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Welcome to Samaritan Medical Group Hand to Shoulder Orthopedics - Corvallis

Located in Corvallis, Oregon, we provide comprehensive orthopedic treatment from the shoulder to the hand. Whether you are a top-notch athlete with an injury, or someone who just wants to get back to living without pain, we are here to help.

Our staff consists of surgeons, physician assistants and physical therapists who take a team approach to caring for our patients from diagnosis to recovery.

Additionally, our staff has a special interest in treating overhead and throwing athletes and hand and wrist ailments. Our team has a unique partnership with the OSU baseball team and treats the OSU baseball athletes.

Our goal is to help you get back on the road to recovery through the most minimally invasive procedure possible.

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Samaritan Medical Group Hand to Shoulder Orthopedics - Corvallis 3620 NW Samaritan Dr. Ste 201 Corvallis, OR 97330
Weekday Hours:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Entrance is off of NW Elks Dr.)

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In the elbow, arthroscopic procedures include removing bone fragments and debriding spurs or inflamed tissue. Elbow reconstruction is performed for injuries that include ulnar collateral ligament tears (Tommy John Surgery) and distal biceps tendon repair.


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Injury of the hand can include fractures and dislocations and ligament tears. Other common injuries include carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger and de Quervain’s disease.


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The most common sports-related shoulder injuries can be treated arthroscopically such as rotator cuff tears and labral tears for SLAP lesions or instability.


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Arthroscopic treatment for injuries of the wrist can involve stabilizing torn ligaments, cartilage repairs, and fixation of fractures of the scaphoid and the distal radius.
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Treating Beaver Baseball Athletes