Specialized Orthopedic Physicians
Moore physicians are known throughout South Carolina for correcting all kinds of orthopedic conditions in infants, children, adults and athletes. Not one of our doctors is a generalist. Each has gone through specialized training to provide treatments for diseases and injuries affecting the spine, neck, shoulder, arm, hand, foot, ankle, knee and hip.
Our top-ranked surgeons have hailed from all over the country to be a part of the practice known throughout the world for pioneering advancements in orthopedic medical care. Each physician has a dedicated care team of physician assistants, nurses, rehab therapists and radiology technologists to help ensure you’ll receive the most effective orthopedic care available today.
News & Events
Two of our surgeons made the list!
On June 12, 2013, Moore Center for Orthopedics hosted its “14th Annual Moore Sports Medicine Golf Invitational.”
What is Torticollis?
Torticollis comes from the Latin words “Tortus” for twisted and “Collum” for neck. Babies with torticollis have tightness at their neck muscles and will have difficulty moving their head and looking to both sides. They can have difficulty keeping their head in midline and are often tilted to one side.
You may have wondered why as far back as you can recall you have never had anything wrong with your feet and all of a sudden you are plagued with painful feet or feet that no longer look like ones you were born with. Others may have always suffered with painful feet their whole lives or had a deformity that was painless. Why is this? In reality, the answer is quite complex and often not obvious to the untrained eye.