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Arizona Orthopedic & Fracture Surgeons

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Orthopaedics

  • Hip, Joint Replacement, Knee, Sports Medicine, Trauma, Osteoarthritis, General Orthopaedics, Shoulder
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Whether you are an elite athlete, weekend warrior or need help with your daily aches and pains, we have the professionals here to help. We use conservative and surgical techniques to manage a wide variety of musculoskeletal problems.

 

Our notable and professional doctors possess expertise in every facet of orthopaedic diagnostics, treatments and surgeries. We are confident in our ability to address any issue you have. Our extended staff is also highly professional and skilled in assessing and working with your individual needs. Together we reach out to each of our patients to build and maintain relationships that create an important and lasting line of communication between us. We want a relationship with you that will stand the test of time, and you’ll see that the first time you walk through our door. Lastly, because of our commitment to the best and most thorough care available, we offer to stay in contact with your referring physician or clinician to keep everyone informed and on the same course toward your complete healing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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