Minnetonka Ambulatory Surgery Center

15450 Highway 7, Suite 200, Minnetonka, MN 55345

Talk to a nurse, for general surgery questions, or directions: 763-581-8950

Schedule a clinic appointment: 651-968-5201 or schedule online

Find location details, map, and parking for Minnetonka Ambulatory Surgery Center; Surgery Center is located on the second floor in Suite 200.

Our care team in Minnetonka provides you with the highest surgical quality in healthcare.

Minnetonka Ambulatory Surgery Center is located in the North Memorial Health Medical Center near Highway 7 and interstate 494 in Minnetonka. Specialty-trained nursing staff, surgeons, and the whole surgery staff work collaboratively, placing you at the center of the care team. Our focus is on you, and setting you up for success and excellent outcomes after surgery.

Common types of orthopedic surgery performed at Minnetonka Ambulatory Surgery Center:

  • Hand, wrist, and elbow procedures
  • Foot and ankle surgeries
  • Carpal tunnel release
  • Biceps repair
  • Foot, ankle, and leg fracture repairs
  • Arthroscopy (knee, hip, and shoulder)
  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair and reconstruction
  • Fracture surgery
  • Rotator cuff repair

Common spine pain management procedures performed at Minnetonka Ambulatory Surgery Center:

  • Neurostimulator implants
  • Epidural steroid injections (ESI)
  • Nerve root blocks
  • Facet joint injections
  • Medial branch blocks (MBB)
  • Discography
  • Sacroiliac joint injections
  • Pars defect injections
  • Vertebroplasty
  • Radiofrequency neurotomy (RF)

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