Sometimes, despite physical therapy and rest, orthopedic injuries do not resolve themselves. Other times, a traumatic injury can trigger an urgent need for surgical intervention. No matter the cause for your injury, Divine Savior Healthcare has a team of board-certified orthopedic surgeons who can evaluate and treat your condition.

Dr. Frank Walter and Dr. Doug Arnold work together in our Orthopedic Department, consulting each other with every step of your care. They, and their teams, have one thing on their minds: your care.  You and your family will be fully prepared for surgery with pre-op teaching, staff to answer questions and personal phone calls to explain any details that may be important. This type of approach makes our surgeries some of the most successful in the area.

Our surgeons are experts at everything orthopedic: custom total knee replacements, hip replacement, knee surgery (such as ACL surgery), carpal tunnel surgery and many others. They only use state-of-the-art procedures, advancements and equipment. What’s more, our surgeons get to know you by name — and take the time to teach you about your surgery.  

It is these high standards of quality that make Divine Savior Healthcare your first choice for healthcare.

For more information on orthopedic treatments and conditions, visit treatments and conditions. You can also contact us to schedule a consultation to answer any of your questions.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Impingement
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Tendonitis
  • Hip Replacement
  • Joint Replacement
  • Knee Replacement
  • Shoulder Replacement




Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strainComputer Vision Syndrome

Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain, can affect anyone who spends three or more hours a day in front of a computer, tablet, e-reader or cell phone.  Many individuals are at risk, including those who “cannot work without a computer.”  And that’s not counting the millions of children, adolescents and adults who spend many hours a day playing screen-based games or using e-readers.  The average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer, either in the office or working from home.