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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.

Orthopaedic Specialists and Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa Join Forces to Provide Enhanced Patient Care

In an effort to offer our patients the best possible care at an affordable price, Orthopaedic Specialists, PC has partnered with Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa (PCI). As two independent physician organizations, both PCI and Orthopaedic Specialists place the highest value on efficiently performing a comprehensive selection of leading medical procedures. […]

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What Is Spinal Stenosis?

Back and neck pain are, unfortunately, familiar problems for many people. Herniated discs are one of the most common conditions, but it’s not the only issue that can cause discomfort and difficulty performing certain activities. Spinal stenosis is another prevalent disorder that often affects people over the age of 50. […]

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What Are the Different Types of Spinal Surgery?

If you’re experiencing back pain and considering an operation, the type of spinal surgery your physician recommends will depend on the condition you were diagnosed with. Having said that, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and some other back concerns often have some overlapping treatment techniques. It’s important to understand all […]

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Do I Have a Herniated Disc?

As one of the most common causes of neck and back pain, many people are curious to know if their discomfort is due to a herniated disc. This condition can develop due to many reasons, including injury and wear and tear over time. Fortunately, in many cases a herniated disc […]

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Does an ACL Injury Require Surgery?

If you watch or play sports, you may be aware of how often ACL injuries can occur during recreation. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the two major ligaments that help to stabilize the knee. If damaged or torn, the ACL can cause a great deal of pain […]

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Top Graft Choices for ACL Reconstruction

According to recent statistics, between 250,000 and 300,000 people experience ACL injuries each year, most of whom are athletes. A torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) can sideline a player for about six-to-nine months or more. Torn ACLs are typically repaired with a tissue graft, and there are many different types […]

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