General Orthopaedic Care
Our physicians are committed to helping you achieve and maintain optimal bone, joint, and muscle health, and movement as quickly as possible. We treat everything from sprains, strains, and fractures to tendonitis, arthritis, and musculoskeletal pain.
Education & training
A general orthopaedic surgeon spends four years in medical school, another four years in residency training in orthopedic surgery, and additional year of training in general surgery.
The intensive training of a general orthopaedic surgeon makes them highly capable and qualified to treat even the most complex orthopaedic conditions.
A general orthopaedic surgeon can choose to further undergo subspecialty training (fellowship training) in areas like sports medicine, hand surgery, or total joint replacement.