Orthopedic Care

NOI physicians have experience in many areas of orthopedic care. If you are not sure whom you need to see we recommend calling our office and speaking with one of our patient specialists who can help you to identify the right physician. Contact us today.

Dr. James Caillouette specializes in Orthopedic Care, Hip and Knee. For more information, view the links below:

Motion is life. Motion helps us to define ourselves. A loss of mobility is often viewed as a loss of freedom and independence. As an Orthopedic Surgeon, my expertise is in the restoration of mobility. My area of specialty interest and training is Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement. My goal is to restore your mobility and freedom to perform the activities of life that make your life enjoyable. I use a variety of treatment methods from non-operative to operative depending on what is best for each individual. I look forward to helping you return to an active life.

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Orthopedics and Your Total Health

Life is defined in many ways, but one of them is motion. As an orthopedic surgeon, my goal is to restore the use of your body, and pain free motion to your life. Often this can be achieved through a combination of non-surgical means such as physical therapy, short-term use of medication, a change in activity or other modalities. There are situations where these treatments will be unsuccessful and then we turn to surgical intervention. When surgery is the treatment of choice, the body and its biology should be respected. I believe that minimally invasive techniques and implant systems should be employed whenever possible. This aids in short term healing and the body’s long-term biologic response. Additionally, I believe that we need to use all available means to minimize pain and maximize outcome. This includes state of the art anesthetic techniques, preoperative visualization and relaxation, adjunct pain management such as acupuncture, and a healthy dietary regimen. By viewing your surgery holistically, I hope to speed your recovery and return you to the enjoyment of a pain free, active life.Life is defined in many ways, but one of them is motion. As an orthopedic surgeon, my goal is to restore the use of your body, and pain free motion to your life. Often this can be achieved through a combination of non-surgical means such as physical therapy, short-term use of medication, a change in activity or other modalities. There are situations where these treatments will be unsuccessful and then we turn to surgical intervention. When surgery is the treatment of choice, the body and its biology should be respected. I believe that minimally invasive techniques and implant systems should be employed whenever possible. This aids in short term healing and the body’s long-term biologic response. Additionally, I believe that we need to use all available means to minimize pain and maximize outcome. This includes state of the art anesthetic techniques, preoperative visualization and relaxation, adjunct pain management such as acupuncture, and a healthy dietary regimen. By viewing your surgery holistically, I hope to speed your recovery and return you to the enjoyment of a pain free, active life.