Knee Injury Treatment in Rochester, NY

The orthopedic specialists at Rochester Community Orthopaedics are highly trained at evaluating and treating knee injuries.  From simple injuries including sprains and overuse to more complex injuries including ligament tears and fractures, the providers at Rochester Community Orthopaedics are able to diagnose your injury.  After the initial evaluation, a plan for either further diagnostic testing or treatment is created to best fit the patient’s needs and goals. A state of the art x-ray facility is available in our office and, if it is determined to be appropriate, an MRI scan can be scheduled at another facility.

Treatments for knee injuries are wide ranging depending on the nature of the injury.  Simple treatments including rest, ice, bracing, and anti-inflammatories are sometimes all that is necessary.  For more complex injuries sometimes physical therapy and surgery are necessary. Rochester Community Orthopaedics specialists will discuss treatment options and recommendations and answer any questions that you have.  Our goal is to have you recover from your injury as quickly and easily as possible and to be able to return your previous activities including sports and work as fast as possible.

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Knee Conditions and Procedures:

  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Knee ligament (ACL) reconstruction
  • Tendon repair
  • Meniscus (cartilage) repair
  • Fracture repair


Hours Update

Phone Hours: (We will be closed daily from 12:30-1:30 for lunch)

Rochester Community Orthopaedics is closely following the most up-to-date announcements and information on the known cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Because this information is always changing, we will be monitoring all updated from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control.

If you are experiencing cold or flu symptoms, please make sure to contact us via phone at (585) 218-4337 prior to your appointment.

We are asking that only the patient comes into the office for their appointment unless they are a minor.

Here are a few additional resources as well:
World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control