Emerge Stronger This Summer with 21 Counties Across NC!

Across NC!

If your Summer Vacation is taking you beyond the Triangle, we’ve still  got you covered.  As a physician-owned, state-wide practice, we offer the best in patient-centered specialty care.  With one electronic health records system, our board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians can communicate across 21 counties.  Whether your travels take you to Western North Carolina or the Beach, chances are there’s an EmergeOrtho nearby.  And when you get home, you can follow up with your local EmergeOrtho provider, who will have seamless access to your medical records.

To check locations near your travels, just go to EmergeOrtho.com

Learn more about the EmergeOrtho locations from the Mountains to the Coast:

Triangleortho.com Raleigh-Durham, Chapel Hill, Burlington, Oxford, Johnston County, Roanoke Rapids, Roxboro and Wilson, North Carolina

10 Orthopaedic Urgent Cares, and complimentary specialty care in Rehabilitation Medicine, Physical and Occupational Therapy, traditional in-house, mobile, and open MRI scanners, CT, Rheumatology, General & Bariatric Surgery, Breast Care, Neurology, Bone Health, Wound Care, and Vein therapy.

 

brbj.com Asheville, Arden, and Hendersonville

Orthopaedic Urgent Care and Walk-in Clinic Services.  Our subspecialty clinics offer complete evaluation of the joint and musculoskeletal systems, with expertise in preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic orthopedic focusing on full-motion living. Subspecialty clinics include Foot & Ankle, Hand Elbow & Shoulder, Hip & Knee, Interventional Physiatry, Sports Medicine and Spine.

 

www.carolinaortho.com Unifour Area | Hickory, Newton, Lenoir, Morganton, Valdese and Taylorsville 

Ortho Quick Care – Walk-in Orthopaedic Clinic Comprehensive Orthopaedic Care, including sports medicine, spine, hip and knee joint reconstruction and revision, hand and upper extremity, foot and ankle, trauma and PM&R (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation). We offer a complete range of services including diagnostic testing, treatment, rehabilitation and pain management.    

 

www.orthowilmington.com New Hanover, Brunskwick, and Onslow Counties

AccessOrtho for Walk-in Care. As the regional referral center for orthopaedics, the practice offers 23 fellowship-trained and board-certified experts in a variety of subspecialties within orthopaedics, including spine, sports medicine, hip and knee joint reconstruction and revision, hand and upper extremity, foot and ankle, trauma and PM&R (physical medicine and rehabilitation).

EmergeOrtho at Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery Conference!

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EmergeOrtho at Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery Conference!

 

This weekend Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery hosted Extremities in the Carolinas, a subspecialty conference for PA’s practicing in Orthopaedics.  Dr. Marshall Kuremsky was invited to speak on two topics, Compressive Neuropathies of the Upper Extremity, and Distal Biceps and Triceps Tears.

The conference took place in Charlotte, NC, the city where Dr. Kuremsky spent his Internship and Orthopaedic Surgery Residency, at Carolinas Medical Center (CMC).  In fact, he was introduced onstage by a Physician Assistant who had worked with him at CMC.  During his residency, at Carolinas Medical Center, Dr. Kuremsky was selected as a Chief Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery.  He went on to become the only orthopaedic surgeon in the state with double Board Certification in Hand Surgery and Sports Medicine, and with this expertise he addressed the group of 250 Physician Assistants on Saturday.

Dr. Kuremsky treats upper extremity injuries in all age groups, with clinical interests including wrist and elbow arthroscopic surgery, elbow replacement, elbow ligament (“Tommy John”) reconstruction, labral and rotator cuff shoulder repair, endoscopic carpal tunnel release, and wrist ligament reconstruction, in the Apex, Brier Creek, and Raleigh locations of EmergeOrtho.

As the official organization for PA’s practicing in orthopedics, Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery (PAOS) created this conference as an opportunity for surgeons and other experts to speak on the most requested topics in Orthopedics.  Dr. Kuremsky was one of twenty specialists sharing the latest techniques, current literature, and pearls of wisdom for PA’s practicing in orthopedics.

Sam Dyer, PA-C, has been a Physician Assistant with Triangle Orthopaedics, now EmergeOrtho, for almost 20 years, and runs the Orthopaedic Urgent Care in Chapel Hill.  Last year he was elected the President of PAOS, and in his tenure has been working to increase CME opportunities, including video, and building membership of PA’s and student PA’s.

Clifford Daub, PA-C, DC, and Jonathan Prentice, PA-C, also attended the conference.  Cliff specializes in the Spine and sees patients in Durham with Dr. David Musante.  Jonathan works with Dr. Ralph Liebelt seeing Hip, Knee, Spine, and General Orthopaedics patients at the Durham office of EmergeOrtho.

In the Triangle Divison of EmergeOrtho, over fifty Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners care for patients in Orthopaedics, Rehab Medicine, Bariatrics, and Bone Health.  They work closely with the physicians in clinic and in surgery.  The ten Orthopaedic Urgent Cares in the greater Triangle area are staffed by these providers, enabling patients to pay a specialist copay as a more efficient, less costly alternative to the ER.

According to the American Association of Physician Leadership, nationally there are 416 PA’s for every 1,000 Orthopedic Surgeons.  Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are important providers in EmergeOrtho’s mission to deliver patient-centered care.