Get your body ready for adventure!

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And no, I don’t mean going on a diet, but you should stop by the Premier Bone and Joint Center here in Laramie for any of your aches and pains. The Premiere Bone and Joint Center, previously known as Gem City Bone and Joint, is an excellent center for orthopedic care, sports medicine, and physical therapy. With their many offices located in Laramie, Casper, Cheyenne, Douglas, Gillette, Green River, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs, Torrington, and Wheatland, they serve the Wyoming people very well.

The current practice can trace its origin back to 1973, when it was founded by Dr. David A Kieffer who partnered up with Dr. Robert J. Curnow three years later. The practice now employs nine physicians and over 120 other members of the staff. If you live in Laramie, you likely have heard of them while attending University of Wyoming athletic events. Premier Bone and Joint has a long history of supporting our athletes here at UW.

Premier Bone and Joint prides themselves on serving such a wide range of orthopedic services. If your issue involves the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, or ligaments, they have an expert that can treat it. This treatment can range from mild physical therapy to advanced surgical techniques. Their nine physicians travel back and forth throughout the locations, ensuring that you will get the best treatment depending on what your issue is. There’s no question that Premier Bone and Joint Center is the place you need to go if your body is hurting! Stop by their location in Laramie at 1909 Vista Avenue or contact them if you need more info at (307) 745-8851 or www.premierboneandjoint.com.

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