Happy New Year from Summit Orthopedics
As we ring in 2015, we are honored by the trust you have placed in us through 2014, and look forward to supporting your health in 2015.
A new year is an exciting time to contemplate future objectives, and celebrate past achievements. As you celebrate past successes and look forward to achieving new goals, we understand that your aspirations intersect with our commitment to improve your health. The care we provide matters most when we are partnering with you to help you reach your goals.
We are proud that 2014 marked another year when a number of our physicians were recognized as Top Docs in the Twin Cities. Their expertise and dedication to patients reflects the mission of our entire Summit Orthopedics team: to provide the care and tools you need to be healthy and active.
In April, we expanded our vision to bring comprehensive orthopedic care to the Twin Cities with the opening of our new Vadnais Heights location, which offers patients one of the most advanced total joint care experiences. The center is home to clinic space, therapy, imaging, state-of-the-art surgery and our newest offering—Care Suites where patients can recuperate in luxurious private suites offering hospitality grade service and care by highly trained orthopedic specialists. Our specialized technology, subspecialty care, and beautifully appointed suites not only provide patients with the highest quality of care, they provide all of these services in a package that is 25 to 30 percent less expensive than the cost of a total joint replacement in a hospital setting.
In 2015, we will continue to embrace medical innovation, quality of care, and our commitment to exceed your expectations. As always, our successes are most meaningful in the context of your stories. We look forward to working with you in 2015 to help you realize your story of a healthier and more active self.
Happy New Year!
Summit’s wellness specialists can work with therapists to enhance physical therapy outcomes.
Dr. Anderson explains that although Lisfranc injuries can be mistaken for simple sprains, they are much more serious.
Dr. Anderson explains why prompt care is important when the Achilles tendon is damaged.