Phone Number

Lexington Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine

(803) 314–9640
(803) 314-9641

Trauma & Accidents

One of the only medical centers in South Carolina with a doctor specializing in major and minor trauma injuries.

"I feel very fortunate to be able to walk again. I'm going to get back close to where I was."

— Jimmy Oswald, Traumatic Injury Patient

What to Expect

Your doctor will begin by assessing your injury or injuries one by one and will customize the best course of treatment for you.

Common Types of Physical Trauma

  • Crush Syndrome
  • Multiple and Difficult Injuries
  • Complex Fractures (bone broken in several places or more severe damage)
  • Compound Fractures (bone has broken the skin)

Treating Trauma Injuries

Your treatment will depend on the type of trauma or fracture. Often these are serious injuries and require multiple forms of treatment.

Possible Treatments

New Treatments

Our doctors have been on the cutting edge of orthopaedic treatment for 20 years and work to bring in new effective techniques for patients.

Cutting Edge and Minimally Invasive Surgery

Trauma injuries usually require surgery, but patients at Lexington Medical Center are treated with the most modern and minimally invasive techniques possible for their situation.

Individualized Trauma Care

Our trauma specialist assesses patients' injuries one by one and plans the best course of treatment, custom to each patient.