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Strength. Mobility. Function. Life.

ROC Orthopedics has a 40-year history of excellent orthopedic surgery in the Portland area. At their two area offices in Tualatin and Oregon City, Oregon, a multi-talented group of highly experienced orthopedic surgeons offer all-encompassing surgical and non-operative orthopedic care. The board-certified and fellowship-trained team all started their careers at the practice and intend to retire there as well. 

The team treats many types of pain, chronic conditions, and injuries, including ACL tear, carpal tunnel, elbow pain, tendon injuries, and arthritis. The ROC Orthopedics surgeons use minimally invasive and robotic techniques to perform ankle replacement, hip replacement, knee replacement, and shoulder replacement, along with other orthopedic surgeries. 

ROC Orthopedics is one of only two Portland-area medical facilities to perform both anterior and posterior hip replacement, and they are among a select handful of practices that perform hip arthroscopy. They were the first in Clackamas County to perform rotator cuff repair, ACL repair, total joint replacement, and arthroscopy. 

In addition to advanced surgical approaches, the skilled orthopedic specialists also offer non-invasive treatment options like platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment. In many cases, these treatments can help patients to delay or avoid surgery.

The ROC Orthopedics team puts their patients first and the business second. They’re always here to help with chronic pain and injuries. Book an appointment online or call either office today. 

Our Clinic was the first to perform the following procedures in Clackamas County:

  • Total Joint Replacement
  • Arthroscopy
  • ACL Repair
  • Rotator Cuff Repair


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