The highly trained and experienced Orthopaedic specialists at Capital Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine treat patients from across the state of Iowa in their conveniently located offices in Clive, Ankeny, Indianola and Carroll, Iowa.
The highly trained and experienced specialists at Capital Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine treat patients from across the state of Iowa. In addition to the main office in Clive, satellite clinics are located in Ankeny, Indianola, and Pella, as well as outreach clinics in Perry, Knoxville, and Carroll.
Running a 10K? Looking to improve your golf swing? Hoping to reduce your risk of injury? This team of physicians, therapists, and experienced medical staff will work to create a plan focused on what's important to you.
If you suffer an injury or have musculoskeletal pain that needs prompt attention, our primary care sports medicine physician provides treatment and services at the convenient walk-in clinic in Clive. There's no need to get a referral or even book ahead, but you can phone the main office number for more information.
Capital Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is composed of Iowa’s most experienced and trusted orthopaedic specialists. Treating patients from across the state, the physicians provide exceptional medical care for those frustrated by musculoskeletal pain. Services range from on-site physical therapy to complex joint replacements.
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The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the body due to its wide range of motion, but this also makes it relatively unstable and prone to injury.
The foot and ankle are responsible for absorbing our body weight. However, they are susceptible to injury from overuse, stresses, strains and fractures.
The knee is one of the largest joints in the body and is often put under excessive strain, which makes it one of the most common joints treated.
The hand and wrist’s intricate network of nerves, bones, tendons and other supporting structures make them vulnerable to injury and challenging to treat.
The ball-and-socket hip joint requires both strength and flexibility to function correctly. Degenerative disease, trauma and overuse can all lead to hip pain.
Susceptible to overuse injuries, the elbow is a complex joint composed of bones, ligaments and tendons that provide a unique range of motion.
If you are suffering from joint or tissue pain, call the offices of Capital Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine today or use the convenient online tool to request an appointment.