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Lower Extremities

By Steven Meier

Sudden accidents, damage caused by wear and tear, and long-term conditions all play a role in injuries that affect the lower extremities. Whether these injuries affect the knees, ankles, or hips, anyone suffering from a lower extremity condition will have to cope with severe impediments to their everyday lives. But a healthy everyday life is possible through the innovative orthopedic treatments offered by board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Steven W. Meier and the team at Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine.

If you suffer from any of the following upper extremity conditions and even many more, answers and life-changing care are possible through our advanced treatments.

ACL Tear

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of four major ligaments in the knee, and one of the most important for knee stability.

Learn more about ACL injury treatment.

Broken Bones

Each year, over six million people suffer a fractured, or broken, bone. Of those six million, about 300,000 people will need surgery to heal their bone fractures. If the surgery is not performed successfully and treatment fails, a fractured bone could become a crippling disability.

Learn more about treatment for broken bones.

Cartilage Damage

There are three things that can wear down cartilage: traumatic injury, overuse, and normal wear and tear with activity and age. There are a few different options for cartilage surgery depending on physician preference, type of injury, and rehabilitation possibilities.

Learn more about treatment for cartilage damage.

Hip Injuries

Hip injuries cover a wide range of conditions, including Femoro-Acetabular Impingement (FAI), acetabular labral tears, loose bodies, cartilage damage, arthritis, hip capsule laxity and instability, and many more.

Learn more about hip injuries and treatments.

Knee Replacement

People with severely damaged knees (either from injury or arthritis) might find it difficult to walk, run, or climb up stairs without significant pain. Sometimes, even the simplest of everyday activities are too painful.

Learn more about knee replacement.

Meniscus Tear

A torn meniscus is a very common knee injury for athletes and non-athletes alike. Treatment not only depends on the severity of the injury but its location as well. Minor to moderate injuries may be able to heal somewhat on their own.

Learn more about treatment for meniscus tears.


Osteoarthritis (OA), also known as age-related arthritis, is a condition in which joint cartilage becomes inflamed and wears down over time.

Learn more about osteoarthritis.

Contact an Expert Orthopedic Specialist Today

The orthopedic medicine team at Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine is dedicated to providing effective and advanced treatments for a wide variety of conditions that affect the lower extremities. Through the use of regenerative medicine and minimally invasive orthopedic surgery, patients can find effective and long-lasting care that eliminates serious conditions and their debilitating symptoms.

If you or a loved one is suffering from an injury or condition affecting the lower extremities, do not hesitate to get in touch with Dr. Steven Meier and the experienced orthopedic team at Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine. An in-depth evaluation and effective treatment provided as soon as possible can prevent life-altering complications and can return you to a healthy everyday life. Call us today at 310.777.7845 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation.

Dr. Steven Meier
Steven Meier

Dr. Steven Meier is a renowned board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in regenerative sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. Dr. Meier believes in treating each patient individually according to their needs.


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