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Our Mission

Comprehensive Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Care is comprised of a dedicated group of professionals who desire and are committed to providing the very best in orthopaedic care to our patients. We are a patient-centered practice, placing priority on the care and dignity of the patients throughout the course of their treatment. We recognize and respect the value of the contribution of each member of our staff in this process.

Our Values and Ethical Considerations


The surgeon should maintain a reputation for truth and honesty with patients and colleagues.

Physician/Patient Relationship

The profession exists for the primary purpose of caring for the patient. The physician/patient relationship is the central focus of all ethical concerns.

Conflict of Interest

The practice of medicine inherently presents potential conflicts of interest. Whenever a conflict of interests arises, it must be resolved in the best interest of the patient.


The surgeon should respect the rights of patients, colleagues, and other health professionals and must safeguard patient confidences within the constraints of the law.

Medical Knowledge

The surgeon must continually strive to maintain and improve his medical and orthopaedic knowledge and make relevant information available to patients and colleagues.


Good relationships among physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals are essential for good patient care. The surgeon should promote the development of an expert healthcare team that will work together harmoniously to provide optimal patient care.


Remuneration for services should commensurate with the services rendered. The surgeon should deliver high-quality, cost-effective care without discrimination.

Societal Responsibility

Activities that have the purpose of improving the health and well being of a patient and/or the community in a cost-effective way deserves the interest, support, and participation of the surgeon.