OrthoAtlanta is official sports medicine partner of Atlanta Football Host Committee for 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship
Biomedical engineering expert Jason Inzana, Ph.D., appointed as manager of Evidence Strategy and Development
OrthoAtlanta Ticket Giveaway offers Georgia residents a chance to win tickets to the sold out New Year's Day Game and other prizes
Dr. Christopher Burket Provides Sports Medicine Expertise to Patients in the Greater Douglas County Area
Trained with Renowned James R. Andrews, MD in Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment
The Expert Network© celebrates its newest member, Dr. Gregory S. Gallick
Dr. Minoo Hollis Provides Expertise in Foot and Ankle Surgery and Orthopedic Trauma to Patients in Henry, Clayton and Spaulding Counties
OrthoAtlanta participates in the AFHC "I'm In" campaign leading up to the 2018 College Football Championship on January 8
To date, this treatment was only available to NFL and NBA athletes and other professional athletes and the wealthy via traveling to Europe.
August 26, 2017 - Scottsdale, AZ - Meet Henry Cejudo and other UFC fighters at PCI Wellness in Scottsdale Arizona from 11am - 3pm
OrthoAtlanta ticket giveaway offers Georgia residents a chance to win tickets to the Tennessee v. GT Labor Day game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Increased Staffing, Services and Facilities Provide One-Stop Orthopedic Care to Paulding Area
After a devastating back injury, Carbondale kayaker Nate White is walking again, in part because of therapy he did at the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool.
The dangers of Internet forums and "broscience"
Brewster Serves Second Year as Annual Conference Committee Chair; Joyce Named AAOE Board Secretary
OrthoAtlanta Serves as Official Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Provider to the Tournament for 8th Year
An avid fitness trainer, Wise inspired the W3P workout brand before he was diagnosed with probable CTE last June. He has decided to donate his brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation in support of their efforts to identify preventative measures for new athletes and to find a cure for athletes who are still living with the disease.