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We’re open and here to help!

We are seeing both essential and elective patients. We are open and here to help. Orthopedic Specialists of Northern California would like you to know that we are taking all necessary measures to protect our patients and staff from the spread of the Coronavirus. All of our professional staff members pride ourselves in keeping a read more

OANC Annual Toy Drive

We have officially kicked off our annual toy drive! This year benefitting the Salvation Army in our community. They will be serving over 1500 families this Holiday season from Chico and surrounding areas. The toys donated serve The Boys and Girls Club of Butte County, Chico State, Jesus Center and local elementary schools. We have read more

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common peripheral nerve entrapment disease. The disease involves compression of the median nerve as it crosses the wrist. It commonly affects individuals in their fifties and seventies, but can occur at any age. CTS typically manifests as a combination of pain, loss of sensation, or motor weakness in read more

October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Get involved and show your support! Stop by our office for your pink ribbon and donate to the cause at www.bcrf.org. Here are a series of stats that underline the importance Breast Cancer awareness and the need for all of our participation. About 1 in 8 U.S. women (about read more

Annual Food Drive – We need your help!

Help us help our community Orthopedic Associates has partnered with the North State Food Bank for our annual food drive! Join us in giving back to our community and those in need. We truly love partnering with this great organization and extending that to our patients. We have a large bin set up in our read more

Foot and Ankle Orthopedic Surgeon vs Podiatrist?

Most of the time, we hardly give a thought to getting places by walking. But when our feet hurt, even a short distance can be an agonizing ordeal. This can negatively affect our quality of life, including our jobs, hobbies, and our social relationships Anatomy of the foot and ankle The foot contains 26 bones, read more