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 Home Exercises

The following organizations and links provide additional information about orthopaedic procedures, conditions and treatments.  Please understand that we offer these links as helpful resources, but are not responsible for the information located on these sites and do not endorse any products or services.

Shoulder and Elbow

The joints of the shoulder are the most mobile in the body, which also makes them the most unstable and most susceptible to injuries.  Shoulder problems can interfere with almost all of the most basic daily activities.  The following link provides more information related to shoulder conditions and rehabilitation.

Hand and Wrist

From carpal tunnel to arthritis, hand problems require special care. Lansing Orthopedic provides comprehensive care and the latest advances in hand surgery including arthroscopic and microsurgical procedures.  For detailed information about common hand problems please follow the link below.

Hip and Thigh

Hip problems and chronic hip pain can impede a person's ability to participate in and enjoy a full life.  Lansing Orthopedica provides a full range of treatment options that are appropriate for people with arthritis, sports injuries, and fractures.  The following links provide information related to hip problems, incljuding treatment and rehabilition techniques.

Knee and Lower Leg

Knee problems like arthritis, meniscus and ACL tears, or damage to other cartilages and ligaments are common concerns for everyone. Lansing Orthopedic offers a wide range of treatment options for people suffering with chronic knee pain or joint injuries.  The following links provide detailed information about knee problems, and knee exercises.

Foot and Ankle

The foot and ankle joints take a lot of abuse duing the course of normal daily activity.  Because of this they are particularly vulnerable to problems. These problems with the foot may be the result of a wide range of complex symptoms, including the secondary effects of diabetes, nervous system disorders, congenital deformities, and of course sports injuries.   The following links provide information related to foot and ankle conditions and rehabilitation.


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For Lansing Orthopedic P.C. (referred to in this document as “the practice”)


This Notice of Privacy Practices is being provided to you as a requirement of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This Notice describes how we may use and disclose your protected health information to carry out treatment, payment of health care operations and for other purposes that are permitted or required by law. It also describes your rights to access and control your protected health information in some cases. Your “protected health information” means any of your written and oral health information, including demographic data that can be used to identify you. This is health information that is created or received by your health care provider, and that relates to your past, present or future physical or mental health or condition.

Uses and Disclosures of Protected Health Information

The practice may use your protected health information for purposes of providing treatment, obtaining payment for treatment, and conducting health care operations. Your protected health information may be used or disclosed only for these purposes unless the Practice has obtained your authorization or the use or disclosure is otherwise permitted by the HIPAA Privacy Regulations or State law. Disclosures of your protected health information for the purposes described in this Notice may be made in writing, orally, or be facsimile.


We will use and disclose your protected health information to provide, coordinate, or manage your health care and any related services. This includes the coordination or management of your health care with a third party for treatment purposes. For example, we may disclose your protected health information to a pharmacy to fulfill a prescription, to a laboratory to order a blood test, or to a home health agency that is providing care in your home. We may also disclose protected health information to other physicians who may be treating you or consulting with your physician with respect to your care. In some cases, we may also disclose your protected health information to an outside treatment provider for purposes of the treatment activities of the other provider.


Your protected health information will be used, as needed, to obtain payment for the service that we provide. This may include certain communications to your health insurer to get approval for the treatment that we recommend. For example, if a hospital admission is recommended, we may need to disclose information to your health insurer to get prior approval for the hospitalization. We may also disclose protected health information to your insurance company to determine whether you are eligible for benefits or whether a particular service is covered under your health plan. In order to get payment for your services, we may also need to disclose your protected health information to your insurance company to demonstrate the medical necessity of the services or, as required by your insurance company, for utilization review. We may also disclose patient information to another provider involved in your care for the other provider’s payment activities.


We may use or disclose your protected health information, as necessary, for our own health care operations in order to facilitate the function of the practice and to provide quality care to all patients. Health care operations include such activities as:

Quality assessment and improvement activities.
Employee review activities.
Training programs including those in which students, trainees, or practitioners in health care learn under supervision.
Accreditation, certification, licensing or credentialing activities.
Review and auditing, including compliance reviews, medical reviews, legal services and maintaining compliance programs.
Business management and general administrative activities.
In certain situations, we may also disclose patient information to another provider or health plan for their health care operations.

Other Uses and Disclosures

As part of treatment, payment and healthcare operations, we may also use or disclose your protected health information for the following purposes:

  • To remind you of an appointment.
  • To inform you of potential treatment alternatives or options.
  • To inform you of health-related benefits or services that may be of interest to you.

In the Event of A Serious Threat To Health Or Safety

We may, consistent with applicable law and ethical standards of conduct, use or disclose your protected health information if we believe, in good faith, that such use or disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to your health or safety or to the health and safety of the public.

For Specified Government Functions

In certain circumstances, the Federal regulations authorize the practice to use or disclose your protected health information to facilitate specified government functions relating to military and veterans activities, national security and intelligence activities, protective services for the President and others, medical suitability determinations, correctional institutions, and law enforcement custodial situations.

For Worker's Compensation

The practice may release your health information to comply with worker’s compensation laws or similar programs.

Uses and Disclosures Permitted Without Authorization But With Opportunity to Object

We may disclose your protected health information to your family member or a close personal friend if it is directly relevant to the person’s involvement in your care or payment related to your care. We can also disclose your information in connection with trying to locate or notify family members or other involved in your care concerning your location, condition or death.

You may object to these disclosures. If you do not object to these disclosures or we can infer from the circumstances that you do not object or we determine, in the exercise of our professional judgment, that it is in your best interests for us to make disclosure of information that is directly relevant to the person’s involvement with your care, we may disclose your protected health information as described.

Uses and Disclosures Which You Authorize

Other than as stated above, we will not disclose your health information other than with your written authorization. You may revoke your authorization in writing at any time except to the extent that we have taken action in reliance upon the authorization.

Your Rights:

  • You have the following rights regarding your health information.
  • The right to inspect and copy your protected health information.
  • You may inspect and obtain a copy of your protected health information that is contained in a designated record set for as long as we maintain the protected health information. A “designated record set” contains medical and billing records and any other records that your physician and the practice use for making decisions about you.

Under Federal law, however, you may not inspect or copy the following records: Psychotherapy notes; information compiled in reasonable anticipation of, or for use in, a civil, criminal, or administrative action or proceeding; and protected health information that is subject to a law that prohibits access to protected health information; depending on the circumstances you may have the right to have a decision to deny access reviewed.

We may deny your request to inspect or copy your protected health information if, in our professional judgment, we determine that the access requested is likely to endanger your life safety or that of another person, or that it is likely to cause substantial harm to another person referenced with the information. You have the right to request a review of this decision.

To inspect and copy your medical information, you must submit a written request to the Privacy Officer whose contact information is listed on the last pages of this Notice. If you request a copy of your information, we may charge you a fee for the costs of copying, mailing or other costs incurred by us in complying with your request.

Please contact our Privacy Officer if you have questions about access to your medical record.

The right to request a restriction on uses and disclosures of your protected health information
You may ask us not to use or disclose certain parts of your protected health information for the purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations. You may also request that we not disclose your health information to family members or friends who may be involved in your care or for notification purposes as described in this Notice of Privacy Practices. Your request must state the specific restriction and to whom you want the restriction to apply.


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