What Sets Us Apart
Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic is Wake County’s oldest orthopaedic practice. Our roots in providing orthopaedic medicine to central and eastern North Carolina can be traced back to 1919, when our original founders, Dr. Hugh Thompson, Dr. Walter Hunt, and Dr. Thomas Dameron opened Wake County’s first general surgery practice with a focus in Orthopaedics, and in 1959, these three surgeons named the practice Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC).
Today, Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic has 20 board certified and board eligible orthopaedic surgeons, with advanced training in their respective subspecialties, which include: foot and ankle surgery, hand, wrist and elbow surgery, neck and spine surgery, hip surgery, shoulder surgery, total joint replacement, and sports medicine. In addition, Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic has 2 primary care sports medicine physicians, and a podiatrist, who specialize in the conservative treatment options for orthopaedic conditions, and 19 advanced practice providers to care for your unique orthopaedic conditions. We have five convenient clinic locations in Raleigh, Cary, Garner, North Raleigh and Holly Springs with on-site services, including: MRI, X-ray, physical therapy, casts, braces, splints, and orthotics, pedorthotics and prosthetics.
With over 200 years of combined experience, the Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic physicians and staff are committed to providing the highest quality musculoskeletal care available in the Triangle and surrounding regions of central North Carolina. Our ultimate mission is to be your provider of choice for orthopaedic surgery/medical care.
Why Choose Us
The physicians and staff at Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic are committed to providing the highest quality musculoskeletal care available in the Triangle and surrounding regions of central North Carolina, and our ultimate mission is to be your provider of choice for orthopaedic surgery/medical care.
In an effort to continuously provide the highest quality and improve our surgical outcomes we administer surveys to our patients of different orthopaedic specialties. The physicians collect survey data on patients up to one year after surgery. The information is anonymously tabulated to provide our physicians feedback on their surgical outcomes to better educate and inform future patients. Learn more about What Sets Us Apart
In addition, Our physicians have also been committed to supporting orthopaedic education in Wake County since 1988, when the Thomas B. Dameron, Jr. Orthopaedic Education Foundation was founded. Learn more about the Dameron Foundation.
Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic is affiliated with the following hospitals: