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Symptoms & Conditions

Offering specialized medical care for orthopedic injuries, unlike other urgent cares or emergency rooms that treat people who have a broad range of urgent health problems. Due to COVID we may have longer than typical wait times. We’re doing our best to ensure the safety of our doctors and patients.

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Back & Hips

Conditions related to arthritis and osteoarthritis; problems related to the vertebrae; slipped, degenerating or herniated discs; back pain or neck pain related to nerve damage, osteoporosis or spinal problems or abnormalities such as scoliosis or spinal stenosis; and back or neck problems from sports injuries.

HIP IMPINGEMENT
SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION
VERTEBRAL COMPRESSION FRACTURE
HERNIATED DISCS
HIP BURSITIS
SPINAL DISORDERS
SPINAL FRACTURES
BACK PAIN
DISC DEGENERATION
COCCYDYNIA
BULGING DISCS

Ankle & Foot

Ankle and foot sprains, ankle and foot fractures, torn ankle ligaments; plantar fasciitis and heel spurs; Achilles ruptures, torn or injured Achilles tendons, tendonitis; tarsal tunnel syndrome due to a pinched nerve; pronation and supination; unusual conditions such as Lederhose’s Disease.

BUNIONS
HEEL PAIN
POSTERIOR TIBIAL TENDON DYSFUNCTION
SESAMOIDITIS
INTOEING
ADULT-ACQUIRED FLATFOOT DEFORMITY
JONES FRACTURE
CORNS
ANKLE SPRAINS & STRAINS
PLANTAR FASCITIS
TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
ACHILLES TENDON TEAR & RUPTURE
ANKLE FRACTURES
LISFRANC (MIDFOOT) INJURY
ACHILLES TENDONOSIS
TALUS FRACTURES

Knee & Legs

Osteoarthritis causes cartilage and membrane of the joints to degenerate; rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that attacks the linings of the joints. Both lead to great pain, stiffness, mobility problems and joint deformity. ACES Premier Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine can help patients whose hips and knees are becoming painful and whose deteriorating condition is interfering with daily life. Other conditions of the hip and knee that we treat are damaged or torn cartilage (such as the menisci in the knee), tendonitis, bursitis in the hip/pelvic area, and muscle bruises and tears.

PATELLAR FRACTURE
MENISCUS TEAR
CHONDROMALACIA PATELLA (RUNNER’S KNEE)
ACL TEAR
FIBULA FRACTURE
LCL/MCL TEARS
FEMUR FRACTURE
TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURE
KNEE BURSITIS
TIBIA FRACTURE
ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT INJURY
PATELLAR SUBLUXATION/DISLOCATION

Arms & Shoulders

Shoulder tears in the shoulder joint or in the rotator cuff (common among athletes but they can happen to anyone); shoulder bursitis and shoulder fractures, including “floating” shoulder; dislocated shoulder or dislocated elbow; tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow; problems due to biceps tendon rupture and other bicep tendon conditions; surgical repair of certain types of elbow and forearm fractures; and radial and cubital tunnel syndrome, which affect the forearm area and nerves.

UPPER EXTREMITY PAIN
SHOULDER BURSITIS
ROTATOR CUFF TEAR
SHOULDER LABRAL TEAR
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
GANGLION CYSTS
SCAPHOID FRACTURE
DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTURES
DISTAL RADIUS FRACTURE (BROKEN WRIST)
WRIST SPRAINS & STRAINS
HAND & FINGER FRACTURES
HUMERUS FRACTURE

Head & Neck

Shoulder tears in the shoulder joint or in the rotator cuff (common among athletes but they can happen to anyone); shoulder bursitis and shoulder fractures, including “floating” shoulder; dislocated shoulder or dislocated elbow; tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow; problems due to biceps tendon rupture and other bicep tendon conditions; surgical repair of certain types of elbow and forearm fractures; and radial and cubital tunnel syndrome, which affect the forearm area and nerves.

NEUROPATHY
NECK INJURIES
MYELOPATHY
RADICULOPATHY

General

Shoulder tears in the shoulder joint or in the rotator cuff (common among athletes but they can happen to anyone); shoulder bursitis and shoulder fractures, including “floating” shoulder; dislocated shoulder or dislocated elbow; tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow; problems due to biceps tendon rupture and other bicep tendon conditions; surgical repair of certain types of elbow and forearm fractures; and radial and cubital tunnel syndrome, which affect the forearm area and nerves.

PINCHED NERVES
COMPRESSION FRACTURES
ARTHRITIS & BURSITIS PAIN
INJURED MUSCLES, TENDONS, & LIGAMENTS
BROKEN BONES
SPORTS INJURIES
OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES
REPETITIVE MOTION INJURIES
TENDINITIS
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
MUSCLE SPASMS
OSTEOARTHRITIS
OSTEOPOROSIS & BONE DENSITY
JOINT PAIN & INFLAMMATION

INFORMATION

At Premier Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine P.C., we take our obligation to stay open and care for our patients very seriously. Our ability to treat orthopedic, spinal problems, and podiatric issues alleviates the burden currently placed on our hospitals and urgent care centers so that they can concentrate on dealing with the effects of the virus. To that end, we will remain open for our patients as long as we are provided the guidance to do so by the CDC and local officials.

As of right now we are working hard to ensure that our patients are spread out over as many hours as possible. We have new procedures in place to ensure that your time spent in the waiting room will not be prolonged and that you will be able to see your provider quickly. We are also offering Telemedicine. Please call the office to schedule an appointment and request a Virtual Visit with one of our doctors or physician assistants.

Amid the situation we are all experiencing with the COVID-19 pandemic, our offices will call you prior to your appointment for a telephone screening and to provide further instructions. We are requesting that all patients that have a mask, so please wear one at your scheduled visit.

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SOCIAL DISTANCING

We are asking our patients to arrive for their appointment either alone or with no more than one individual over the age of 18. Additionally, we may ask you to wait in the car or outside the waiting room until we are ready to bring you in.

To facilitate this, we will ask for your mobile number at the time of check-in and call you when the doctor is ready to see you. We are taking all of the necessary precautions and following CDC guidelines, to keep your safety the first priority. One of our staff members will be outside our offices to check for a fever and make sure everything is ready for you.

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CLEANING OF OUR FACILITIES

We have removed all magazines from the waiting area and are sanitizing all common areas. We clean and disinfect each patient room before and after every visit.

Door knobs, desks, counters, and frequently touched areas and equipment are wiped down and disinfected repeatedly throughout the day. Hand sanitizer is readily available at check-in and exam rooms, and hand-washing may be done in our exam rooms and bathroom facilities.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

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