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Common Summer Orthopedic Injuries

Summer is the time to get out to enjoy the weather and get active as the days are longer and the light lasts longer. Are you ready? There are lots of opportunities for accidents and injuries. Overuse injuries and trauma to a joint are the most common types of injuries. We haul out our bikes, read more

Chico Oaks Adventist School – 5th Grade Class Field Trip

We love our schools and we love our community. That’s why OANC ambulatory surgery center had the pleasure of hosting a field trip for Chico Oaks Adventist School – 5th grade class. Our future healthcare leaders learned about orthopedics, the musculoskeletal system and all of the procedures we provide to patients in our community. These read more

Advanced Surgical and After Care Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Orthopedic Associates is proud to announce the completion of our brand new and state-of-the-art advanced surgical and after care center. Our mission is to provide the highest level of orthopedic care available. Our new advanced surgical and after care center will help us to achieve that mission. Our team broke ground in September of 2020 read more

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

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