Whether you have an acute injury, chronic pain, or need a joint replacement, our team of experts is here to give you the fastest, healthiest, and most complete recovery possible.
At McFarland Clinic, our Orthopedic Surgeons are experienced, board-certified physicians that are here to help you with your orthopedic needs.
Our providers treat a wide range of orthopedic subspecialties – From toddlers with fractured forearms, to seniors hoping to continue their active lifestyle all the way into their golden years. We have physicians that are specialists in treating hand disorders and spine problems, as well as all-around orthopedic care in the areas of knees, shoulders, ankles, elbows, and hips. Are you an athlete hoping to get back into the game? Our specially trained sports medicine physicians are dedicated to getting you on the fast track to the road of recovery.
For your convenience, our office provides comprehensive care that is well-coordinated, with close access to Physical Therapy, Radiology, and the Pain Clinic. If you desire an appointment a little closer to home, there is a good chance that our physicians travel to an outreach location at a McFarland Clinic office near you.
Related Specialties and Services
Locations & Hours
- Joint replacement and surgery for arthritis
- Arthroscopic surgery and ligament reconstruction
- Hand surgery
- Sports medicine
- Spine surgery
Diseases & Disorders Treated
- Ankle diseases and injuries
- Shoulder and elbow diseases and injuries
- Spine trauma and spine disorders
- Fracture treatment
- Knee and hip diseases and injuries
- Finger and hand diseases and injuries
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Please bring an updated medication list, a photo ID, insurance card and a list of questions you may have for the provider. If you are new to the clinic a copy of your previous medical records. If you have any previous x-rays or scans from another location, please bring them to your appointment.
Will I have surgery the day of my first appointment?
Your first visit is most likely for a consultation only. However, if it is an emergent condition it is possible that you will have surgery that day.
Do I need a referral?
You need a referral for any spine appointments or if your insurance requires it. If you have further questions please call the Orthopedics Department at 515-239-4475.
Do I need to contact my insurance company before I have surgery?
Please contact your surgeon's nurse, as they can best assist you with this question.
Do I need to come early to my appointment?
Many patients upon arrival need to complete forms or need additional orthopedic x-ray views.
Your Orthopaedic Connection, a website provided by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, offers orthopaedic information through a patient education library.
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