Dr. Ackerson specializes in Total Joint Replacement
Who we are?
HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS® is a leading orthopedics practice in Pasadena, CA, offering the most effective, most advanced techniques for the assessment and treatment of simple and complex orthopedic injuries and diseases in patients of all ages. Conveniently located on Congress Street, HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS® is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to ensure each patient receives customized care based on his or her needs, including treatment for back pain, knee injuries, ankle pain, hand injuries, simple and complex fractures, osteoporosis, scoliosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder dislocation, tennis elbow, trigger finger, herniated disks, ACL injuries, and pediatric orthopedics issues. In addition, the medical team has extensive experience in traditional and arthroscopic surgery techniques, including minimally-invasive treatments for joint pain and joint replacement, meniscal transplants and cartilage transplants, as well as innovative approaches to therapy like PRP (platelet-enriched plasma) and patient-centered physical therapy.
HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS® is a trusted provider of skilled, compassionate care focused squarely on the needs of the individual patient. Every course of therapy and each treatment recommendation is founded on an in-depth analysis of the individual patient’s medical needs, overall health, and personal treatment objectives to ensure optimal outcomes in pediatric and adult patients, including athletes of all levels. The practice welcomes the opportunity to care for new patients and most major medical insurance plans are accepted.
Dr. Todd Borenstein is a top rated orthopedic surgeon at HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS®
Dr. Walter Hynan Burnham, M.D., is a leading Orthopedic Surgeon in Pasadena, CA.
Dr. Mark Jeffrey Jo, M.D., is a skilled Orthopedic Specialist offering advanced, custom care solutions.
Dr. Bradley Curtis Johnson is a fellowship-trained spine specialist.
Dr. Vahe Robert Panossian, M.D., is a top-ranked orthopedist .
Dr. Murtaza (Mort) Rizvi, M.D., is an experienced Hand Surgeon in Pasadena, CA.
Dr. George Tang, M.D., is a top-rated Orthopedic Surgeon.
A painless procedure that does not involve radiation, MRIs use magnetism, radio waves and a computer.
Tennis elbow doesn’t just affect athletes. It can be caused by any type of repetitive movement using the forearm and elbow.
The shoulder is an extremely mobile joint, with plenty of range of motion and flexibility thanks to its unique structure.
Cartilage is a tough, flexible connective tissue found in many areas of the body, including the joints.
Pediatric injuries require specialized expertise to ensure children’s bone and joints grow.
Osteoporosis affects millions of older men and women each year, significantly increasing the risk of serious fractures.
Many issues can cause or contribute to ankle pain, including fractures, sprains, tendonitis, and arthritis.
Back pain in one of the most common medical complaints in the U.S., affecting patients of both sexes and all ages.
PRP uses platelet-enriched blood to stimulate natural healing following injury, disease, or surgery.
Carpal tunnel syndrome affects millions of men and women, interfering with activities like typing, twisting and gripping.
Physical therapy uses a series of exercises, stretches and other techniques to help restore the health, strength.
The rotator cuff is a supportive structure in the shoulder that helps keep the shoulder joint stable.
Scoliosis causes an unnatural curvature of the spine, often accompanied by pain and dysfunction.
A fracture can cause different symptoms depending on the type of fracture and its location.
Hand fractures can cause pain as well as numbness, tingling and weakness in the fingers and palm.
Herniated disks cause local pain and discomfort in addition to radiating symptoms like pain.
Trigger finger occurs as a result of inflammation or injury, resulting in movement restriction and discomfort.
Joint replacement surgery is only performed when more conservative options like joint injections.
The ACL or anterior cruciate ligament is a strong band of fibrous tissue located in the knee.
A meniscus is a thick, rubbery piece of cartilage located in the knee and separating the thigh bone .