We offer the best in orthopedic care and services to help diagnose and treat painful conditions caused by injury or disease to your muscles, bones or joints.
Our board-certified surgeons and experienced team of nurses, assistants, physical therapists and other staff members help you reduce or relieve pain to get you back to an active life as quickly as possible.
Our team provides advanced care with a specialty focus in:
- Sports Medicine
- Total joint replacements for the total hip, total knee, partial knee, and total and reverse shoulders.
Programs & Services
Whether a weekend warrior, marathoner or a student athlete, our team will work with you to meet your goals. Our commitment is to get you back to your favorite sports activity as safely and quickly as possible.
Common services provided include assessing and treating broken bones, cast/brace application and removal and removing stitches and providing follow-up care for fractures.
Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement
Our physicians and staff provide comprehensive orthopedic care with a specialty focus in total joint replacements for the total hip, total knee and partial knee. Additionally, our nurse navigator will oversee your complete care, including pre-surgical education, inpatient therapy, rehabilitation and home care.
Our Joint Replacement Center is the recipient of the Joint Commissions Advanced Certification in hip and knee replacement
Patients who come to the Joint Replacement Center experience:
- One to two day hospital stay
- Patient-centered care including a pre-operative class and testing in one visit
- Care provided using the latest research for rehab and pain management
- Progressive Physical and Occupational Therapy
- 131% better mobility in the new joint at discharge compared to typical results
- 136% increased ability to walk greater distances at discharge compared to typical results
- High patient satisfaction: Most patients describe their hospital stay as “fun”
For more information about our Joint Replacement Center, please call the JRC Coordinator, at 580-251-8565.
Whether you’re recovering from surgery or injury or suffering from a debilitating disease, the staff at Duncan Regional Hospital Outpatient Therapy can provide you with the best treatment available.
In addition to treating adults, we also offer outstanding pediatric outpatient services to children and adolescents.
Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Care
Injuries including fractures, sprains, and tendon tissues of the foot and ankle.
Diabetic foot care in addition to ulcers and infections
Skin and nail conditions
Bunions and hammertoes
And much more.
What is osteoporosis?
Osteoporosis is a disease where bones are thin and brittle with lots of holes inside them like a sponge, making them easy to break. Osteoporosis can lead to broken bones (fractures) in the hip, spine, and wrist. Osteoporosis affects millions of older adults. It usually occurs after age 60. It’s most common in women, but men can get it too.
Early on, there are no immediate symptoms, but as bone density decreases, you may experience:
- Back pain
- Loss of height over time
- Stooped posture
- Bone fractures that occur much easier than expected
Treatment for osteoporosis includes medicine to reduce bone loss and build bone strength. To strengthen your bones, eat foods containing calcium and vitamin D. And do activities like walking and lifting weights.
To find out more about bone density testing, visit our Imaging services page