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Welcome to Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan

Dr. Bakeman introduces you to OAM’s standards and shares some history. Watch the video to learn about OAM and how orthopaedic surgical centers have evolved to meet your needs.

Our Physicians

Our physicians are Board Certified and fellowship trained, which means they have extensive training in their field, passed the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Examination and had specialty training.

Make An Appointment

Call our office to make an appointment or click the button below.

Phone: (616) 459-7101
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Our Locations

Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan (OAM)provides services to patients throughout Grand Rapids and across Michigan. Give us a call to let us know how we can help you.
 

Adult Scoliosis Overview

Scoliosis generally develops during childhood, but it also can occur in adults. Adult refers patients who have completed their growth (i.e., are over the age of 18 or have gone through puberty). Adult scoliosis is distinctive from childhood scoliosis in terms of the causes. In addition, the goals of treatment differ in skeletally mature patients.

Which Nutrition Standard Should I Follow?

Over some 25 years, Americans have grown accustomed to the nutrition guide known as the Food Guide Pyramid, which seeks to illustrate the proportions of meat, vegetables, grains and beverages that make up a healthy diet. Through revision and eventual replacement by MyPlate, the Food Pyramid has stuck in the American imagination as the nutrition standard to follow.

OAM NOW

When injuries happen, OAM NOW is the only urgent orthopaedic care center in Michigan. For the cost of an office visit, OAM NOW provides instant access to Michigan’s best orthopaedic experts, along with the support of MRI exams, digital x-rays, physical therapy and more.

OAM NOW