Pain doesn't have to be part of your daily routine.
"What I hear often from patients is 'I want to be free from pain and get back to the things I enjoy,'" says Aaron Butler, MD, orthopedic general surgeon, Gundersen Tomah Clinic. "With our help, patients are able to get relief and receive their care close to home."
Dr. Butler and Gundersen physician assistant Raunaque Oshan, PA-C, both based at the Gundersen Tomah Clinic, are now seeing patients at Gundersen Moundview Hospital in Friendship to give patients added convenience and to enhance the orthopedic services offered at Gundersen Moundview, including:
- Knee and hip surgery
- Elbow surgery
- Foot and ankle surgery
- Hand surgery
- Braces and Orthotics
- Pediatric orthopaedics
- Physical therapy
- Shoulder surgery
- Sports Medicine
- And much more
"Caring for patients in their communities is energizing and makes our work more efficient," Dr. Butler says. "It's much easier to bring care to the town than the town to the care."
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