Non-Operative Care

Discover a better path to healing with non-operative care at Rogozinski Orthopedic Clinic n Jacksonville, Florida. Our team of experienced specialists is dedicated to providing you with state-of-the-art non-surgical treatment options that can alleviate pain, accelerate recovery, and enhance your overall quality of life. With our expertise in non-operative care, you can avoid the risks and downtime associated with surgery while still receiving comprehensive and personalized orthopedic care. Experience the difference that our award-winning team can make in your journey to optimal health. Take the first step by exploring our non-operative care services or scheduling a consultation today.


What is non-operative care in orthopedics and when is it recommended?

Non-operative care in orthopedics refers to the use of non-surgical treatment options, such as physical therapy, medication, injections, and bracing, to manage orthopedic conditions. It is often recommended for mild to moderate injuries or conditions that do not require surgical intervention or for patients who prefer conservative treatment approaches.

What are the benefits of choosing non-operative care over surgery?

Opting for non-operative care can offer several advantages. It typically avoids the risks and potential complications associated with surgery, reduces recovery time, and minimizes the need for extended hospital stays or rehabilitation. In many cases, non-operative care can effectively alleviate pain, improve function, and enhance quality of life.

What conditions or injuries are commonly treated with non-operative care?

Non-operative care can be used to treat a wide range of orthopedic conditions and injuries. This includes but is not limited to sprains, strains, tendonitis, bursitis, osteoarthritis, back and neck pain, rotator cuff tears, and ligament or tendon injuries. The specific treatment approach will depend on the individual case and may involve a combination of therapies tailored to the patient’s needs.

Can non-operative care provide long-term relief or is surgery eventually necessary?

Many orthopedic conditions can be effectively managed with non-operative care, providing long-term relief and avoiding the need for surgery. However, there may be cases where surgery becomes necessary if non-operative treatments do not sufficiently address the issue. Your orthopedic specialist will assess your condition and guide you on the most appropriate treatment plan, taking into consideration your goals, overall health, and the severity of the condition.