About BRBJ

Full-Spectrum Orthopaedic Care

With a team of 21 physicians highly-specialized in five orthopaedic disciplines, Blue Ridge Bone & Joint has the highest number of fellowship-trained surgeons in the region and practices a comprehensive range preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic orthopaedics.

Part of what makes Blue Ridge Bone & Joint Clinic the best choice for orthopaedics is this high level of specialization. No other practice offers fellowship-trained specialists in each of the orthopaedic disciplines. Our physicians are not only dedicated to their areas of speciality, they deliver the most advanced procedures and treatment available.

Our board-certified and board-eligible physicians provide general orthopaedic care in addition to complete subspecialty care. Our teams provide evaluations, treatment, surgery, physical therapy, and wellness training in the following areas:

  • Sports Medicine
  • Hip & Knee
  • Foot & Ankle
  • Hand, Elbow & Shoulder
  • Spine & Interventional Physiatry

Western North Carolina’s go-to Physicians

The physicians at Blue Ridge Bone & Joint are instrumental in delivering specialized orthopaedic trauma care to Western North Carolina through our affiliations with Mission Hospital, Pardee hospital, and the Park Ridge Orthopedic Surgery Center. In fact, the physicians at Blue Ridge Bone & Joint comprise the majority of orthopaedic surgeons at Mission Hospital, where 24-hour, round-the-clock orthopaedic care by a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon is available through Mission Hospital's Emergency Services Program.

Blue Ridge Bone & Joint is proud of our role in making Mission and Pardee Hospital among the highest-ranked orthopaedic programs in the region. The expert care practiced by our fellowship-trained surgeons ensure patients receive the most advanced treatments for their musculoskeletal conditions.

 

BRBJ Important Notice

Hydrocodone-Combination Medications

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EFFECTIVE MONDAY OCTOBER 6TH, 2014

Because of new Federal Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, Blue Ridge Bone and Joint (BRBJ) staff and physicians will no longer be allowed to phone in hydrocodone-combination medications. While not a complete list, the more familiar medications included in the new FDA changes are:

  • Hydrocodone - any combination
  • Norco
  • Vicodin

Pharmacists will no longer be permitted to contact physicians for refills for these medications. Patients will be required to present a prescription to the pharmacist for these medications.

Patients must request these prescription refills from BRBJ before 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (excludes holidays). BRBJ staff will require a signature from whoever is picking up the prescription.