When it comes to you or your loved one, it’s important to find quality care with top board certified specialists. That’s why so many people choose Straith Hospital. Straith offers specialty surgical services by top surgeons, orthopedics, pain medicine, physiatry, and inpatient rehabilitation. Straith Hospital nurses and staff work hard to provide you with the quality care you need for a healthier life. And as a smaller specialty hospital, you’ll receive the quality care you need in a setting where the primary focus is on you. Our single-floor facility fosters a more intimate environment, so patients can get the attention they need to feel safe and confident about their care.
Straith Hospital offers specialized surgical services, orthopedics, inpatient acute rehabilitation, pain management, physical medicine and rehabilitation. If you’re a surgeon looking for state-of-the-art operating rooms to perform surgery, or a patient who needs top quality treatment by leading physicians in the state, you can count on us. Straith Hospital is committed to delivering the highest quality care.
Straith Orthopedics provides comprehensive care for patients experiencing pain or limitation of motion in the bones, joints, muscles or surrounding structures.
Is pain keeping you from living your best life? Now there’s hope for individuals with pain. Straith Hospital is proud to introduce our very own Straith Interventional Pain Center lead by Dr. Michael Drelles. This new program offers patients with chronic pain a chance to improve their quality of life by relieving painful symptoms through a multi-modal approach to the treatment of pain.
Straith Orthopedics features the MAKO® SmartRobotics Technology to perform hip and knee replacements for our patients at no additional cost, just a better, more precise experience.
MAKO® SmartRobotics is designed to relieve pain caused by joint degeneration due to osteoarthritis (OA). By selectively targeting the exact area of your hip or knee that is damaged by OA, your surgeon can resurface your hip or knee while sparing the healthy bone and ligaments surrounding it.