Known as one of the leading sports medicine and orthopedic surgery institutes, The Steadman Clinic was founded in 1990 and continues to provide innovative research for the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic injuries and disorders. Specializing in all areas of sports medicine and orthopedic injuries, trauma, surgery and rehabilitation, The Steadman Clinic strives to offer unprecedented care of the highest standard to each and every patient. The team of physicians at The Steadman Clinic are among some of the most renowned and skilled orthopedic specialists in the world and they are dedicated to keeping people of all ages physically active through orthopaedic research and education in arthritis, healing, rehabilitation, and injury prevention.
Some of The Steadman Clinic specializations include:
- Orthopedic surgery
- Sports medicine
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Shoulder surgery
- Knee surgery
- Elbow surgery
- Hand surgery
- Ankle surgery
- Hip surgery
- Spinal disorders/injuries
- Regenerative Medicine
The operating and recovery rooms at The Steadman Clinic are equipped with the most advanced technology, instruments and surgical tools, offering each patient a comfortable, worry-free place to receive surgical, post-operative and rehabilitation services. Patients are treated with the highest of respect and participate in a shared decision-making model to optimize their care.
The Steadman Clinic’s physicians work hand-in-hand with each patient, the physical therapist, and the highly trained staff of nurses and technicians so the overall goal of full recovery is achieved.
The Steadman Clinic’s team of physicians believes physical rehabilitation following an orthopedic injury is an integral part of a successful recovery, whether it is used as the primary treatment for a disorder or used to enhance a surgical procedure. Each physician works closely with a talented team of physical therapists so optimal healing is achieved in the shortest amount of time.
Dr. Matthew Provencher shares The Steadman Clinic’s vision of keeping people active, mobile and healthy through orthopedic surgery, research and education.