Dear Valued Patients, and Friends, For the safety and wellbeing of our patients and staff, Georgia Spine & Orthopaedics has multiple ways to continue to serve our patients. We have expanded our offering of Telemedicine, which allows us to provide care from a distance, using your phone to connect with your provider. This easy process […]Details
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Congratulation Jill Holloway on your CPC Certification
Supporting our Employees ensures we better serve our Patients! AAPC’s CPC certification is the gold standard in medical coding and represents world-class expertise that is highly sought and well compensated by medical organizations across the country. Medical coding accuracy is key to optimal, ethical reimbursement, which makes medical coders integral to the financial resources of […]Details
Our very own Dr. Erik Bendiks performed the first 1-level M6-C ADR surgery in the state of GA.
What is cervical disc degeneration? Cervical disc degeneration is a common condition that can cause pain in the neck, shoulders, arms and hands and lead to numbness and weakness in the arm or hands. Often this condition is the result of a vertebral disc that has deteriorated or been damaged due to the natural aging […]Details
GSO is Proud to Announce our Scholarship Winner for 2019: Pier Hammonds!
Pier Hammonds wrote to us about how she overcame the pain and fear of being in a motor vehicle accident and how that experience changed her outlook on life. Pier recently graduated from High School with a 3.7 GPA (out of a 4.0 scale) and is admitted to Clark Atlanta University starting this Fall. Being […]Details
GSO Announces Rise Above Scholarship For High School Students
Georgia Spine & Orthopaedics is excited to provide two $1,500.00 scholarships annually to deserving high school students. Our team has a front row seat to the injuries motor vehicle accidents can cause. These injuries can produce a great deal of stress and anxiety for the entire family, especially children. Our scholarships encourage students to rise […]Details
GSO Provides Mothers in the Workplace Support To Succeed
Mother’s Day is one of the most celebrated holidays around the world. The strength that women display in their maternal journeys is admirable for many reasons. They are the creators of life, and they love and protect their family tirelessly. These anonymous heroines not only hold the reins of their home but many stands out […]Details
Dr. Vinson Smith Joins Georgia Spine & Orthopaedics
ATLANTA, GA, May 6, 2019 – Georgia Spine & Orthopaedics is pleased to announce that Dr. Vinson Smith, a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon, has joined the team, alongside Dr. Erik Bendiks and Dr. Daryl L. Figa. Dr. Smith obtained his medical degree from the University of Florida, then went on to complete his Orthopaedic Residency […]Details
Tracey Reid Named Atlanta Ambassador for the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation
The Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation was formed in 2016 when two women’s organizations (Women in Workers’ Compensation and the Women Executives in Workers’ Compensation) merged to create a single entity. The mission of the Alliance is to effect positive change in the workers’ compensation industry through networking, support, mentoring and collaboration. Through the […]Details
We are now using Breeze to help our patients have a better and seamless experience.
What is Breeze? You can use Breeze on your smartphone, on the web, or when coming into Georgia Spine & Orthopaedics. Breeze is the next evolutionary of the healthcare patient experience. It takes all the paperwork, phone calls, and repetitive questions out and replaces them with convenient tools- all available 24/7. Benefits of Breeze: NO MORE […]Details
Six Tips to Get Medical Aid if You Get Injured in Georgia and Do Not Have Health Insurance
Is the lack of health insurance affecting your health? Six tips to get medical aid if you get injured in Georgia The high costs of health insurance have left millions without healthcare. Last year alone, the number of individuals without coverage rose to three million, according to a study conducted by Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index. That […]Details