Orthopedics, or orthopedic services, treat the musculoskeletal system. This includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles.  They impact people regardless of age, physical condition, health. Orthopedic injuries can be debilitating, causing pain, lack of mobility, and other physical issues. Orthopedic care can include everything from assessment to therapy to surgery.


We can help. At Carolina Orthopedics, we can help treat the root cause of these issues and help you be your best self. Pain isn’t normal. Lack of mobility isn’t normal. Let us help you live your best, most pain-free, active life. 


Just a few of the services and state-of-the-art technologies we offer include:


Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that surgeons use to visualize, diagnose, and treat problems inside a joint without making a large incision into the joint. A small camera, called an arthroscope, is inserted through a small opening into the joint. The surgeon can then view pictures of the joint on a video monitor. These images aid the surgeon in using and guiding tiny surgical equipment within the joint.


Arthroscopy is great for the patient because the arthroscope and surgical equipment is very small, which often means smaller incisions, less pain, less joint stiffness, and a shorter recovery. Our skilled team of surgeons can tell you if arthroscopy is right for you.


Sports medicine is a field that specializes in helping athletes improve performance, recover from injury, and prevent future injury.  However, sports medicine doctors also work with student-athletes, active individuals, and people with physically demanding jobs. Although all sports medicine specialists do not have surgical training, our sports medicine specialists are trained orthopedic surgeons who have completed a fellowship in sports medicine. No matter what your sports-related challenge or goal, Carolina Orthopedics can help.


During total joint replacement, the surgeon will remove parts of an arthritic or damaged joint and replace it with a metal, plastic, or ceramic device called a prosthesis. The reason for doing this is to replace damaged parts so that the joint now moves in a normal, healthy way.


Hip and knee replacements are the most commonly performed joint replacements, but replacement surgery can also be performed on other joints like your hip, knee, and shoulder. Carolina Orthopedics has not only total joint replacement specialists but specializes in the replacement of these specific joints as well.


Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is an orthopedic device such as a brace, sling, cold therapy unit or other rehabilitation tools.  Our DME Specialist is trained to properly fit you for any DME product that your Carolina Orthopedic physician may prescribe for you.


Provides surgeons and patients with immediate, eyes-on answers to the condition of the intra-articular joint space. With plug-n-play simplicity, it is a fully integrated solution that combines a camera, light source, and access needle into a single-use device. Optimized for use in the orthopedic office setting, mi-eye delivers immediate visualization, practice-friendly ease of use, and a simple, streamlined procedure.


  • Fully disposable product minimizes set-up hassle and cleanup

  • Leverages existing reimbursement codes for in-office procedures

  • Small and portable, it is easy to incorporate into the office environment

  • Overall reduction of time from injury to recovery, as patients can be scheduled for surgery or conservative care sooner

  • Reduces the need to refer patients out of the office for lengthy, indirect visualization

  • Real-time visualization of patient anatomy

  • No draping required or concerns about reusable components as the products are delivered sterilize and are single use

  • Injection capabilities throughout procedure via the integrated luer fitting and lumen

  • Self-blunting design provides simple joint access and eliminates the need for separate trocars or cannulas

  • Comes ready for immediate use

  • Zero assembly required – mi-eye



  • Osteoarthritis

  • Hip and Knee pain

  • Tendon injuries pulled muscles, bursitis and torn cartilage

  • Torn ligaments, sprains and strains 

  • Joint discomfort

  • Abnormalities of the fingers and toes

  • Upper extremity joint pain

  • Fractures and dislocations

  • Sports or work-related injuries