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Spine Center: 919-297-0000

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We want your experience at Cary Orthopaedics to be easy, productive and deliver a positive outcome for your orthopaedic care. To this end, we have provided information below that addresses common question we get from our patients. If you have additional questions, please contact one of our orthopaedic offices.

If you are in an emergency situation that cannot wait until normal business hours, contact your local hospital and notify us by calling our main office. Our physician on call will be contacted.

All Cary Orthopaedic surgeons are qualified to perform a wide range of procedures, but different doctors have specific areas of expertise and specialty training. To select the orthopaedic doctor that is right for you, start by reviewing their credentials and experience. We provide profiles on each of our orthopaedic physicians and orthopaedic spine specialists.

At your appointment, feel free to ask further questions about their medical training and success rate with any given procedure to ensure you have the right physician helping you make the right decisions for your treatment and goals.

Call us at one of our locations that is nearest to you. View our locations and phone numbers here.

Additionally, review information about preparing for your orthopaedic appointment, and complete a new patient form prior to your appointment date.

Read our surgery prep guide for an overview of of how to prepare for your surgery. Your doctor may provide you with additional information specific to your procedure.

Cary Orthopaedics works with a number of insurance companies and assists patients with navigating the financial aspects of their orthopaedic care. View a list of insurance plans currently accepted by our practice.

Cary Orthopaedic Spine Center is a division of Cary Orthopaedics that specializes in comprehensive spine care. Our main Spine Center on Cary Parkway is located on the same campus as Cary Orthopaedics, but in a different building. We also see spine patients at our other locations. Our orthopaedic physicians and spine specialists coordinate as needed to ensure seamless patient care.

To learn more, check out these resources:

About our Spine Center

FAQs about orthopaedic spine care

Meet our spine doctors

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