- Patient Evaluations
Our goal is to return our
patients back to full activity, safely, quickly, and conveniently.
Alexander Orthopaedics is a new facility conveniently located at the
Physicians Office Annex at St. Luke's Wood River Medical Center, 100
Hospital Drive, Suite 100 in Ketchum, ID. There, the orthopaedic
offices and radiologic services are conveniently located under one
roof. We provide expert and individualized care to the many
recreational and elite athletes that live in Wood River Valley. We
also are honored by the referral of many patients from throughout
Our emphasis is on injury prevention and injuries of
all types. We encourage an open dialogue in the "physician/patient"
partnership to getting you back to tip top shape. When you come to
see us as your orthopaedic surgeons, surgery is not your only
option. Sometimes, through rehabilitation and available
prescriptions, your injury may be healed.
If you do require surgery,
we'll keep you informed of why surgery is required, what will be
done in the surgery, and what to expect as an eventual outcome after
Please call us to make an appointment.
your processing at the time of your appointment, please download our
Patient Information Forms and HIPAA Privacy Statement.
- Digital Radiography
At Alexander Orthopaedics, we have the most up to date digital
radiography which allows us to view radiographs within seconds of their
being taken by our skilled x-ray technician. Because we have onsite
x-ray, you are spared the inconvenience of having to go elsewhere to get
x-rays and then having to return to complete your evaluation.
- Electronic Health Records
At Alexander Orthopaedics, we
use computers to enter and store the information
about your visit. By using state of the art electronic health
record software, we have increased accuracy and completeness of our
exams, record keeping, and follow-up. Our patients are the
benefactors of this technology. We have taken measures to
insure the security of our data and have procedures established for
data recovery in the event of a disaster or equipment failure.
- Patient Education
Learning about musculoskeletal conditions is
important. Our patients need to know about these conditions
for both prevention and treatment. Click
here for access to educational information provided in
cooperation with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Call our office at
208-727-0005 to make an appointment.
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doctor, Access your test results, Manage your appointments
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