Dr Lyall Ashberg offers comprehensive orthopedic services in South Florida, Fl. Our team specializes in the area of hip preservation and general adolescent and pediatric orthopedics in South Florida. Dr Ashberg addresses many types of musculoskeletal conditions and treatments, including foot and ankle disorders, hip conditions and minimally invasive hip preservation arthroscopy, robotic assisted anterior hip replacement, shoulder disorders and advanced shoulder reconstructive surgery, sports medicine and knee preservation arthroscopy, pediatric orthopedics, scoliosis and limb deformity, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and interventional pain management.
Adolescent & Pediatric Orthopedic Conditions Treated
Recognizing the specific needs of children, Dr. Ashberg creates a comfortable environment that is not intimidating for children and their family. Dr. Lyall Ashberg's special training and experience in pediatric orthopedics creates the best medical care available for kids in the South Florida area of South Florida and beyond.
Dr. Ashberg provides a comprehensive, head-to-toe pediatric orthopedic service, in caring for most pediatric and adolescent/young adult orthopedic conditions. Read more
Don't let hip pain keep you from the live that you want to live. If you're one of the millions of Americans suffering from hip pain caused by arthritis or an injury to the hip, and you haven't experienced adequate relief with conservative treatment options, hip replacement surgery may be right for you.
Dr Ashberg offers minimally invasive, robotic assisted (MAKO), and anterior hip replacement surgery, with an emphasis on rapid recovery, including out patient surgery as an option in South Florida, Florida. Read more
Dr Ashberg’s training in hip preservation surgery allows him to provide minimally invasive treatment of the hip in this cutting edge, rapidly developing area of orthopedic surgery. The goal of hip preservation is to prevent or delay the early onset of arthritis or the need for a joint replacement. Hip preservation combines nonoperative treatment strategies like stem cell therapy and physical therapy as well as arthroscopy surgery.
Hip preservation treats a full spectrum of hip disorders, including but not limited to: labral tears, hip impingement, hip dysplasia, and osteoarthritis. Hip preservation is rapidly evolving and the latest arthroscopic techniques allow for a broad range of patients, including high-performance athletes, to maintain normal hip function. Read more