Board Certified Bone, Joint, Ligament, Tendon, and Nerve Surgeons serving our community for 20 years
Orthopaedic Associates to close 3/31/2015
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What we do and the various conditions we treat
Who we are, meet our doctors and staff; Email your doctor, medical assistants or billing
Where we are and how to schedule Appointments and get new patient forms
Which insurance we accept with lists of plans and a Brief Guide to Medical Bills
Hospitals and surgeries we perform, see surgery video; hip replacement/view inside the knee
Common problems and how to treat them WITHOUT surgery
Current Patients checklist before your surgery, doctor referrals, change appointments
Medical links to sites with more info on your diagnosis
Newsletter- Orthopaedic Associates news
Which is correct Orthopaedic or Orthopedic?
BOTH! The English spelling (ae) is derived from Greek while the common spelling is Germanic.
Orthopaedic surgery is a unique relatively new surgical specialty that was developed in the early part of this century to care for crippled children, hence our symbol which depicts a crooked tree lashed to a straight splint (below far right). Until the 1950's most General Practitioner's (Family Practice doctors) cared for fractures with General Surgeons doing the operations. Orthopaedic surgeons are now the primary care providers for all musculoskeletal problems.