Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center adds outreach clinic location
Specialized orthopedic and sports medicine care expands to Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS, S.D. (Mar. 27, 2014) – Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center will hold clinics at Fall River Health Services, located at 1201 Highway 71 in Hot Springs, beginning March 27. Patients who would like to schedule an appointment at the Hot Springs location are encouraged to call Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center at (605) 341-1414.

Dr. Jeff Marrs will diagnose and treat injuries and conditions of the hip and knee. He will also provide total joint replacements for the hip and knee.

“I strive to provide compassionate, individualized orthopedic care to each of my patients,” Dr. Marrs says. “I look forward to helping patients in Hot Springs and the surrounding areas recover from hip and knee injuries and conditions and return to their active lifestyles.”

Dr. Marrs completed medical school and residency training at the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research in Rochester, Minn. He is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

For more information regarding Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center or to schedule an appointment, please call (605) 341-1414.

Founded in 1976, Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center has provided expert bone, joint and muscle care to patients in the Black Hills area for nearly 40 years. Through the practice’s primary location in Rapid City and outreach clinics in Philip, S.D., Spearfish, S.D., Hot Springs, S.D., Chadron, Neb., and Newcastle, Wyo., the doctors and specialized staff of Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center provide treatment for orthopedic injuries and conditions affecting the foot and ankle, hand, shoulder and spine as well as joint replacement, orthopedic trauma, pediatric orthopedics, physical therapy, sports medicine and wound care. To learn more about the practice and its doctors, please visit, “like” Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center on Facebook or follow @BlackHillsOrtho on Twitter.

Click here to read the article published in the Rapid City Journal.


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