IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY, OUR OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, MAY 25TH, 2020
COVID-19 IMPORTANT UPDATE 5/11/2020
***UPDATE***We will open our clinic starting Monday, May 18th, 2020. Patients will be spaced according. We will continue to have telehealth appointments as well. Patients will be screened before entering clinic. Rules described below, will still need to be followed. Patients will need to wear a mask or face covering and no visitors allowed except for minors, wheelchair bound and those requiring an interpreter. Those patients will be allowed 1 guest only.
El-Amin Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Institute is closely monitoring the current COVID-19 outbreak. We recognize the urgent need for us all to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and practice social distancing. We are currently only seeing patients with the highest orthopaedic urgency in our offices and all other patients will be seen by virtual telemedicine. Virtual telemedicine will be conducted with your provider from your computer, or smartphone that has enabled camera, microphone and internet connection. Patients will be sent a link to access their virtual appointment. These visits are HPPA compliant.
Patients with urgent needs will be seen in office at provider discretion. If you have been deemed necessary to come into the office, you must not be showing any signs or symptoms of cold or flu, such as fever, cough or shortness of breath. If you think you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please let us know before your appointment. We are only allowing patient to come to clinic, unless patient is minor, then only one parent may come.
THE INTERSECTION OF SCIENCE AND SPORTS
El-Amin Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Institute is committed to providing quality, compassionate care for patients and their families. Our team includes specialists in the fields of sports medicine, foot and ankle, hand, hip and knee, pediatrics, shoulder and elbow, spine, and trauma.
Regenerative Medicine involves various therapies to enhance musculoskeletal healing. Promising results have been reported with the use of autologous MSC of different origins in animal studies.