Our Advantage

What does the OSMS advantage mean for our patients? It means that you can expect state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and experienced, compassionate care. Because we’re doctor-owned, we are able to treat our patients exactly how we’d want to be treated – like family.

Our Surgery Centers

  • Savings on orthopedic procedures
  • High patient satisfaction
  • Conveniently located within OSMS

Acute Injury Clinic

  • Save 94% compared to emergency room
  • See a surgeon immediately
  • Same day X-ray, MRI, and surgery available

Infusion Therapy Clinic

  • 30-50% cost savings
  • Immediate physician access
  • Private and comfortable suites


At OSMS Green Bay, we offer some of area’s leading technology and diagnostic equipment.

For more detailed diagnostics, our surgeons may recommend an MRI. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is another diagnostic imaging technique that produces cross-sectional images of your body. MRI is radiation-free and uses magnetic fields and a software to take high-resolution pictures of your bones and soft tissues.

Patients with a pacemaker, implants, or other metal objects in their body should notify our staff before an MRI scan.

X-rays are the most common and widely available diagnostic imaging technique. X-rays allow our surgeons to quickly access bone fractures, dislocations, separations and other injuries. Even if you also need more advanced tests, you will probably get an x-ray first.

Bone density scans use x-rays to measure the density of calcium in your bones. Our doctors can determine the risk of fractures or measure the level of a patient’s osteoporosis. The scans also can:

Identify decreases in bone density before you break a bone
Determine your risk of broken bones (fractures)
Confirm a diagnosis of osteoporosis
Monitor osteoporosis treatment

At OSMS, we use use ultrasound as a diagnostic imaging technology to see internal body structures such as tendons and muscles, and joints. Ultrasounds are completely radiation-free as they use soundwaves to image localized parts of the body.

Ultrasound Guided Injection:
At OSMS, we often use ultrasound technology to help guide our doctors in finding the right joint location for pain medication or local anesthetics. With the advantage of ultrasound screening, we can administer injections both accurately and effectively, giving our patients the best possible outcome.

Not only do we have the latest in lab technology at OSMS offering immediate sampling and testing, but our highly-trained technicians can have results for you right away. Our onsite lab gives our patients peace of mind with faster results to help our doctors make faster decisions.