One of the most enjoyable parts of our practice is the variety of who and what we see in a given day. It's not unusual to see a 4 year old and a 94 year old in the waiting room on the same day. We'd like to think that, with general care and proper diet and exercise, we can live our whole life without having to experience the pain and inconvenience that comes with a broken bone, inflamed tendon or joint, pinched nerve or other musculoskeletal injury. While we still hope that's the case for you, in the event that a mishap occurs and you find yourself a bit disconnected, we're happy to help get you put back together. Fortunately, a lot of fractures and other conditions require only immobilization in a cast or splint and "tincture of time" until the body does what it was created to do and you find yourself back on your way. Some conditions resolve with the addition of injections or physical therapy. When surgery is required to address your problem, you can rest assured that you'll have all the time you need to discuss the options available to you. We like to think that we have the most educated patients around because we spend the time necessary to explain your condition, the anatomy involved and the risks, benefits and alternatives of treatment to your satisfaction.