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The Team at Arthritis & Orthopedic Medical Clinic

Our approach is integrative in that we create individualized treatment plans that incorporate medications, injections, joint lubricants, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications—performing surgery only when necessary. Our entire staff is committed to delivering patient-centered care and making you feel at home during your visit. This starts with our front office staff, who will always greet you with a big smile, and continues with our board-certified physicians and physical therapists, who are dedicated to helping you heal quickly.

Robert Aptekar, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Aptekar is a highly skilled, board-certified orthopedic surgeon dedicated to helping patients see immediate results. He is also an experienced teacher to other orthopedic surgeons.
Meet Robert Aptekar
"I believe in making patients partners in their care, with the ultimate goal of delivering optimum healing care and complete patient satisfaction."
— Robert Aptekar, MD

Michael Butcher, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Butcher is a gentle, highly skilled, board-certified surgeon who embraces the three A’s of his practice: availability, affability, and accessibility.
Meet Michael Butcher
"I take the time to listen to my patients, which results in them being committed partners in their own care."
— Michael Butcher, MD

Daljeet Sagoo, DO

Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Sagoo is a highly skilled, board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacements, as well as minimally invasive treatments.
Meet Daljeet Sagoo
"Every surgeon likes to do good work, but I put in the time with patients before surgery, to guarantee we get the best results."
— Daljeet Sagoo, DO

Nicolas Vardiabasis, DO

Orthopedic Surgeon
Growing up with an affinity for competitive sports and an extended family full of physicians, Dr. Vardiabasis felt a natural pull toward a career in sports medicine.
Meet Nicolas Vardiabasis
"Helping a patient, I’m not seeing only that one joint. Instead, I’m approaching the whole person, so I can come up with the best treatment."
— Nicolas Vardiabasis, DO