Advanced Surgical Hospital (ASH) received Joint Commission Accreditation in 2012 recognized nationwide as a quality pursuit in the joint vision that "All people always experience the safest, highest quality, best-value health care across all settings.". Founded by Western Pennsylvania's largest independent orthopaedics group "Advanced Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation" (AOR). The premier surgeons of AOR pooled their talent and resources to form as an integrated acute care hospital. Equipped with the latest state of the art equipment, ASH has continued to expand into other specialties recruiting the most experienced support staff in the area to focus on elective surgery.
No professional interests can be more trusted than the patient's physician to properly guide medical resources toward best clinical outcomes. Physician managed care, remains the best "managed care" available to the individual in need medical services. Physician owned hospitals like ASH have become the preferred standard for specialists and their patients. Consumer choice and better technologies have combined over the years to make smaller focused facilities more viable providers of elective care. Large multifaceted health systems tend to lack the focal agility to concentrate on individual outcomes as well as the physician specialty managed environment.
While Advanced Surgical Hospital is a beautiful all private room hospital, the true amenity comes from the clinical staff's culture of patient priority. At ASH, nursing and allied heath staff initiatives have "stacked the deck" in the patient's favor. Leadership at ASH is at all levels and strives to be the best of the best in the nation. Whether you are the patient or the specialist seeking stellar service, allow us to make you one of our "over 99% satisfied customers."
Protecting Your Student Athlete from Shoulder Injuries
Dr. Gregory B. Christiansen, Orthopaedic Surgeon,
Advanced Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
(click here for complete bio: www.advancedorthopaedics.net)
February 20, 2014; 7PM - 9PM
Upper Saint Clair Recreation Center, Boyce Mayview
1551 Mayview Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
Spring sports are fun to watch but carry the risk of injury to the shoulder. The motion of repetitive overhand throwing is a key part of baseball, softball, volleyball, track, and tennis. While this motion is a normal part of the sport, repetitive
throws, hits, and swings may cause wear and tear on student athletes and lead to shoulder injuries. Come learn about how to protect your student athletes from shoulder injuries through early recognition and intervention. During this program, parents of student athletes and athletes will be provided content on the following:
- Conditioning essentials
- Warming up and cooling down
- Injury risk inherent in Spring Sports
- Recognizing early signs of shoulder injury
- What you can do if injury occurs
>> Click here for Course Information and Registration.