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Fellowship-Trained Orthopaedic Surgeons

The Quad City Area’s Only Group of All Board-Certified
and
Fellowship-Trained Orthopaedic Surgeons

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The world of orthopedics is changing on a daily basis — and the orthopaedic surgeons and clinical professionals of Orthopaedic Specialists, PC continue to be a part of that change. You’ll find news releases, publications and press coverage related to OS here.

What Is Shoulder Instability?

Shoulder instability can significantly limit activity, whether you’re a professional athlete or regular individual. If you’re experiencing one or more of the following issues, you may have shoulder instability, a condition in which the shoulder joint becomes loose: A sensation that the shoulder is loose or slipping out of place […]

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Do I Need A Hip Replacement?

Persistent hip pain, typically associated with arthritis, can cause stiffness or weakness, which can lead to reduced mobility. If you’re experiencing these symptoms, it may be time to consider a hip replacement procedure. Only a medical professional can diagnose the root of the problem, but it is possible to narrow […]

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What Are The Benefits Of Hip Replacement With An Anterior Approach?

Are you experiencing pain from a hip condition? If normal activities, such as walking or standing up after sitting, are becoming difficult or impossible, a replacement procedure may be beneficial. At Orthopaedic Specialists, we offer a broad selection of hip treatments, including minimally invasive anterior hip replacement. By creating an […]

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Should Younger Patients Have Knee Replacement Surgery?

Patients who have severe knee arthritis in their 30s and 40s often develop this condition after suffering a meniscus or ACL tear followed by surgery. Even with treatment, degenerative changes can lead to significant pain and, particularly upsetting for younger individuals, reduced function. A partial knee replacement can be a […]

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