Our team of board-certified orthopedic surgeons perform a variety of both surgical and non-surgical procedures. We treats all types of bone and joint issues including shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, foot, ankle, sports injuries and fractures. We work together with you to improve your movement issues and help you to achieve long term relief.
Dr. Nadaud and Dr. Rabenold completed a general orthopedic residency prior to their fellowship training. During their general residency they treated all orthopedic conditions, disorders and injuries. If you’re experiencing joint, muscle, bone, tendon pain, strains, sprains, repetitive motion stress or injury, an Agility Orthopedics can diagnosis the cause of your pain and create a personalized plan of treatment.
Hand and Wrist Pain
Hand and wrist pain can be a common discomfort that many people experience at one time or another. The pain can be disruptive and even debilitating for people of all ages. Hand and wrist pain or injuries have various causes and some pain can indicate a permanent condition that requires expert medical attention. Common wrist and hand problems are carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), wrist fracture, trigger finger, boxer’s fracture, thumb joint pain, mallet finger, ganglion cyst or arthritis in hands.
Our orthopedic surgeons are committed to providing dedicated one-on-one care. We will find you a solution for your hand and wrist pain. After diagnosing your condition, Agility physicians will help to improve your condition with a customized treatment plan for you, which may include, physical therapy, a brace, an injection or for more serious cases, surgery.
Hip and Thigh Pain
Hip pain can make even the most routine movements an uncomfortable experience. Hip discomfort can be minor enough that only home exercises, weight loss or simple rest are needed. However, as the body ages, hip pain can be a sign of arthritis, bursitis or a problem with the actual hip joint. If you are considering a hip replacement as an option, see why many people in the St. Louis area have trusted the orthopedic physicians at Agility to finding solutions for painful hip and joint problems.
The spine, also known as the back bone, is a critical part of the body and important to all daily activities. Minor spine problems can cause perpetual back pain and major spinal cord injuries can have much more serious implications. Persistent back pain can be a sign of acute or chronic spine-related conditions. You will want a trusted doctor who can help you with the pain, repair the damage and achieve comfortable range of motion.