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Orthopedics: Let’s Talk Facts

Orthopedic Surgeon in Surgery Room, Masks

Your orthopedic surgeon is a medical doctor with extensive training in the proper diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Orthopedic patients have benefited from technological advances such as joint replacement, and the arthroscope that allows the orthopedist to look inside a joint. But your visit with Perimeter Orthopaedics will start with a personal interview and physical examination. This may be followed by diagnostic tests such as blood tests, X-rays, or other tests.

Not all orthopedic treatment should be created equal. Not everyone will need surgery and not everyone will need physical therapy. It is best to evaluate your situation with a trusted provider so you get the care you need, and deserve.

Orthopedic Facts:

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High-quality orthopedic care is invaluable. It helps people reclaim their quality of life. The value of orthopedic care is when people like YOU can get back to work, to family, and to doing the things you love.

If you would like to learn more, please call us at 404-255-5595 to schedule a visit with one of our providers.

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