Specialists in hand and
upper extremities, foot
and lower extremities,
and spine care.
Orthopedics is comprised of board-certified orthopedic surgeons that have comprehensive training in orthopedic problems involving the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and the nerves they affect. Gould orthopedists have helped build a 60-year legacy of healing in the Central Valley.
Learn more about commonly performed procedures below:
Commonly Performed Procedures
Hand/Upper Extremities Procedures
Sometimes injuries and/or conditions can be cared for without surgery, while others may require a surgical procedure.
Foot/Lower Extremities Procedures
Foot and ankle problems include athletic injuries, fractures, arthritis and deformities.
Joint Replacement Procedures
Orthopedics offers hip, knee, elbow and shoulder replacement, as well as "revision" operations to replace older artificial joints that no longer work with new ones
- Hip Replacement Surgery
- Knee Replacement Surgery
- Shoulder Replacement
- Elbow Replacement
- Revision Joint Replacement
The spine consists of individual bones called vertebrae and discs made of strong tissues and gel, as well as many ligaments and muscles. Orthopedists treat spinal injuries and problems with a variety of techniques.
Sports Medicine Procedures
Sports medicine often utilizes arthroscopy to perform the procedure. This uses a minimally invasive approach using a camera the size of a pencil to look inside your joints during surgery.
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction
- Meniscus surgery
- Cartilage preservation
- Shoulder stabilization procedures
- Rotator cuff repair
- 1409 E. Briggsmore Avenue, Modesto
- Office phone: 209-550-4740
- 924 S. Fairmont Ave., Lodi
- Office phone: 209-334-2590
- 2545 W. Hammer Lane, Stockton
- Office phone: 209-948-1641
- 445 West Eaton Avenue, Tracy
- Office phone: 209-830-4062
Search for Orthopedic Physicians
All of the physicians in the department are qualified to treat orthopedic injuries, however, some specialize in specific areas of the body, have professional interests in certain conditions or have completed a fellowship in a specific area. Subspecialty expertise include spine problems, joint replacements, orthoscopic surgery, foot and ankle problems and medical conditions involving the upper extremities.