OSSP CENTERExcellence in Orthopaedic Care

Orthopaedic, Sports, Spine & Pain (OSSP) Center brings a multidisciplinary and comprehensive approach for the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of a wide spectrum of orthopaedic disorders. We are proud to offer a team of world-class surgeons and specialists, that will carefully diagnose and individualize treatment plans for each specific need.

OSSP Center services include a variety of orthopaedic specialties such as Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement Surgery, Orthopaedic Oncology, Arthroscopic Knee, Hip and Shoulder Surgery, Neurosurgery, Pain Management, Spine Intervention, Podiatric Surgery, Foot & Ankle Reconstruction Surgery, Diabetic Limb Salvage, and Wound Management.

With each patient, we strive to achieve excellence in care and treatment from the diagnosis to the recovery.


OSSP CENTER, the premiere orthopaedic,
multi-specialty center in Orange County welcomes you
to see our new offices next to Orange Coast Medical Center.

special features

Orthopaedic Shoulder Surgery Video

Tears of the rotator cuff of the shoulder are potentially painful and disabling conditions. Treatments for rotator cuff tears vary widely depending upon the severity of symptoms and signs. The person with a rotator cuff tear can have a sudden (acute/traumatic) or gradual (chronic) onset of shoulder pain.

Cartilage Repair Video

Arthroscopic meniscus repair is an outpatient surgical procedure to repair torn knee cartilage. The torn meniscus is repaired by a variety of minimally invasive techniques and requires postoperative protection to allow healing. Physical therapy is useful to regain full function of the knee, which occurs on average 4-5 months.

Orthopaedic Elbow Surgery Video

The elbow joint is complex. The elbow joint consists of three different bones (the humerus, the radius, and the ulna) with different articulations (the ulnohumeral joint, the radiocapitellar joint, and the proximal radioulnar joint). The combination of elbow flexion and extension, as well as forearm rotation, allows for placement of the hand.