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NEW WEST SPORTS MEDICINE AND ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY BEGINS OUTPATIENT CLINIC IN PHILLIPSBURG

Phillips County Health Systems welcomed Dr. Paul Nielsen, Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon, of New West Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery out of Kearney, NE, on February 13th as the latest medical specialist offering outpatient specialty clinic services at the Phillipsburg Hospital.

The orthopedic outpatient program at Phillips County Health Systems will provide patient evaluation, treatment, and comprehensive interdisciplinary care between the patient’s primary care provider, rehabilitation therapists, and Dr. Nielsen and his team for a wide range of orthopedic conditions.


Dr. Nielsen will provide treatment and consult on pre and post-operative management for a wide variety of orthopedic surgical procedures. He will also provide diagnostic assessment, treatment, and follow-up on orthopedic issues such as joint pain, bone fractures, carpal tunnel, work-related injuries, lower and upper body extremities injuries, sports medicine, steroid joint injections, and much more.

“I am so excited for our community,” stated Danielle Bohl, PT, PCHS Rehabilitation Department Manager. “Dr. Nielsen and his team bring a high level of quality and progressive treatments that will benefit people of all ages right here in our community.”

Orthopedic outpatient clinics with Dr. Nielsen will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. You do not need a doctor’s referral to make an appointment. To make an appointment, please contact the Phillips County Health Systems’ outpatient clinic at 785-540-4913.


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Phillips County Health Systems

1150 State St.

Phillipsburg, KS 67661

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