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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I see an orthopedic doctor?

If you've recently been injured or have a mix of chronic orthopedic symptoms (bone and joint pain), then it may be worth paying a visit to an orthopedic specialist. Although seeing your PCP (primary care physician) might be your first choice, going to an orthopedic physician can save you both time and money.

What should I do after orthopedic surgery?

Following best practices after surgery will significantly reduce recovery time. We recommend avoiding physical activities such as sports, heavy lifting, and repetitive & overhead movements. A door-to-door concierge service is provided before & after surgery to help alleviate your travels, as well as post-surgery follow-ups, physical therapy, and rehabilitation devices.

What is the most common orthopedic surgery?

The most common amongst orthopedic surgeries are of the knee and shoulder, followed by the wrist and ankle. Although surgery is always a last resort, we implement a minimally-invasive procedure known as arthroscopy when required. Arthroscopy is when we make a button-hole-sized incision that helps us diagnose & treat the joints' condition in a state-of-the-art manner and faster recovery.

Is orthopedic surgery painful?

In a majority of cases, numbing techniques like nerve blocks help create a painless experience. However, it’s essential to remember that everyone is different. Pain levels can vary significantly per individual case based on factors such as lifestyle, habits, and activity levels. Slight discomfort is common after surgery, but we take every measure to accelerate your road to recovery.

What will my first othopedic appointment be like?

We analyze your medical history (i.e., general health, past health, family medical history, etc.), pain levels, range of motion, as well as review the imaging results you currently have, such as an MRI, CT scan, and X-ray. If no imaging is available, we’ll help facilitate the process to diagnose your condition better.

What is considered an orthopedic condition?

An orthopedic condition is an injury or disease that affects the musculoskeletal system. Some of the most common disorders can stem from acute injuries (i.e., bone fractures, dislocated joints, overuse) or chronic orthopedic diseases (i.e., arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis, tumors, and joint & muscle pain).


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