Orthopedic care in Buffalo
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Orthopedic care in Buffalo

Allina Health offers residents of the Buffalo area comprehensive, expert orthopedic care close to home. From sports injuries to fracture care and joint replacements, our dedicated doctors and staff can help you get back to your best health.

Common orthopedic conditions we treat

  • sports injuries
  • arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome
  • knee and hip replacements
  • shoulder rotator cuff tears
  • foot and ankle surgery
  • trauma, such as a broken bone, torn ligament, shoulder separation, ankle sprain or muscle strain

Acute and sports-related injuries

Whether you’re a high school athlete, a weekend warrior or twisted your ankle stepping over the dog, turn to our board-certified orthopedic specialists for consultation and treatment. They have years of experience helping patients prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate their orthopedic conditions. If you are experiencing orthopedic pain or injury, contact an Allina Health Buffalo-area specialist.

Hip or knee joint replacement

When a joint can no longer be repaired and other treatments aren’t enough to bring relief, a partial or total joint replacement might be the best way to eliminate pain and get you moving again. Buffalo Hospital care teams works together to guide you through replacement and recovery in a welcoming, healing environment.  

From pre-surgery preparation to resuming activities, an orthopedics nurse educator spends time with patients before and after surgery to explain each step and helping set the patient up for a successful surgery and after recovery Topics include, need for care assistance at home, care of your incision, importance of healthy foods, when you can start activity and what type, pain management and when you should call your surgeon.

Robotic joint replacement solution 

Mako Total Knee RobotAllina Health Orthopedics at Buffalo Hospital is introducing a robotic device specifically designed for joint replacement procedures called Stryker Mako SmartRobotics Assisted-Arm. Mako uses 3D CT-based software so your surgeon can know more about a patient’s anatomy and create a personalized joint replacement surgical plan. This 3D model is used to preplan and complement the expertise of our orthopedic surgeons by adding precision when performing the joint replacement procedure. This allows for a less-invasive surgery, resulting in less pain and a quicker recovery for patients. Our Stryker Mako SmartRobotics Assisted-Arm has now performed over 300 total knee replacements. 


A doctor using the Mako Total Knee Robot"With Mako SmartRobotics™, I know more about my patients than ever before, and I’m able to more preciously make cuts. For some patients, this can mean less soft tissue damage; for others, greater bone preservation,” said Dr. Dana Harms, Orthopedic Surgeon at Buffalo Hospital. “Mako’s 3D CT allows me to create a personalized plan based on each patient’s unique anatomy before entering the operating room. During surgery, I can validate that plan and make any necessary adjustments while guiding the robotic arm to execute that plan. It’s exciting to be able to offer this transformative technology across the joint replacement service line to perform total knee, total hip and partial knee replacements.”

Orthopedic rehabilitation

A leader in rehabilitation, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Buffalo offers advanced rehabilitation that is designed to prevent and treat orthopedic injuries and conditions. Specially trained therapists and certified athletic trainers work closely with your doctor to provide appropriate and effective treatment.