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East Memphis Orthopedic Group's Mission Statement

East Memphis Orthopedic Group provides orthopedic surgery and physical therapy services to patients throughout the Memphis and and the Mid South area. The experienced physicians are ready to help you get back functioning on your feet as quickly as possible.

The Group's physicians provide treatment for sprains and fractures, neck and back pain and injuries, total joint replacement, arthritis, sports injuries, foot and ankle pain, and hand pain or injury. Minimally invasive and arthroscopic techniques are utilized.

The four doctors of East Memphis Orthopedic Group all practice general orthopedics as well as specialty areas. Drs. James T. Galyon, W.Lee Moffatt, Peter B. Lindy, and Wm. Randy Fly pride themselves on guiding each and every patient through their personal recovery process with a hands-on approach. The physicians treat both children and adults.

East Memphis Orthopedic Group also offers an extensive range of physical therapy programs to suit patients' therapeutic needs, whether recovering from a surgical procedure, a sports injury or treating back and neck pain or arthritis.

Our offices are conveniently located at Saint Francis Hospital - Park Ave on the third floor of the Loewenberg Medical Office, Suite 309 and at Saint Francis Hospital - Bartlett, Suite 301. The offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and appointment times are available until 3:45 p.m.

We welcome new patients and participate in most insurance plans and networks including United Healthcare, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna and Medicare. Please contact your insurance carrier to ensure participation. The office accepts cash, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and American Express), checks and money orders. 

Our Logo

The illustration that our logo is based on first appeared in Nicholas Andre's book "L'Orthopedie" in 1741. It has become a symbol of man's struggle against the mistakes of nature.  Orthopedics is a part of this. Orthopedics loosely means "to straighten the crippled child."