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Safety and quality of care are top priority for Harbin Clinic Orthopedics

August 6th, 2020 – 12:00 PM

Harbin Clinic – 

Every year, nearly six million people in the United States fracture a bone, tear cartilage or experience some type of orthopedic injury. These injuries can cause significant pain and disrupt day-to-day routines. The physicians at Harbin Clinic Orthopedics encourage patients not to delay care and seek essential treatment from the experts they know and trust to help them get back in motion. With enhanced sanitizing and protective measures in place, Harbin Clinic patients are assured safety, and quality of care are top priority for the Harbin Clinic Orthopedics care team.

“An injury can happen at any moment, not just while playing a sport or performing a strenuous activity,” says Harbin Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Brad Bushnell. “And most of our patients don’t realize how essential simple functions of the shoulder, ankle or hand really are until they suddenly can’t use them.”

The board-certified orthopedic surgeons at Harbin Clinic are deeply committed to providing comprehensive, collaborative and customized treatment plans to get their patients moving quickly. Managing disorders of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles in both children and adults, a patient’s designated care team works collectively with other Harbin Clinic specialties to ensure the injury is closely evaluated and all treatment options are considered.

“When assessing an injury, we want to make sure we’re looking at it from all angles,” explains Harbin Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Mark Floyd. “And whenever possible, we perform minimally invasive procedures to reduce recovery time and decrease pain.”

COVID-19 has been a concern for many patients, but Harbin Clinic Orthopedics has made it a priority to ensure patient safety as previously postponed surgeries are resumed. By utilizing HarbinCONNECT virtual visits, requiring mandatory screening upon entry and face coverings at all times, as well as enhancing sanitation procedures, the caregivers at Harbin Clinic Orthopedics have cautiously and diligently worked to create the safest environment possible for their patients.

“Our patients can be diagnosed and treated safely while in our care,” says Dr. Christopher Piller of Harbin Clinic Orthopedics Rome. “Whether they have a sudden sports injury, require an overdue joint replacement, or need improved mobility in their hands, the goal is to ensure our patient recovers and gets back to living life.”

So patients can experience optimal recovery, Harbin Clinic works to ensure timely access to essential care. Patients of northwest Georgia can rest assured that the orthopedic surgeons and healthcare professionals at Harbin Clinic Orthopedics are ready to care completely and help patients get back in motion as safely as possible.

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