No matter the cause, injury and illness of the bones and joints can make everyday tasks difficult.
The Orthopedic Clinic offers diagnostic and treatment services to help uncover the cause of your pain or discomfort and then provide options to enhance your daily life.
The Orthopedic Clinic is located in Neosho Memorial's new medical office building across from the main hospital off of Seventh Street. As the clinic grows, one thing remains the same, we offer quality care close to home. If you need treatment or evaluation, simply call.
The clinic offers care and treatment of:
- Broken bones.
- Rotator cuff/shoulder replacement surgery
- Treatment of throwing injuries & other sports related conditions involving the upper extremity
- Congenital and pediatric upper extremity conditions
- Hip problems.
- Knee problems.
- Hand injuries.
- Shoulder injuries.
- Carpal tunnel.
- Joint replacement in Hand/Fingers.
- Shoulder arthroscopy.
- Wrist arthroscopy.
- Tendon transfers.
- Surgery to treat Raynaud's.
In association with orthopedic surgeon Alexander Mih, MD, the clinic is also staffed by provider, Brett Olson, PA-C.
What is an orthopedic surgeon?
An orthopedic surgeon, or orthopedist, is a surgeon specializing in the care of disorders of muscles, bones and joints. This specialty requires completion of a residency training program of four to five years undertaken after completing medical school and an internship.
What is a physician assistant who practices in orthopedics?
A physician assistant (PA) has broad medical training at accredited programs and works with physicians in any specialty, including orthopedics. Licensed in all states, PAs are recognized Medicare and Medicaid providers. They practice medicine with physician supervision. In the U.S., over 5,700 physician assistants work specifically in the area of orthopedics. These PAs diagnose and treat patients, order tests and prescribe medications.
The patient financial services department at Neosho Memorial can help you with insurance, billing or account balance information at 620.432.5307.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 620.432.5775.