The way we perform orthopedic surgery depends in part on the doctor we have.
We’ve all heard the saying that the doctor who treats you, not the orthopedist, should be the one who does the surgery.
The truth is that our orthopedists can do the surgery on their own.
When we first started working together, there was a common sense to it, and it’s the same with a lot of things we do.
Orthopedic surgeons work with the body’s natural healing processes to heal the damaged joints.
Our patients have many more complex problems to deal with than just knee or hip pain.
We have to learn how to understand their body, how to listen to it and then apply our knowledge to a particular situation.
Orthopaedic doctors are the most skilled and knowledgeable of all surgeons.
They have the experience, the training and the equipment to take on complex cases, like reconstructive surgery for knee replacement.
We’re also well-versed in treating multiple sclerosis.
If you’re diagnosed with MS, you can ask us about how to get better.
If your condition requires a new set of joints or a new procedure, we’ll work with you.
When you’re a doctor, it’s important to be able to work with others and get feedback from those around you.
There are two main reasons we practice orthopedically.
First, we care for people who need to do it.
Second, it gives us the opportunity to teach others how to do the same.
This has led us to collaborate with other medical specialties, like orthopedologists.
Doctors often collaborate in their own fields, such as pediatrics, on special needs children, and in the field of physical therapy.
Doctors are often the best-equipped to help their patients understand their bodies and how to handle the challenges of the job.
We also collaborate with the orthopaedics community to share our knowledge and ideas.
We talk about the health and wellness of our patients and help to bring new ideas to patients who might not be aware of them.
Our experience and expertise in orthopedia is one of the reasons why we are nationally recognized as the leading orthopedical health care provider.