Valdosta Orthopedic Associates in Valdosta, Georgia, hates pain with a passion. The team of orthopedic surgery experts has a 25-year history of treating orthopedic, spine, and sports injury pain using innovative and highly effective methods. Their goal is to return every patient to an active life without pain.
Valdosta Orthopedic Associates offers a centralized care complex, which includes the main practice in addition to the Ambulatory Surgery Center, Open MRI and Physical Therapy practice, and Spine and Musculoskeletal Institute. This all-in-one-place approach allows South Georgia and North Florida residents to get the fastest diagnosis and treatment possible.
The team at Valdosta Orthopedic Associates treats back, knee, hip, hand, and neck pain using a comprehensive range of advanced pain treatments. Treatment options include steroid injections, anterior hip replacement, arthroscopic surgery, fracture surgery, joint replacement, and spinal cord stimulators.
The board-certified orthopedic surgeons at Valdosta Orthopedic Associates are currently welcoming new and established patients in the Valdosta, Georgia, facility. Book an appointment online or call the office for help today.
"Our experience with Dr. Stiefel was wonderful. He saw my daughter and was very personable and thoroughly explained all treatment options."
"Dr Cowart did a full hip replacement on me and I was very impressed with his "bedside manners". Very professional and personable."
"Dr. Goss was highly reccomended to me by others when I needed surgery and I am glad I listened."
"Valdosta Orthopedics has some great orthopedic doctors. Recommend this practice for your orthopedic needs."
"I have had the pleasure of meeting Dr Gee. He is very gentle and kind. He is well trained and thorough . His spine clinic staff are very accommodating and sincere."
"Trust me he is wonderful and all of the staff have been nothing but nice and very good at their jobs as well. Dr. Lane will take wonderful care of you."
"Dr. Clark is an excellent physician. He cares a lot about his patients."