At Santa Rosa Orthopaedic Medical Group, our physicians and staff pride themselves on their expertise in managing and treating work-related injuries and illnesses covered under workers’ compensation. We provide state-of-the-art care for specific injuries and cumulative trauma disorders.
SRO’s board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons are recognized as foremost authorities within their respective orthopedic specialties. Our diverse practice includes physicians focusing on:
- Sports medicine and arthroscopy
- Orthopedic trauma and fracture care
- Spine surgery
- Joint replacement
- Surgery of the hand and upper extremities
- Foot and ankle disorders
- General orthopedic surgery
- Nerve and microsurgery
Comprehensive Medical Care
SRO understands the importance of providing quality medical care to every injured worker. We also appreciate the complexity of coordinating such care with insurance adjusters, nurse case managers, attorneys, and employers.
Our dedicated staff members provide all the relevant information to the involved parties while expediting medically appropriate care. Here’s how we achieve this goal:
- Board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians
- Primary treating physicians
- Secondary treating physicians
- Second-opinion consultations
- Medical-legal reports
- Efficient medical records management
- MRI scan evaluation, x-rays, and physical rehabilitation and hand therapy
- Orthotics, braces, splints, and other customized orthopedic equipment
SRO’s surgeons and staff are dedicated to restoring our patients’ active lifestyle. While their specialties differ, SRO surgeons share a common commitment: to treat every patient with compassion and excellence.
Your First Step Toward Better Health
You are invited to schedule an appointment with the Santa Rosa Orthopaedic Medical Group by calling (707) 546-1922 x1. You may request to see a specific physician, or you may choose to be referred to any of our outstanding physicians according to the specific specialty you require or by earliest availability. List of SRO Physicians
Notice: Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value for the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.
Workers’ Compensation Patient Registration Form