FAQs

Dr. Holmes since 1986.

Dr. Holmes age 14 and up.

It depends on your insurance policy.

Please bring your list of medications and pertinent information like recent MRI reports.

Check your card to see if it a PPO or HMO requiring a referral, then call us to make sure the insurance is accepted.

Yes; we treat hips and shoulders such as hip replacements and shoulder arthroscopy and repairs.

No, but please come in and see him to discuss your particular situation.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Sometimes Mondays.

He doesn’t recommend them, but please come in to discuss your particular situation.

No, but if he feels this is necessary he will recommend the best.

No.

It really depends on what exact surgery you have and what kind of work you do. Please come in and see us.

Orthopedics is a medical specialty that focuses on the musculoskeletal aspects of the body, including the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Someone who is an orthopedic physician or surgeon can diagnose and treat conditions that affect these areas of the body.

A sports medicine physician has a global view of your health and how it impacts performance, recovery and other aspects. If you injure a part of your body that is covered under orthopedics, a they certainly can provide some level of diagnostics, but many injuries require a more in-depth understanding as to the specific nature of the injury. This is when you will need an orthopedic surgeon.

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Monday – Thursday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am to 2:00pm
 
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