Wilcox Bone & Joint Center offers orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, podiatry, physiatry and rheumatology services for patients of all ages, as well as bone density evaluation and treatment using the latest technology. Our goal is to take care of patient needs on Kauai so that patients and their families do not have to face the stress of traveling off island for care. We offer a wide range of bone and joint services such as joint replacements, robotic knee replacement, shoulder surgery, ankle replacement, platelet rich plasma injections, wound care and management of arthritis.
State-of-the-Art Robotic Surgery on Kauai
Wilcox Bone & Joint Center provides individualized care using the very latest in medical technology. Wilcox offers robotics-assisted partial knee replacement and total knee replacement surgeries for the people of Kauai. Visit the Robotic Knee Replacement page to learn more>>
Joint Replacement Surgery
Wilcox Bone & Joint Center specializes in several types of joint replacement surgery, including ankle, hip and knee total and partial replacements.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Our Sports Medicine physicians are also up-to-date on the latest non-surgical techniques, such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP injection is a medical procedure used to treat injuries of the musculoskeletal system. Many studies have indicated that platelets play a critical role in the repair of the body’s tissue.
Our podiatric surgeon focuses on conditions and issues related to the lower leg and foot. Common ailments, such as heel pain stemming from tendonitis, bursitis, and plantar fasciitis, are treated by podiatry. We also take care of a large number of patients with lower leg wound problems. Patients of all ages and activity levels may experience foot pain. We also help you obtain custom shoe inserts to help correct conditions that stem from poor alignment or overuse of the foot.
Wilcox Bone & Joint Center specializes in treating conditions of the hand and upper extremities, including carpal tunnel syndrome. Our physicians are trained in two of the most common surgeries to treat and potentially heal carpal tunnel syndrome -- open release surgery and endoscopic surgery.