Alpine Orthopedics’ team of board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians offers a full spectrum of orthopedic care. We treat injuries such as broken bones, sprains and strains, dislocations, degenerative conditions and trauma to the musculoskeletal system; the bones, their joints, and the muscles and other tissue surrounding them. Our team has a special focus on sports injuries, from skiing accidents to high school football collisions.
Our Approach to Patient Care
At Alpine Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, we are committed to keeping you adventure ready. We enjoy many of the same recreational activities Bozeman has to provide as our patients do.
We follow a patient-focused model of care to help return you to your desired level of activity and get you back to doing what you love. This includes operative and non-operative options for many conditions. Our patients’ comfort is our priority, and we work closely with other healthcare providers to coordinate your care.
We can often provide same-day services including in-house imaging and we have an on-site surgical center available when outpatient surgery is the best option. All of our physicians stay current with cutting edge technologies and procedures and our supporting staff of Athletic Trainers, Physician Assistants, X-ray and MRI Technologists and Billing support are there to help you with all of your care.
Orthopedic Injuries we Treat
Whether you have suffered a recent injury or have dealt with chronic pain for years, the doctors of Alpine Orthopedics and Sports Medicine can help identify the underlying cause of your pain and provide treatment options. Depending on the injury or condition, these treatment options may range from therapy to surgery.
As an orthopedic clinic we specialize in trauma, injury and chronic pain related to the musculoskeletal system, including the bones and joints of the spine, the joints of the shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot and the surrounding muscles and connective tissue such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia.
The best team! I had my shoulder repaired years ago and have had great success with it. They were able to help treat another injury as well with respect and professionalism.”
Common injuries and conditions we treat include tears, sprains or strains to the ligaments of the knee, wrist, hand, ankle and shoulder including ACL tears and ankle sprains; cartilage and meniscus injuries; patella dislocations; arthritis; labrum tears; bone breaks and fractures; rotator cuff tears; bulging discs; nerve compression; tendonitis; Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; and degenerative conditions to the hip and shoulder.
Regentis Biomaterials is conducting a pivotal FDA regulated clinical study (research study) to evaluate the safety and efficacy of an investigational device, GelrinC, implanted following a standard microfracture procedure, compared to a historical control group of patients who have undergone microfracture for the treatment of articular cartilage defects of the knee.
Additional Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Services
In-House Athletic Trainers
The Alpine Orthopedics and Sports Medicine team includes on-site, board certified athletic trainers available to assist in post-operative and follow up care. Our Athletic Trainers develop and teach home rehabilitation programs and provide patient education.
Around the Clock Care
We offer 24-7 care by providing a doctor on call for our patients. Call our office at 406.586.8029 after hours or on the weekend and you will be able to talk to the provider on call to determine your plan of care.
Need a knee brace? We provide brace fitting to ensure the proper fit for your recovery. Our Athletic Trainers are available to assist with all brace fitting needs or guidance for appropriate brace selection.