Orthopedic Group

Orthopedic Group

If you’re someone who is searching for an orthopedic institute to treat your neck or back pain, you may find it beneficial to look into an orthopedic group practice. Patients often forget that the type of clinic that performs their spine operation is nearly as important as the spine operation itself. And, because there are so many differences between a hospital and a specialized orthopedic clinic, it’s important to understand all of your choices before you make a surgical decision.

Group practice

An orthopedic group practice basically has several physicians who have come together to form a private orthopedic clinic. At one of these clinics, the physicians not only share a space and medical equipment, but the rationale is that they can also combine medical expertise and diagnostic capabilities to ensure that their patients have the best care possible. A group practice may involve several medical specialties, or it may simply focus on one field of medicine. For instance, an orthopedic institution may have a variety of spine orthopedic physicians, or they may have pediatric orthopedists, knee orthopedists and sports medicine orthopedists.

The benefits of group practices

Let’s look at a few of the benefits that patients will experience if they choose an orthopedic group practice to perform their spine operation:

  • Group practice allows patients to get feedback from a variety of specialists, without having to visit multiple hospitals for diagnostic information. For instance, if you have spinal arthritis that has produced bone spurs that have led to an overall narrowing of the spine, it is important that you have access to physicians that can address each aspect of your condition.
  • On-site equipment, lab facilities, medical imaging technology, surgical space and multi-specialty physicians are all features of an orthopedic group practice and can provide patients with more convenience than many traditional medical hospitals.
  • Group practice also allows for greater physician specialization. Because several experts are concentrating on one area of medicine, such as orthopedics, it’s possible for one physician to develop his skills with herniated discs, while another doctor may have the time and resources to develop his expertise of facet disease.
  • The orthopedic physicians in a group practice setting take a more holistic approach to your treatment, from your initial medical evaluation to your postsurgical physical therapy. Patients are able to have the advantage of a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan.

Laser Spine Institute treatment

Contact Laser Spine Institute to find out more information about the benefits of a private orthopedic clinic and why 90 percent of our patients report returning to work in only three months. To show you how serious we are about helping you find relief from pain, we’d like to offer you a review of your MRI or CT scan.