Donate to Orthopaedics Research, Patient Care and Education
Nearly a third of Americans will experience pain and or limitations in movement due to joint, muscle and bone disorders. Board-certified orthopaedic surgeons at Northwestern Medicine specialize in the treatment of disorders in the tendons, bones, joints and ligaments. These disorders can often curtail the proper movement of the hips, knees, feet, ankles as well as the hands, spine shoulders and elbows. Northwestern Medicine’s orthopaedic surgeons are equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment and treatment options to provide comprehensive care for adults and children affected by a range of conditions, including sports injuries, spinal problems and painful hips and knees.
By making a donation to Northwestern Memorial Foundation in support of orthopaedics-related research and care, you will help to ensure that Northwestern Medicine remains a nationally recognized leader in the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic injuries and conditions.
Arthritis is a leading cause of joint pain and joint disorders. Patients suffering from arthritis will find that our leading-edge facilities and patient-centered physicians are committed to providing the highest levels of care. Our orthopaedic surgeons provide superior care for the following muscle, joint, skeletal and ligament disorders:
- Neck, back, spine, ankle and foot disorders
- Sports injuries and trauma
- Osteoporosis and geriatric issues
The primary goal of the orthopaedic surgeons at Northwestern Medicine is to help every patient regain maximum mobility and to live a fulfilling life that is free of pain and limitations.
Your Orthopaedics Research, Patient Care and Education Donation
By making a contribution to Northwestern Memorial Foundation, you will offer vital support to Northwestern Medicine’s orthopaedic surgeons as they strive to develop and implement additional, effective treatments for patients suffering from bone, muscle and joint disorders. Your generosity also will make a positive difference for countless patients, because Northwestern Medicine will continue to be a leading site for personalized, comprehensive orthopaedic care.