Wyoming’s plethora of outdoor activities, from hiking and skiing to mountain climbing and river rafting, are what make it such a wonderful state to live in for people who enjoy the great outdoors. However, these recreations come with risks. If you’ve injured a bone, joint, muscle, ligament, or tendon — or if you’re living with a condition that affects these areas of the body — you can trust the orthopedic specialists at Premier Bone & Joint Centers’ Casper clinic for quality treatment.
Some of the Best Orthopedic Physicians in the Field
Our orthopedic doctors are not only board certified, but they’re also fellowship trained, meaning they have pursued additional training and education to make them masters of their chosen sub-specialties. Because of this, we can effectively treat injuries and conditions that affect the:
And, as the team physicians for the University of Wyoming Athletics, you can trust that our sports medicine treatments are the best around. Our physiatrists have years of experience treating common orthopedic injuries and conditions, such as golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, sciatica, and dislocated joints.
Quality Treatment from a Team That Cares
When you choose Premier Bone & Joint Centers to treat your injury or condition, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that we’ll always pursue the most conservative, minimally invasive treatments first. If we need to take it a step further to provide the relief you need, our orthopedic surgeons are well-experienced and use the most advanced surgical equipment to perform joint replacement and other orthopedic surgeries.
At Premier Bone & Joint Centers, you’ll find quality care that is worthy of Wyoming. To make an appointment at our Casper clinic, contact us today.
Phone: (307) 237-0304
Phone: (800) 446-5684
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