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Tuscaloosa Orthopedic & Joint Institute

Orthopedic Surgeons located in Tuscaloosa, AL

Tuscaloosa Orthopedic & Joint Institute in Northport, Alabama, is an orthopedic surgical practice that helps patients get back to their healthy, active lifestyle through surgical and nonsurgical means. Under the medical direction of fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon Bryan King, MD, the friendly and caring staff ensures each patient receives superior quality service in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

The orthopedic practice manages and treats many common musculoskeletal conditions, including hip, shoulder, knee, foot, and ankle pain. The practice also provides expert care of those suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome and joint pain, as well as sports injuries and fractures. All surgical procedures, including inpatient and outpatient surgeries, are performed at the hospital.

The experienced team uses advanced surgical techniques, including minimally invasive approaches tailored to meet each patient’s individualized needs to ensure the best possible outcomes.

To schedule an appointment at their welcoming office, call Tuscaloosa Orthopedic & Joint Institute today.

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At Tuscaloosa Orthopedic & Joint Institute, we accept most major insurance providers. If you do not see your Insurance provider listed, please contact the office for more information.

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Tuscaloosa Orthopedic & Joint Institute
100 Rice Mine Road Loop, Suite 205
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
Phone: 205-391-4440
Fax: 205-391-4441

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205-391-4440