Orthopedic Institute has announced plans to open its new clinic in Mitchell, South Dakota, US, on 16 August.

Located on South Burr Street, one block north of Interstate 90, the new Orthopedic Institute Mitchell clinic will include 12 procedure and clinical exam rooms, including two fluoroscopy suites.

The 9,000ft2 clinic will also offer x-ray, Orthopedic Institute’s SmartChoice MRI along with occupational therapy.

Orthopedic Institute surgeon Dr Matthew McKenzie said: “We are proud to invest in the communities we serve. For nearly 25 years, we have rented office space in Mitchell.

“Building a new facility dedicated to orthopaedics and sports medicine enables us to provide patients with the best possible care close to home.”

The new clinic will offer orthopaedic and sports medicine that is required from strains, sprains, and fractures to the most complex total joint preservation, replacement, or reconstruction procedures.

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It will also handle surgical and non-surgical spine care requirements along with pain management using non-opioid solutions.

Additionally, Orthopedic Institute Mitchell clinic will also provide minor hand procedures such as carpal tunnel surgery, as well as pain procedures such as image-guided epidural injections.

Orthopedic Institute CEO Lynda Barrie said: “This new clinic also enables us to meet the increasing demand for non-opioid pain management care.”

Founded in 1972, Orthopedic Institute currently has 19 physicians and more than 225 staff, serving 14 satellite clinics in Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota.