OSPI offers the top orthopedic surgeons in Gilbert AZ and the East Valley. Drs. Mahoney, Macqueen, Stewart and Clouse offer minimally invasive General, Sports and Hand Surgery expertise.

Physical Therapy

Whether you are pre or post-operative, OSPI’s East Valley physical therapy team works with you on both active and passive treatments. Your will be in the best hands with our licensed physical therapists!


The Gilbert chiropractors at OSPI offer a plethora of nonoperative pain relief options such as manipulations, laser therapy, physiotherapy and electrical stimulation.


Crossfit Broken Bones powered by OSPI Orthopedics is an innovative performance center that is dedicated to helping individuals achieve their health and fitness goals.

Medical Weight Loss

Patients routinely experience dramatic, healthy weight loss with the customized programs at OSPI. The programs combine nutrition, exercise and prescription weight loss options.

Performance Training

OSPI’s integrated team of healthcare providers work with both amateur and professional athletes to maximize one’s performance with sport specific programs.

Pain Management

OSPI’s Board Certified, Fellowship Trained pain doctor offers both medication management and interventional procedures with exceptional outcomes!

Clinical Biomechanics

Clinical biomechanics is a branch of biomechanics that that applies physical principles to evaluate and develop treatment protocols for patients and athletes. The body is a complex series of systems capable of reacting to internal and external environmental stimuli almost instantaneously.

Biomechanics is the science behind deciphering how mechanical forces influence the internal workings of the human body as well as how the body functions during physical activity of sports and activities of daily living.

The goal of clinical biomechanics is to develop treatment protocols and methods to aid in increasing the quality of life of individuals suffering from a health condition, disease or illness inhibiting the ability to move and function properly. For example, when an individual has difficulties walking, the entire gait pattern is examined.

The obvious problem may be the bodies inability to pull the foot up when the leg swings through, but there also may be some underlying cause, such as weak hip and leg muscles. By providing a “looking glass” into how the body reacts and performs, and applying biomechanical principles to specialized movement, clinical biomechanics can also be a helpful tool to maximize or enhance performance in athletes.

By observing and assessing the way an athlete performs sports-related activities, slight abnormalities in movement patterns can be found. By applying acceptable biomechanics research theories to these subtle movement irregularities, improvements of performance and efficiency of movement can be achieved. This scientifically based practice is additionally beneficial in reducing or preventing injury.


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