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IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians
Orthopedics of Southern Indiana
583 S. Clarizz Blvd.
Bloomington, IN, 47401
Appointments and questions: 812.333.2663
At Orthopedics of Southern Indiana, we consider you a member of the healthcare team. Our surgeons are dedicated to providing clear explanations of treatment options as well as encouraging questions and discussion, so that you can make educated decisions regarding your healthcare. Our training, experience, and reputation allow us to make recommendations you can trust. We take your musculoskeletal problems very seriously and measure our success with each individual outcome.
Orthopedics of Southern Indiana will file with up to three different insurance companies on behalf of our patients. Insurance cards and co-pays are expected at time of service.
|Anthem Blue Cross Blue Sheild||Medicad|
|ChoiceCare||Private Healthcare System|
|First Health||United Healthcare|
|Focus||Other Providers Accepted|
|Indiana Health Network|
THE TEAM AT ORTHOPEDICS OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
Our orthopedic surgeons are highly specialized in the treatment of injuries and illnesses of the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, muscles, tendons and nerves. All of our orthopedic surgeons have undergone extensive training, including four years of college, four years of medical school, and five years of orthopedic residency. Four of our physicians completed an additional year of fellowship training to gain expertise areas such as joint replacement, sports medicine and hand surgery. If you have a musculoskeletal problem, make sure you see a physician who is trained in orthopedic surgery.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR VISIT
Your visit will start with one of our experienced nurses who will take your medical history and vital signs. One of our surgeons will then conduct a personal interview and history. This will be followed by a physical examination and review of previous tests, imaging, and treatments. Diagnostic imaging is often required to diagnose your problem. Orthopedics of Southern Indiana has X-ray and MRI available on-site. Finally, a treatment plan will be formulated, which may include activity modification, medications, injections, physical therapy, and/or surgery. Our surgeons always allow time for your questions.
At Orthopedics of Southern Indiana, we are dedicated to the Bloomington community. Through Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, our surgeons provide emergency services to patients of all financial means and provide surgical services for the Volunteers in Medicine program, helping those who are less fortunate. We believe in helping everyone…that’s just the way it should be.
Orthopedic specialists are in high demand. We apologize in advance if there is a waiting period for your initial consultation. We have streamlined our triage and scheduling systems to get you rapid access to our orthopedic specialists. If you have a severe injury or fracture, we make every attempt to see you the same or next day. A packet will be mailed to all new patients when a visit is scheduled; please complete the forms prior to your visit. Also, we ask that you carefully consider and write down any questions that you may have so that our surgeons can answer them during your visit.