michigan Orthopaedic Surgeons, our providers can perform nonsurgical techniques to treat muscle pain, skeletal pain and lack of mobility, including:

  • Activity modification
  • Assistive devices, like braces, orthotics, compression sleeves, canes and slings
  • Massage therapy
  • Over-the-counter or prescribed medication, such as an anti-inflammatory
  • Physical or occupational therapy
  • Regenerative medicine, such as platelet rich plasma or stem cell injections
  • Steroid injections

And while our nonsurgical physicians do not perform surgery, they can refer you to a qualified specialist, if it’s ultimately necessary.

Doctors

Peter Biglin DO

Peter Biglin DO

Knee, Nonsurgical Orthopaedics, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Regenerative Medicine, Shoulder, Sports Medicine
Peter Donaldson MD

Peter Donaldson MD

Knee, Nonsurgical Orthopaedics, Regenerative Medicine, Shoulder, Sports Medicine
Lawrence Kurz MD

Lawrence Kurz MD

Back/Neck/Spine, Nonsurgical Orthopaedics
Gregory Zemenick MD

Gregory Zemenick MD

Nonsurgical Orthopaedics

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