Saint Alphonsus Health System provides a full continuum of orthopedic care to residents of the Treasure Valley, from Boise to Baker City, Oregon and beyond. Patients throughout the region have access to high-quality services that focus on getting you back to your normal activity level.
Conditions that affect the bones, muscle, tendons, and ligaments, including everything from sports injuries to degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis, trauma or cancer can all be treated by one of our orthopedic surgeons.
If your life has been disrupted by a bone, joint or muscle problem, let our experienced group of specialists provide the necessary treatment you need – compassionately, collaboratively and with the highest level of quality.
Our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons and interdisciplinary clinical teams are regarded as among the finest in the region and many have received national acclaim for their quality care. They offer patients both surgical and non-surgical treatment options for their orthopedic problems. When surgery is needed to restore function lost because of injury or disease, patients can feel confident they are in capable hands with board-certified Orthopedic Surgeons whose highest priority is excellence in patient care.
Saint Alphonsus Orthopedics provides services that include:
The institute's expansive integration of research and patient care ensures refined treatment and reconstruction options.
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center is the only hospital in our region offering MAKOplasty a technologically advanced procedure for those with either non-inflammatory or inflammatory degenerative joint disease of the knee or hip, as well as those with painful early- to mid-stage osteoarthritis.
Surgery is performed with the surgeon-controlled RIO robotic arm system. Using this robotic technology, surgeons attain unparalleled precision, which results in optimal outcomes for our orthopedic patients. All partial knee and hip replacement procedures are performed at our state-of-the-art medical center in Boise, Idaho, by our team of highly trained orthopedic surgeons.
For patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee, this may mean faster recovery, shorter hospital stay, less pain and getting back to doing the activities they enjoy.