The musculoskeletal system includes the bones, cartilages, ligaments, joints, muscles, and other connective tissues that make the body’s structure and help it move. As you can imagine, this [...]
Lead Orthopedic Doctor & Spine Specialist
An expert in the diagnosis and treatment of spine conditions, Dr. Atwater is one of the top 50 spinal surgeons in America. His passion and expertise for helping those suffering from spinal conditions and his holistic approach to orthopedics set him apart. His commitment to helping those in pain has allowed him to provide compassionate and effective care.
Extensive and Personalized Care
Your Orthopedic Doctor & Spine Specialist
Dr. John Atwater is an esteemed spine specialist, but he and his team have an extensive list of orthopedic specialties under their collective belt as well. Whether you need treatment for lower back pain, have injuries of the hand, or are suffering from leg conditions, we have the resources to get you the individualized care you need to get back to thriving.
The pain population needs restorative healthcare that will improve the quality of life. At OSA, your specialized orthopedic doctor, Dr. John Atwater, and his team of surgical specialists are committed to treating and educating you with tailored care plans and easy access to health information through our website and video library.
Placing You First
Dr. John Atwater has been an orthopedic doctor long enough to know there are no one-size-fits-all approaches to pain, injury, and disease. That’s why he and his staff at OSA work with you to figure out the perfect customized treatment for your specific conditions.
We know the time following an accident can be stressful. Dr. John Atwater’s compassion and understanding has built OSA into a place where accident victims and those seeking comprehensive orthopedic care can find partners in health. Coupling Dr. Atwater’s expertise with his unbridled passion for helping his patients, OSA is here to help you receive the treatment you deserve.
The Impact On Society
Bone, joint, and muscle pain are the most common causes of disability. More than 130 million Americans have a painful disorder of the muscles, bones, or joints. Pain is a significant public health and safety concern for Americans regarding cost, quality of life, productivity, and mobility. In 2011, the annual cost of treatment and lost wages was approximately $213 billion.
More than 300 peer-reviewed studies show that higher health literacy and patient engagement are the keys to improved health outcomes.
Are You Ready to Get Your Life Back?
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