7 orthopedic practices opening new facilities

Written by Alan Condon | August 21, 2019 | Print  |

Here are seven orthopedic practices expanding with new facilities.

Baldwin Bone & Joint opened a new office in Foley, Ala., its fourth location in the county. Five orthopedic surgeons will see patients at the practice.

Laramie, Wyo.-based Premier Bone & Joint Centers broke ground on a new surgery and physical therapy center Aug. 14. The practice is building the new center because of an influx of patients. It plans to keep its existing surgery center open and will perform small procedures or injections there once the new center opens.

Charlotte, N.C.-based OrthoCarolina opened its renovated office in Pineville, N.C. Subspecialties treated at the Pineville facility include spine, sports medicine and pediatrics, among others. The center added 18 patient rooms, bringing the total to 30.

Indianapolis-based Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine opened a new medical office in Carmel, Ind. The new center features 30 exam rooms. It will provide the full spectrum of neurosurgical care including disorders of the spine, brain and nervous system.

Chattanooga-based Parkridge Bone & Joint opened an orthopedic office and walk-in clinic in East Brainerd, Tenn. Orthopedic surgeons Chris Pankiw, MD, and Martin Redish, MD, provide the full spectrum of orthopedic care at the new facility, which features six updated treatment rooms, diagnostic equipment and a renovated office space.

Morgantown, W.Va.- based Mountainstate Orthopedic Associates opened a new center in Bridgeport. It provides the full spectrum of orthopedic services. The new facility allows the group to expand its reach and cater to patients beyond the Morgantown area.

Indianapolis-based OrthoIndy plans to open a new urgent care and physical therapy clinic in Greenwood, Ind. The new facility will feature 10 exam rooms, digital imaging and provide emergency care for bone, joint and muscle conditions without the need for an appointment. 

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