Second Opinion With An Orthopedic Doctor
Be 100% certain of your diagnosis and treatment plan
Making decisions about surgery is one of the most important in a person’s life. Second Opinions with an Orthopedic doctor are a way to learn about your diagnosis and choices for treatment options. Some doctors are more conservative while others tend to be more aggressive. Our second opinion service means you are consulting with a top sports medicine doctor to confirm a diagnosis and/or find possible different treatment choices available to you.
Consult With a World-Renowned Expert in Your Specific Medical Condition
Our doctors have been trained and working at top healthcare institutions and have experiences in working with professional athletes.
Chris Dodson, MD Orthopaedic Surgeon & Team Physician Philadelphia 76ers
Our top sports medicine doctor will provide surgery diagnosis and choices for treatment options. Getting a second opion will give you peace of mind that you are making the right decision.
Consult with a top sports medicine doctor to help diagnosis and find different treatment choices available to you.
Maybe surgery is not required and there are other treatment options for you or your loved one. Going forward with surgery is a big decision and getting a second opion will provide peace of mind.
How Our Second Opinions Works
Patients work with a Care Manager who learns all about your case. We gather your medical records and match you to the specialist who’s right for your specific medical challenge.
Your doctor thoroughly reviews your case, including all medical records, imaging, and other materials.
In about one week, you receive a detailed second opinion report. Patients in the U.S. have the option of a live video chat with your doctor. You can move towards a better outcome with greater confidence and peace of mind.
The cost for a Virtual Second Opinion for patients in the U.S. or International is $975.
The fee includes the meeting with your Care Manager, collecting all of your medical records from your doctors and hospitals, review of radiological images and pathology tests, the doctor review of your case and a written report plus video consultation with your doctor.
When to Get a Virtual Second Opinion
Virtual Second Opinions lets you connect to world-renowned expertise without travel, travel costs or
time off from work. Consider getting one if you are:
Unsure about a diagnosis or treatment plan, or want either confirmed.
Struggling with a condition or illness that is not improving or getting worse.