Orthopedic Surgery at Capital Surgical Associates

Boise, Idaho

Orthopedic Specialists at Capital Surgical Associates

Boise, Idaho

Our orthopedic specialists, Dr. Hessing, Dr. Applonie, and Dr. Johnson, are here to help if you are in pain from an injury or dealing with a chronic condition.

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Dr. Jeffrey Hessing, Shoulder Surgery Specialist in Boise, Idaho
Dr. Ryan Applonie, Shoulder Surgery Specialist in Boise, Idaho
Dr. Miers Johnson, Orthopedic Specialist in Boise, Idaho

Orthopedic Specialties

In Boise, Idaho

We help patients with a variety of symptoms and conditions.

 

The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the human body. With flexibility comes instability and susceptibility to injury. The shoulder allows you to rotate your arm in many positions, including in front, above, to the side, and behind your body. Depending on the nature of the problem, your doctor can recommend various treatments to minimize symptoms. Early diagnosis and treatment of shoulder problems can make a significant difference in the chances of full recovery.

Labral Repair

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Shoulder Decompression

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Total Shoulder Replacement

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Biceps Tenodesis Of The Shoulder

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Shoulder Arthroscopy

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Shoulder Fracture

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Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement

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Rotator Cuff Surgery

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Your knee is the largest joint in your body and one of the most complex. The bones, cartilage, ligaments, and muscles work in harmony to move. Articular cartilage is at the ends of the femur and tibia and the back of the patella. Meniscal cartilage acts as "shock absorbers" between your femur and tibia. Unlike articular cartilage, the meniscus is tough and rubbery to help cushion and stabilize the joint. The knee bones are connected to each other by ligaments. The four main ligaments in your knee act like strong ropes to hold the bones together and stabilize your knee.

ACL Repair

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Knee Arthroscopy

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Total Knee Replacement

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Meniscus Surgery

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Cartilage Surgery Of The Knee

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Patella Fracture Of The Knee

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Hip problems are becoming more common as the population ages. According to AAOS, the number of cases is expected to become even more frequent. Replacing the hip joint with an implant or "prosthesis" relieves pain and improves mobility. However, total hip replacement isn’t the only way to address hip problems.

Total Hip Replacement

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Capital Surgical Associates specializes in caring for the ligaments, tendons, and ankle bones. The ankle joint allows the up-and-down movement of the foot. The subtalar joint sits below the ankle joint and allows side-to-side motion of the foot. Numerous ligaments surround the ankle and subtalar joints, binding the leg bones to each other and those of the foot.

Ligament Surgery

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Your neck contains many vertebrates, blood vessels, and nerves. Disorders of the neck, which are common due to the amount of stress this body part receives, are often the source of neck pain.

Cervical Disk Surgery

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Cervical Stenosis Surgery

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Your spine comprises three segments, and these segments form three natural curves: the two "c-shaped" curves of the neck (cervical spine) and the lower back (lumbar spine) and the "reverse c-shaped" curve of the chest (thoracic spine), also called kyphosis. These curves are essential to balance and make it possible to stand upright. If any of the curves becomes too large or small, it eventually causes the patient problems.

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Surgery

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Our orthopedic specialists provide care for all areas of the hand and upper extremities. Patients receive care for conditions that cause pain and prevent the normal use of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow, or shoulder.

Ulnar Nerve Surgery

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Carpal Tunnel

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Tendonitis is the inflammation of the tendon, which is a band of tough fibrous connective tissue that connects the bone to muscles and has the capability of withstanding tension.

Tendonitis Surgery

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Your elbow is made up of three bones, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, muscles, three major nerves, and a joint capsule that all work together to form a hinge joint. The design of your elbow allows you to bend your arm and rotate your hands. Many daily activities require repetitive elbow movements that can lead to wear and tear. The most common elbow conditions are dislocation, fracture, and arthritis. We specialize in orthopedic care for all areas of the body, including your elbow.

Elbow Surgery

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