Team of Specialists: Mark E. Gittins, D.O.

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Here at OrthoNeuro, we’re fortunate to have a bunch of different specialties. And oftentimes, we’ll see people that have isolated hip or knee pain and they’ll then have back pain as a result of their initial complaint of hip or knee pain. And fortunately, we’re able to tag-team those types of patients and have spine specialists and hip and knee specialists work together to try to get both problems alleviated.

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