Arthroscopy is the surgical examination of a joint through a small viewing lens. This allows the surgeon to thoroughly evaluate the joint and to perform arthroscopic surgery within the joint using a highly specialized set of tools. The joint is visualized on a video monitor and pictures can be used to record the procedure.
Total Joint Replacement
A total joint replacement is just what the name suggests: The replacing of a damaged or diseased
joint with an artificial joint. With new and constantly changing technology, prosthetics are available for almost every joint in the body.
Carpal Tunnel Release
A carpal tunnel release can be done endoscopically or open. Both techniques ease the pressure on the median nerve by dividing the ligament and enlarging the carpal tunnel.
A Fracture is a broken bone. There are many different names for different types and areas of a fracture.
Please request two (2) days before you will run out. Note that refill requests made after 4:00 p.m. will be done the following business day. Medication refills are not available on weekend days.
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A provider is available to answer your questions. Please leave your message with our medical secretary or answering service and we will be sure that your call is returned as soon as possible.
Your co-pay is due at time of service. Deductible and co-insurance is due upon receipt of your explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company. We will be happy to submit your medical claims for up to two different insurance companies. If you are being seen for an injury, your regular insurance will not pay until all liability insurances have been exhausted. You must call your regular insurance and notify them after any liability insurance has paid on your claim. If you do not promptly provide us with the information we require to submit your claims, you will be personally responsible for payment.
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