Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Fridays 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
71211 Highway 21, Suite A | Covington
From youth sports injuries to osteoarthritis, bone and joint conditions can be painful and debilitating. Joint discomfort is also widespread: Some 50 million Americans have been told by a physician that they have arthritis, gout or other joint-related conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The pair of orthopaedic surgeons has provided expert diagnoses and treatment of joint-related conditions on the Northshore for nearly 30 years.The Bone and Joint Clinic at St. Tammany Parish Hospital, led by the experienced orthopaedic practice of Mark J. Hontas MD and Roch B. Hontas MD, expands the scope and ease of patient access to highly experienced orthopaedic specialists within the hospital network.
Benefits include streamlined patient registration into the hospital system and improved communication between clinic and hospital healthcare providers through better, faster access to patient medical records.
The Bone and Joint Clinic at STPH provides the full range of orthopaedic care, from knee and hip replacements to treatment of acute injuries from sports or other activities. The goal of treatment for each patient is to ease pain or discomfort and to help the patient return to normal daily activities.
The clinic remains located at 71211 Highway 21, Suite A, in Covington, less than a mile from the main STPH campus. Their phone number remains 985-893-9922.