Leading Orthopedic Specialists in Michigan

The future of orthopedics is happening now at Beaumont. With expertise that helps you lose pain. Gain mobility. And get back to normal faster than you could imagine.

From minimally invasive joint replacements to spine surgery and sports medicine, Beaumont Health is Michigan’s preferred destination for orthopedics. Our nationally recognized orthopedic specialists work to get you back to an active lifestyle. Our program includes:

  • recognition as the top hospital for orthopedics in Michigan and one of the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report (Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak)
  • some of the nation’s most experienced orthopedic specialists
  • destination for joint replacement and spinal surgery
  • latest in research and innovation

To connect with an orthopedic specialist, call 248-577-6252 or complete the form below.

New orthopedic center in Taylor

New center offers access to a variety of physicians, clinicians and specialists

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Joint Pain Resources

Get Your Joint Pain Questions Answered

View our online classes describing ways to improve your knee or hip pain.

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Hip Pain: Causes and Treatments

You have several options for dealing with hip pain.

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Knee pain: causes and treatments

At some point, most of us have experienced knee pain.

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Joint Pain Assessment

Is your hip or knee pain normal?

Our free joint pain assessment helps you decide if you should talk to a doctor about your hip or knee pain.



About Orthopedics


Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak ranks in the top 30 orthopedic hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report.

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Health, Wellness & News

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Couple says their Beaumont ‘medical mom’ changed their lives and helps them manage serious health conditions

"I just want to help them understand their medical issues and involve them in choosing the best course of treatment for them."

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Chronic back pain procedure tested at Beaumont could help people worldwide

A minimally invasive, nerve ablating procedure, approved by the FDA, may give some people with chronic low back pain another treatment option.

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Local man’s knees replaced, pain eliminated with help from new Mako robotic-arm assisted technology

Larry is happy to be back outside and mowing his lawn without wincing in pain.

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