Webster Orthopedics is opening a brand new Bone & Joint Urgent Care in downtown Oakland. We are seeking an experienced Physician Assistant to play a key role in making this clinic a success! This is an opportunity to work closely with Webster’s physicians to build a new clinic from the ground up and provide Webster’s... read more
Webster Orthopedics is seeking a full-time surgery scheduler to assist an interventional spine care and pain management doctor. This position will be based in our San Ramon clinic but will travel to our Dublin and Oakland locations on a weekly basis. This position will work directly with our physician and his patients to schedule 30... read more
Effective Monday, August 22, 2016, our Webster Wellness Center will be relocating to our NEW Oakland Office, located at 3300 Webster Street, Suite 1201, Oakland, CA 94609. Our new office is located on the 12th floor of the building and offers breathtaking views of the city below! We are excited to announce that there is... read more
Webster Orthopedics is seeking an X-Ray Technologist for our East Bay clinics. This is a full-time, benefited position that will travel between our Dublin, Oakland and San Ramon clinics. The technologist will perform all procedures related to operating radiology equipment to produce clinically diagnostic x-ray films, as directed by our physicians. Requires a valid California... read more
Webster Orthopedics is looking for a Physical Therapy Aide for our wellness center in Berkeley. This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week Monday-Friday. This position is responsible for assisting the physical therapists in the treatment of patients with a variety of orthopedics injuries, and maintaining the corresponding documentation and medical records. Previous... read more
Webster Orthopedics is looking for a Physical Therapist for our Sports Physical Therapy center in San Ramon. This is a full time position, with hours Monday-Friday. This position provides direct patient care to pre-op, post-op and non-surgical patients with physical disabilities and/or functional limitations in an outpatient clinic setting. A significant part of the patient... read more
The Olympics are here....and many of us want to be the next athletic superstar! Can we predict who has what it takes?
Building and maintaining strong bones is crucial for children and young athletes. By the time children reach the age of 18, more than 80 percent of their bones have reached full development.
So I have been humbled by 2 recent national news invitations to give my opinion on youth football hitting and concussion risk.
As a member of the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee for the California Interscholastic Federation on High School Sports, we had our semi-annual meeting in Los Angeles this week.