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    Orthopedics in Port Huron


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    Business Listing   Advanced Orthopedics - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 985-4300


    Business Listing   Bone & Joint Institute P C - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 987-9871


    Business Listing   Doss Gary DO - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 985-4900


    Business Listing   Nebel Orthopedic Center - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 982-9911


    Business Listing   Orthopedic Associates - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 985-4901


    Business Listing   Townley Orthopedic Building - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 987-9111


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    Helpful Definition for: Orthopedics


    Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic doctors specialize in diagnosis and treatment of problems of the musculoskeletal system. This would mean that they are primarily concerned with pathology of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. There are a number of professions that offer non-surgical treatment options for many orthopedic problems, such as physiotherapy, chiropractic, occupational therapy, podiatry, and kinesiology. Conditions requiring medication or surgical intervention are managed by orthopedic surgeons in Port Huron.Many orthopedic surgeons in Port Huron opt for further training or fellowship, after completing their residency training.

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