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Patient Satisfaction

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Surveys Completed

Quality & Outcomes

99% of our patients would recommend TCO

Outcomes

Through our advanced data-collection software system we are able to capture patient-reported outcomes that provide actionable information used to improve care and outcomes. The data we collect encompasses every aspect of patient care and enables us to measure individualized patient improvement, optimize treatment plans and improve your overall experience at TCO.

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A part of comprehensive quality care is understanding our patients from head to toe, injury to recovery. Your physician care team will ask you to complete a health status form prior to and following surgery. Learn more about pre-op and post-op forms.

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Orthopedic Surgery in Ambulatory Surgery Centers During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Low Incidence of Infection Among Patients, Surgeons, and Staff - Learn More

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Twin Cities Orthopedics Success Story - Adopting OBERD's User-Friendly Pro Solution - Learn More

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Reduction of Opiod Prescribing Practices Following Elective Orthopedic Surgery in a Single Private Practice - Learn More

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Opiod Prescribing Practices and Quality Improvements Within an Outpatient Orthopedic Practice - Learn More

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Hand & Wrist

Carpal Tunnel Release

Patients reported moderate to no difficulty carrying a shopping bag or briefcase

2 months post-surgery

96%

Foot & Ankle

                                                                                                                                

Bunionectomy

                                                            

Patients reported the ability to get in and out of the car with little or no difficult

6 months post-surgery

96%

Shoulder & Elbow

Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

Patients would have the surgery again, if needed

1 year post-surgery

92%

Knee

                                     

Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)

                                 

Patients reported the ability to carry out usual social activities at home, work, and in the community

6 months post-surgery

92%

Hip

                                      

Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA)

                                 

Patients reported increased ability to perform regular actvities

6 months post-surgery

93%

Sports Medicine

ACL Reconstruction

Patients reported the ability to climb stairs normally

6 months post-surgery

96%

Spine

Lumbar Spine Fusion

Patients reported being able to sit pain free for an hour

6 months post-surgery

95%

Patient Satisfaction

We know that patients have many choices when it comes to receiving medical care, and that is why everyone at TCO works tirelessly to ensure you have the best experience possible. You expect an exceptional experience, and TCO delivers - more than 99% of our patients would recommend TCO to a friend or family member. Whether you schedule an appointment in one of our clinics or unexpectedly find yourself in one of our Orthopedic Urgent Care locations, we will strive to deliver high-quality care that results in improved outcomes and a superior patient experience.

99%

of patients would recommend tco to their family & friends

448,265

patient satisfaction surveys completed

TCO physicians, administration and staff are committed to transparency in providing quality and cost-effective care. We want to provide the best possible experience in our clinics and surgical facilities for our patients.
Loren Vorlicky, MD | Chief Medical Officer, TCO

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Qualities and Outcomes: Lumbar Discectomy

At Twin Cities Orthopedics, we have a responsibility to our patients, their families, and our communities as a whole, to make health care better for everyone. That’s why for the past several years we’ve been analyzing surgical outcomes, gathering feedback about your experiences, and putting the data to good use.

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