Greiner Orthopedics provides state of the art care to all patients with painful bone, muscle, tendon and joint cartilage disorders.
Orthopedic Clinic in Independence, MO
If you're experiencing pain and wish to get back to your normal, daily routine, then contact us today at 816-317-5070 to schedule your appointment with us. During your consultation, we'll discuss problems that are preventing you from living your life fully and work to find a solution that brings you relief. Whether you wish to get back to competing in high-level athletics or seek relief from getting up and out of a seated position, we can help. For your convenience, you can download and complete your new patient packet before your first visit.
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Greiner Orthopedics is an experienced orthopedic clinic that is able to serve all age groups with bone, muscle, tendon, and joint care in Independence. Treating everything except injuries associated with the neck area, our private practice is committed to delivering exceptional patient care, combining compassion and treatment to restore your lifestyle.
Our state-of-the-art orthopedic practice treats a wide range of musculoskeletal, joint, and painful bone issues. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeon, Robert F. Greiner, II, DO, offers in-office treatments and arthritis care, as well as conservative, non-operative treatment options. It's his goal to provide the same high level of care to every patient that visits our clinic in order to help them get back to thoroughly enjoying their lives with their friends and family.
Depending on the extent of your injury, you may need a more invasive operation. We provide a variety of helpful procedures using our advanced surgical methods. The following are some of the conditions we can treat:
Rotator cuff tears
Joint cartilage disorders
We also offer the innovative NAVIO robotic surgical method for partial knee replacements. This arthroscopic operation is minimally invasive and is used to repair joint injuries. Because only small incisions and insertions are involved, this option is perfect for patients who are looking for a relatively faster recovery time.