News Announcements
Medicare Beneficiary Alert: Protect Access to Hip & Knee Replacement Surgery

Medicare is considering deep cuts in payments to orthopedic surgeons who perform hip and knee replacement surgery in 2014. Learn more about this issue and how you can help. Read More

A Dogís Life

Clinton man speeds through joint replacement to return home to family and adventure-loving dog. Read More

Reverse Total Shoulder Surgery Often Brings Relief When Other Treatments Fail

Michael MacKay, MD wrote an article on Reverse Total Shoulder Surgery for Methodist Center of Oak Rider. Read More

Now Open in Roane County

Seeing a need in the community, and for the convenience of our patients, we are excited to have a second location open in the new Physicians Plaza of Roane County. Read More

Dr. McMahon inducted into the Oak Ridge Sports Hall of Fame

The Oak Ridge Sports Hall of Fame has selected OSOR's own, Dr. Cletus J. McMahon, Jr., as a member into the 2010 class. Congratulations Dr. McMahon!!
Read More at The Oak Ridger about the selection and Dr. McMahon (see photo).

Patient Profile: Bob Schultz

Bad Knees Donít Keep Oak Ridge Man Off the Slopes in Colorado

Bob Schultz of Oak Ridge doesnít do anything halfway. The 71-year-old has enjoyed skiing the slopes in Colorado for 37 years, and when he entered his first competition late last year, he won a silver medal... Read more

Keep Moving For Life

When asked what they consider to be major factors in maintaining a good quality of life as they grow older, people rank living independently and remaining active right at the top. But it is important to get active so that you can stay active.
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Orthopaedic Surgeons of Oak Ridge

Oak Ridge is a mecca for scientific and technological innovations. We take pride in utilizing these advanced techniques to provide services for general, pediatric and sports medicine orthopaedic care.

Our comprehensive orthopaedic care enables us to treat a wide range of conditions. We care for patients of all ages. Most importantly, our patients become part of our family; and like family, they know we’ll be there when they need us.