Orthopaedic and Spine Care in Jasper, Indiana

Treatment for Pain in Muscles & Joints

Committed to evidence-based medicine and treatment, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center’s team of orthopaedic and spine experts work hard to help you heal and get back to doing what you enjoy. We provide complete orthopaedic and spine care while offering the latest advancements in surgical and non-surgical treatment options tailored to your unique circumstances.

  • Our surgical staff of nurses and operating technicians have been specially trained in orthopaedic and spine procedures.
  • Our post-surgical staff of nurses and therapists are specially trained in the care of orthopaedic and spine patients.
  • Individualized physical and occupational therapy sessions are tailored to your personal goals.
  • Our orthopaedic navigator will take joint replacement patients step-by-step from the registration process through the surgical procedure and post-surgery phase. The orthopaedic navigator will explain how conditioning and preparation prior to surgery can speed up the recovery phase. Follow-up calls from our orthopaedic navigator ensure a smooth transition home.

We recognize the importance of having top quality orthopaedic care close to home. Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center offers specialized orthopaedic treatments including:

  • Arthroscopy
  • Hip (including Direct Anterior Approach), knee, and shoulder replacements
  • Orthopaedic trauma and fracture repair
  • Sports-related injuries involving hand, wrist, foot, and ankle injuries

Our spine surgeon has experience treating a wide variety of spinal problems in the cervical, lumbar, and thoracic areas of the spine including:

  • Adolescent and adult scoliosis
  • Disc problems including microdiscectomy
  • Back pain
  • Arthritis of the spine
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spinal fractures
  • Other spinal deformities

Be sure to read over our Patient Journey Guide for orthopaedic surgery.

The Goal of an Orthopaedic Navigator

The goal of the orthopaedic navigator is to ensure all patient needs are met, including but not limited to: patient/family education, discharge planning, and acknowledging physiological and psychosocial needs. Below is the process that the orthopaedic navigator will take a patient through on a typical surgery.


At your pre-assessment appointment, you will meet a medical doctor who has been consulted by your surgeon to complete a perioperative assessment for medical clearance. The medical doctor will work closely with you and your surgeon to help reduce the risk of surgical complications. Nursing staff and the orthopaedic navigator will complete a nursing assessment and provide patient education specific to your elective procedure. Additional labs and tests may be ordered at this time to ensure your readiness for surgery. Any non-surgical issues will be addressed at your pre-assessment appointment and through your hospital stay by a medical doctor.

If you have any questions about the pre-assessment, please call 812-996-5220.

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