Knee Pain Treatment April, 2021 Could a SynVisc injection help your knee feel better? by Fremont Orthopedics Staff SynVisc Injections for Chronic Knee Pain Orthopaedic specialists at Fremont Orthopaedics offer SynVisc injections for patients with chronic knee pain associated with osteoarthritis. Knee pain from osteoarthritis is caused by cartilage loss, depletion of the joint (synovial)…Read More
Fractures and Broken Bones December, 2020 What Is the Difference Between a Fracture and a Broken Bone? by Jesse Morse-Brady, FNP-BC Many people have heard of “fractures” and “broken bones,” and might wonder what the difference is. A Fracture = A Broken Bone The quick answer to this question is that they are the same!…Read More
At this time, providers at Fremont Orthopaedics will see patients with urgent needs and new injuries at our Lander and Riverton office locations. Our practice is able to provide same day and next day appointments to individuals with urgent bone, joint, and extremity problems and injuries.
We are pleased to offer telehealth visits to many patients, such as those needing follow-up care. A telehealth visit consists of a videoconference via a HIPAA compliant web platform or a telephone consultation with your provider at a designated appointment time. Telehealth allows our patients the opportunity to continue to receive specialized orthopaedic care and guidance from home. We encourage patients interested in a telehealth visit to call our office.Read More
Common Questions on Casts and Splints March 2019 I have a splint or cast. What do I need to know about it? by Drs. Lamblin and Francisco and staff The splint or cast will help to hold your bone in proper alignment for the fracture to heal. While casts and splints offer protection from the…Read More
Common Questions on Fractures February 2019 Drs. Lamblin and Francisco Answer Common Questions on Fractures. by Drs. Lamblin and Francisco We are deep into ice and snow season here in Fremont County. The Fremont Orthopaedics team tends to see an increase in broken bones related to slips and falls on slippery, hard surfaces. Wrist fractures…Read More
Fremont Orthopaedics Better Health Blog Carpal Tunnel Syndrome September 2018 Carpal Tunnel PART II: Dr. Francisco Explains the Surgical Options Dr. Francisco, MD What does carpal tunnel surgery entail? There are two variations of carpal tunnel surgery—open release versus endoscopic release. They both accomplish the same thing–the ligament that forms the roof of the carpal…Read More