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From Honduras with The Orthopaedic Group

From Honduras with The Orthopaedic Group

June 17, 2014

Dr. McGinley, Dr. Barbour and Scottie Chappell are part of a week-long medical mission to Honduras with Christian Medical Mission of South Alabama. Dr. McGinley is sharing a daily journal from Honduras with us.

Day 1, June 16: Easy trip. Dinner with medical students who have seen a lot of patients in gang area clinic. Amazing stories.

May Is Arthritis Awareness Month

May 12, 2014
With May designated as Arthritis Awareness Month, it’s the perfect time to start a walking program if you don’t already have one or maybe add to your current pace—particularly if you suffer from arthritis.
Arthritis is a disease of the joint, which is where the ends of two or more bones meet. The most common cause of disability in the U.S., it currently affects an estimated 50 million adults in this country and as many as 300,000 children. Sometimes regarded as an “old person’s disease,” it is actually most common in patients under 65.

Patients Can Undergo Surgery With Eyes Wide Open

May 12, 2014

Our hand surgeons at The Orthopaedic Group, P.C. now give patients the option of having surgery for some conditions, such as trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome, without being put to sleep. Along with being more efficient and less costly, this wide-awake surgery allows patients to chat with their doctor throughout the procedure.

Saturday Sports Care

August 6, 2013

When you are still feeling the effects of Friday night’s football game Saturday morning, The Orthopaedic Group, P.C. now offers a Saturday morning sports injury clinic from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. during the football season, starting September 1st and ending during the playoffs in November.

Any athlete, whether in high school or college, or a professional, can walk in with an acute athletic injury without an appointment. We promise expertise, dedication, and accessibility, knowing that a timely diagnosis and treatment plan may return an athlete to the field of play quicker.

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