Rolling Hills Medical offers an integrative approach to patient healing and wellness. With medical professionals spanning different fields of expertise, we’re able to provide advanced treatment plans through collaboration within our healthcare team. Having experts in varying fields all under one facility allows Rolling Hills Medical to provide state of the art patient care and diagnostics. Our team of chiropractors, spine specialists, orthopedic surgeons, and sports medicine practitioners specialize in the following categories:
Corticosteroid injections decrease inflammation and reduce the immune response to help relieve localized pain. Cortisone is a synthetic metabolite of cortisol, a hormone naturally produced by the body that helps to reduce inflammation. Cortisone is most often injected into joints like the knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, or hand to control inflammation associated with conditions like arthritis and gout. The cortisone helps to control local inflammation in joints, tendons, and bursae (the fluid-filled cushions separating bone and surrounding tissue).
Our orthopedic specialists will recommend steroid injections for pain management of conditions such as:
Epidural steroid injections (ESIs) are delivered specifically to the epidural space in the spine. The most common types of ESIs are lumber and cervical injections for lower back pain and neck pain.
This minimally invasive procedure may be recommended by our spine specialists when non-invasive pain management treatments have not been effective. Epidural steroid injections are commonly used to treat spine conditions such as:
Rolling Hills Medical offers extensive pain management modalities, ranging from non-invasive to surgical options. Our team of integrated health professionals assess each patient’s condition and symptoms to determine an optimal treatment plan.
We offer relief from acute and chronic musculoskeletal, neuropathic, and rheumatological pain. Our areas of expertise range include chiropractic care, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, sports rehabilitation, and orthopedic surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery.
Our integrative health team helps patients find a proper diagnosis and discover optimal health and recovery from common pain symptoms like:
Our orthopedic specialists are experts in musculoskeletal function. We help diagnose and treat a variety of conditions related to the body’s bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Our orthopedic surgeons offer state of the art diagnostic and treatment technology to assess a variety of conditions, from sports injuries to scoliosis.
Together with our multidisciplinary team, our orthopedic specialists help develop a comprehensive treatment plan for each patient, which may include rehabilitation or minimally invasive pain management options.
As leaders in our field, Rolling Hills Medical offers minimally invasive spine surgery options, an innovative technique as an alternative to traditional open spine surgery. Minimally invasive spine surgery has less risk and offers quicker recovery than traditional surgery.
Traditional surgery requires a large 5-6 incision, often cutting through or moving surrounding muscle and tissues to access the spine. Comparatively, minimally invasive surgery requires only a one-half to one-inch long incision and uses specializes retractors to separate tissue. Minimally invasive surgery may be recommended for treating conditions.
In order for your shoulders and hips to work properly, the labrum has to be intact. Unfortunately, there are situations where the labrum in your hip or shoulder could tear. In this case, you may be looking for a labrum tear treatment in Torrance, which could include labrum tear surgery Torrance. This type of procedure could be done to repair the labrum. After this, physical therapy is usually required to strengthen the repair.
Arthroscopy procedure in Rolling Hills Medical is a minimally-invasive procedure with relatively quick recovery times. Since it is performed with tiny surgical instruments and only requires a small incision to access the joint, most patients go home the same day. The arthroscope is about the width of a pencil, allowing it to fit through a narrow incision. This device has a camera and light on the end, which gives the surgeon a full view of the inside of the joint. Sterile fluid may be used to expand the tissues and widen the viewing field, providing a closer look at the damaged structures. Surgeons can then perform the necessary repairs or complete the reconstruction to restore the joint.
The integrative team at Rolling Hills Medical in Torrance offers a wide array of specialties and expertise. Together, we offer comprehensive recovery plans using only the most advanced diagnostic and treatment techniques. Contact us today at (424) 360-0155 for more information on specialty services highlighted at our multidisciplinary practice.