Monday through Friday from 9:00
AM to 5:00 PM.
are reserved for you to receive proper care. The office is committed to making every reasonable effort to be on time.
To make an appointment, please call the office and tell the receptionist the purpose of your visit. Briefly describe the nature of your visit. The receptionist will schedule the correct amount of time for your visit based on this information. Please bring any x-rays pertaining to your visit, not just the report.
Please be sure you leave a number where you can be reached in case an unexpected situation develops that we need to contact you regarding a delay or change of your appointment.
To cancel an appointment, please call the office at least 24 hours in advance. The receptionist will reschedule the appointment at a time which is convenient for you.
Emergency appointments can be made with proper respect for patients who have previously scheduled appointments. Every effort will be made to address urgent medical problems, while fulfilling our commitments to previously scheduled appointments.
TELEPHONE CALLS with questions or concerns regarding your condition are encouraged. Our trained staff can answer most questions.
A physician is always available to handle any emergency that may arise.
FRACTURES/INJURIES are worked into our schedule. All fractures and injuries are seen on a timely basis. It will be necessary for you to bring any x-rays related to your fracture or injury. The physicians need the actual film, not just the report.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS (AAOS):
The latest source for latest Legislation, educational, health care policy and research information. The site includes the bylaws and position papers of the AAOS, and the latest federal and state laws enacted that pertain to the practice of orthopaedics and medicine.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF HIP AND KNEE SURGEONS (AAHKS):
Established in 1991, the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) is committed to its mission of providing educational opportunities to its members.
Discusses non operative means of dealing with arthritis. Gives local resources that are available.
MICHIGAN CHAPTER OF THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION:
Welcome to the Michigan Chapter web page. Arthritis affects an estimated 1.5 million Michigan residents. The Centers for Disease Control projected increase in the prevalence of arthritis nationwide by 2020 would translate to an increase to about 2.2 million people with arthritis in Michigan.