Chatham Orthopaedic Associates is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Ted S. Samaddar, M.D., M.P.H., to its team of highly-trained orthopaedic physicians. Dr. Samaddar completed his specialty training in Hand, Upper Extremity, and Microvascular Surgery from the University of Alabama at Birmingham after completing his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at the Medical University of South…
**UPDATE: AUGUST 27, 2021** Due to the daily rise in COVID cases in our community, we have made the difficult decision to postpone this event until Fall of 2022. Thank you for your understanding.
Get to know Dr. James Holtzclaw’s team! From left to right are Risa Socarras, Medical Assistant; Dr. James Holtzclaw; and Ryan Polsinelli, PA-C. Risa is an avid nature enthusiast and would love to be a park ranger! Dr. Holtzclaw enjoys golfing and has had 3 Hole-In-One’s! Ryan is an avid baker and boater!
Meet Dr. Evan Siegall and his medical assistant, Brittney Griffin! Dr. Siegall is a college football fanatic who loves going to the gym, gymnastics, soccer, and whatever else his two daughters are currently into! Brittney Griffin shares that “helping to aid in healing has always been my passion!”
5/19/21 UPDATE The CDC recently stated that vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear a mask. That’s great progress! However, healthcare facilities like Chatham Orthopaedics are not exempt from wearing masks at this time. We kindly ask that you continue to wear masks while visiting our offices until further notice. For more information, visit the…
In observance of St. Patrick’s Day, all Chatham Orthopaedics locations will be closed on Tuesday, March 17. ExpressOrtho urgent care services will also not be available. Please seek emergency care at a local hospital, if needed. Regular business hours will resume on Wednesday, March 18.
Effective March 7th, we will be closing ExpressOrtho on Saturdays and Sundays at our Pooler office location only.
On Monday, February 10th, Dr. Greer Noonburg led a community seminar titled “Management of Knee Arthritis: Nonoperative Vs. Partial and Total Knee Replacement” at Effingham Hospital. This seminar gave attendees who are struggling with knee arthritis helpful insight on how to get back to a pain-free life.
Effective February 8, 2020, our Savannah-Paulsen Street ExpressOrtho services will move back to Building B.
ExpressOrtho at both our Savannah- Paulsen St. and Pooler locations will be closed tonight (Thursday, February 6) due to expected inclement weather. Regular business hours will resume Friday, February 7.