Foot & Ankle Conditions

Emory is a one-stop shop for the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of all problems of the foot and ankle, with both surgical and non-surgical treatment provided by the nation's foremost specialists in foot and ankle orthopaedics.

Hand & Wrist Conditions

Hand, wrist and elbow pain can be debilitating. Our orthopedic hand surgeons have the expertise and technology to treat a wide variety of complex upper extremity conditions.

Head & Neck Conditions

If you engage in sport, you run the risk of suffering a head injury. A stray ball, a helmet-to-helmet collision, an awkward fall, and countless other scenarios often result in the head sustaining an injury such as concussion.

Hip Conditions

In the Atlanta area and beyond, the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center is the place to go for the most advanced hip care available. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons and specialists are world-renowned for innovation, research, and training in surgical and nonsurgical treatment of hip conditions.

Knee Conditions

The board-certified specialists at the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center in Atlanta have taken knee care to a new level. We are experts in the care of all things related to your knee. Our goal is to return you to your activity as quickly and safely as possible using both surgical and non-surgical treatments.

Shoulder Conditions

When the shoulder is injured, it disrupts everything in our life. The orthopedic surgeons and doctors at Emory specialize in treating all shoulder injuries and conditions. Our physicians are nationally recognized leaders in their orthopedic surgery fields, helping to initiate and design new shoulder surgery techniques.

Spine Conditions

Our spine physiatrists and surgeons treat conditions ranging from simple herniated discs and low back or neck pain to more complex problems such as spinal tumors, scoliosis, and spine fractures.


Sprains and strains are among the most common injuries in sports.

Tennis Related Conditions

Let us help you find and treat the root cause of tennis injuries. It could be a new injury —or a nagging problem that prevents play.