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Start the New Year with a Better YOU!

Haven’t you waited long enough to address that joint pain? It’s time to stop postponing that procedure or surgery, and take care of your health!

As 2018 comes to a close, you may have reached your out-of-pocket insurance deductibles. If so, this is the perfect time to finally address your discomfort or mobility issues. With flexible holiday schedules and no deductibles, what are you waiting for?


Act Fast to Maximize Your Health Benefits

Too many patients avoid seeking treatment for troublesome conditions simply because they don’t want to pay a fee to be seen by a professional. Most insurance plans come with a predetermined deductible, which needs to be met before services will be covered partially or entirely by your insurance provider.

Throughout the year you will begin contributing to your deductible via both planned and perhaps also unplanned visits to medical professionals.  The costs associated with these visits often add up more quickly than you think, so you may be close to reaching your deductible.

Once the year is over, a new deductible will take effect, leaving you back at the starting point for another year of costs and fees. This is exactly what makes the last few months of the year an opportune time to address your most pressing needs for orthopaedic care.

In addition to reviewing your health insurance deductible, now is also a good time to check your FSA (Flexible Spending Account), if you have one.  An FSA is an account used to pay for health care expenses, but the funds often expire at the end of the year – any money left over is forfeited. Schedule an appointment now to use up this benefit before the end of the year!

Don’t Wait, Schedule an Appointment Today!

Whether you’re searching for assistance with general orthopaedic conditions, or in need of more specialized care, The Orthopaedic Center has everything you need to get back to feeling like your old self in the New Year.

Be sure to schedule your appointment before the end of 2018, and start 2019 off with a better, healthier you!