Arm, Elbow, Foot and Ankle, Hand and Wrist, Hip, Knee, Low Back, Neck, Shoulder, Spine


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My approach to treating patients

I have spent the last 26 years specializing in orthopaedics. I take a highly personal and individual approach to caring for each patient. When you become part of my practice you are not just a diagnosis or a disease you are an individual person who has come to me because you need help.

I practice general orthopaedics, but, I have a special interest in total joint replacement, arthroscopic surgery and trauma. I strongly believe continuing education is the key to providing excellent patient care. I believe the most important factor in predicting the success of joint replacement is the accuracy of the component positioning. To place those components as accurately as possible I've completed additional rigorous skills training programs in computer assisted robotic hip and knee replacement with the Mako.

I have a special interest in traumatic injuries. My partner, Dr. Sanders, and I have been taking call at Nevada's only level I trauma center (University Medical Center) since 1992 (Sanders) and 1993 (me),longer than anybody else still in practice.

Some surgeons have a relationship with a particular prosthetic manufacturer. I do not. Therefore I have no obligation to any particular manufacturer and will choose whatever implant will work best for you.

My purpose is to handle each and every patient visit with care and proficiency. It is important to me that our Doctor/Patient relationship is open and honest. It is my responsibility to make sure you are well informed about your condition and the multiple choices of treament. It is my hope that this website will help accomplish that goal.

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Contact Information

Central Location: Bone and Joint Specialists 2020 Palomino Lane, #220 Las Vegas, NV USA 89106 View map Phone 702-474-7200 Fax 702-474-0009

Other staff in my practice

No orthopaedic surgeon practices without the support of a professional team and I am certainly no exception.

Anna -- Practice Manager. She has been making it possible for us to help patients since 1992.

Michelle, Christy, Kim, Milly and Megan-- Receptionists. They will help you check in and checkout.

Lucia- Medical Assistant. She will meet with you after check in and talk to you about your symptoms. She also arranges all my surgeriesl.

Ed -- Cast techs. He may see you first, too. If you need casts or braces he will assist you.

Peter -- Xray tech. He will also pitch in in other ways.

Debra and Charmione -- Insurance Billing Specialists. They will help you with any billing questions.

Medical Records. She will help make sure your records are in the right place.

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