It’s late afternoon. Physical therapist Jarrod Schuh escorts a young patient over to a long hallway, an area most days not well populated but especially so on the day before Independence Day, for some rehab. Schuh discovers someone at the end of the hallway (me), and kindly asks if I mind sharing the toasty space.
Members of the Appleton Area School District were on hand Thursday, May 23 at OSI for the annual check presentation from the OSI/Miron April Fools’ 5K. Courtney Vosters, OSI’s Community Program Director and 5K race coordinator, along with OSI COO Tammy Williams and Advanced Physical Therapy VP Jean Darling, presented a $21,000 check to AASD
As with any orthopedic surgeon worth his suture, Brian Lohrbach will state that he has never instructed a single patient struggling with pain to have joint replacement surgery. Ever. That’s not his role. “Listening to my patients is key,” said Lohrbach, one of the physician-owners of the Appleton-based Orthopedic & Sports Institute. “Once we understand
Note: As of July 1, 2019, the OSI Walk-In Clinic’s new hours will be 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. On January 2, 2018, the Orthopedic & Sports Institute opened its first walk-in clinic for orthopedic care. The orthopedic walk-in clinic is staffed with OSI providers trained in muscle, bone, and joint
The conversation begins with the numbers 5 and 9.5. “The first number is the average number of physicians women must see before their endometriosis is diagnosed,” said gynecological surgeon and obstetrician Dr. Rami Kaldas. “The second represents the average number of years before that diagnosis is rendered.” Understand that the second figure does not include
The Orthopedic & Sports Institute (OSI) has added an outreach clinic in Oshkosh. Located at 600 N. Koeller Street, the clinic is located in the former Urgent Care Physicians, Ltd. building that fronts Highway 41. Dr. Timothy Mologne, renowned sports medicine physician and orthopedic surgeon who recently joined the OSI team, will deliver care at