UOC is now hiring patient support for the Altoona location, clinical support staff for the Dubois location, and Podiatry clinical staff for the Altoona location.

Osteoporosis Educational Seminar, Thursday July 27th, at 6PM.


Dr. Adam Budny Provides Leadership at ACFAS Foot & Ankle Arthroscopy Course

Altoona, PA October 27, 2016 – University Orthopedics Center’s (UOC) Adam Budny, DPM was invited faculty at the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons course (ACFAS) on Arthoscopy of the Foot and Ankle Surgical Skills. This course was held at the Orthopaedic Learning Center in Rosemont, Illinois October 1 -2, 2016. The interactive two-day hands-on courses were led by a faculty of skilled arthroscopy surgeons that provided the opportunity for physicians to learn and practice established and cutting edge techniques in surgery for the foot and ankle. Dr. Adam Budny is a foot and ankle specialist who delivers complete and compassionate care for all foot and ankle problems. Having trained extensively in this one area has allowed him to provide better outcomes for patients in central Pennsylvania for the past nine years. An established leader in his field, he is actively involved in medical research and eagerly sought after to lecture on new and innovative techniques. Dr. Budny is accepting new patients at our Altoona and Roaring Springs locations. To schedule an appointment, please call 814-942-1166 or log onto www.uoc.com to schedule an appointment online. University Orthopedics Center and affiliated companies provide diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitation services for patients with musculo-skeletal injuries or chronic/degenerative orthopedic disorders. UOC, established in 1991, is headquartered in State College with offices in Altoona, Tyrone, DuBois, Huntingdon, Roaring Spring, Bedford, and Lewistown, and employs approximately 270 people. University Orthopedics Center is not affiliated with Penn State University.
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