Physicians at Orthopaedic Institute focus their practice on a particular part of the body or in a particular orthopaedic problem area, such as sports medicine, total joint replacement, surgery of the spine, hand, or foot surgery. We feel this philosophy best serves the needs of our patients. We invite you to view the physician profiles on our website for more detailed information.
Whether you have a particularly challenging spinal problem, a serious sports injury, need replacement of an arthritic joint or require delicate surgery of the hand or foot, we are here to offer the latest advances in treatment for orthopaedics in general and in each of our sub-specialties.
How to Make an Appointment at the Orthopaedic Institute
Our offices are open Monday through Friday. Patients are seen by appointment only. You may call the Main Office (937-298-4417) between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to make an appointment. An automated attendant will answer the telephone, and you may immediately enter, (1) to schedule an appointment. A member of our staff will request information about you and your orthopaedic problem. It is also helpful to have your insurance information available when calling for an appointment. Please note that if you have the 4 digit extension number of the person with whom you wish to speak, you may enter it immediately after hearing the automated attendant answer your call.
All appointments are made through our Main Office number (937-298-4417), however you are welcome to see one of our physicians at our Tipp City office, or our satellite offices at Englewood, Greenville (Wayne), Kettering Sports Medicine.
Once your appointment is made we invite you to use our website to download patient registration forms. We request that you complete these forms and return them to our office at your earliest opportunity. With a week or more until your appointment you may mail or fax (937-298-8260) the completed forms to our office. If your appointment is within a few days, please complete the forms and bring them with you on the day of your appointment. We ask that you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to register for your visit.
If you find it necessary to cancel an appointment, please do so as early as possible so that we are able to better accommodate you and other patients.
The Orthopaedic Institute staff is available to assist you. We welcome your calls and will be happy to answer any questions for you.
Calling Our Offices
Patient calls to Orthopaedic Institute of Dayton are handled by physicians’ secretaries. This allows physicians to attend to patients with a minimum of interruptions. Thank you for understanding our telephone policy. You may call our Main Office number (937-298-4417) and enter (1) at the prompt.