Illinois Association Of orthopedic Surgeons

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Illinois Association Of orthopedic Surgeons

The Illinois Association Of orthopedic Surgeons is organized and operates specially for the purpose of promotion and the encouragement and stimulation of any literary, charitable, scientific and educational activities toward the highest possible standard of orthopedic care by facilitating the dissemination and interchange of knowledge of orthopedic surgery. Through our daily efforts to implement excellent orthopedic medical care for our patients, the staff and physicians of Illinois Association Of orthopedic Surgeon, strive to recognize and treat the various needs of each patient. The atmosphere we promote is one of respect, compassion and courtesy.

With our patients’ individual interests in mind, we will focus on providing complete treatment from the very first stage of assessment and diagnosis, discussion of treatment options, through to implementation of agreed upon plan of orthopedic treatment. We believe that patient involvement in the healing process is crucial.

This comprehensive approach to understanding our patients as well as treating their orthopedic medical conditions serves as the cornerstone of our practice and is the foundation upon which we will continue to grow and build.

Illinois Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons provides education and training management services for orthopedic surgeons and federal health professionals. The Academy also serves as an advocate for improved patient care and informs the public about the science of orthopedics.

Members of the Academy, called Fellows, are orthopedists concerned with the diagnosis, care, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. The orthopedist’s scope of practice includes disorders of the body's joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Fellows have completed four years of medical school and at least five years of an approved "residency" in orthopedics. 

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