We understand that foot and ankle pain can have a significant impact on your daily life, and we will work with you to develop a treatment plan specific to your needs.
From diagnosis to treatment and recovery, the doctors and staff at DMOS Orthopaedic Centers are dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate care.
Whether you need treatment for arthritis, joint pain, sports injuries, physical therapy or even an orthopedic urgent care, DMOS offers specialized care, focused on you.
With countless accolades for top orthopedic doctors within the Des Moines community each year, means you can trust that you are in good hands with the team at DMOS.
Helping You Get Back to Living
Since 1955 DMOS Orthopaedic Centers have offered the highest quality of orthopedic care in a patient-centered environment.
Helping you get back to living, faster with regenerative medicine. Our orthobiologics center offers all natural, non-surgical options for pain relief and healing of orthopedic conditions.
Personalized orthopedic care at convenient hours, six days a week — no appointment necessary.
We understand that pain can make simple, everyday activities a challenge. Our team will work to identify the causes of your pain, develop a treatment program and deliver compassionate care so you can get back to living.
Our state-of-the-art MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and Extremity MRI scanners make diagnosing conditions and injuries as quick and painless as possible, so you can get back to your daily life.
Compassionate Orthopedic Care
Our orthopedic doctors are experts in treating a wide range of orthopedic procedures for the spine, shoulder, hand, hip, knee, foot, and more—including joint replacement, fracture care, and arthroscopy.
As the primary tool with which you interact with the physical world, your hands are at risk for injury, overuse and degenerative arthritis. Even simple daily tasks can become a chore. Our specialized team of hand care experts will work with you to improve your function, so you can get back to living.
Helping remove pain and discomfort from the knee or hip.
Our pediatric orthopaedic surgeon is specially trained in understanding the growth and development of infants, children and adolescents, as well as how to treat injuries in immature bones.
Dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and conditions affecting the foot, ankle, and lower extremity.
Helping improve your quality of life through shoulder and upper extremity services.
Specialized treatment and care for injuries to the neck, back and spine.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a high school, college, or professional athlete and obtain an injury, you need to see a doctor with the highest level of training and experience in sports medicine.
What Our Clients Say
I’ve seen multiple doctors in this group with myself and my two children. All three of us have had sports injuries. Achilles tendon tear and repair broken shoulder and three stress fractures. We saw many of the doctors in the group and they are all very caring and very excellent doctors. I want to give a shout out to the hand surgeons as well I have had serval hand surgeries and I’ve had good results. I highly recommend DMOS. Thank you for your wonderful care and professionalism.
I received such great care here from Dr. Honkamp, Dr. Gaffey and Dr. Vittetoe over the years for shoulder, hip, wrist and knee issues. The doctors I saw were very nice and wanted me to be involved in the decisions on my course of treatment.
Dr. Butler practices general orthopaedics and specializes in orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery: fractures, sports injuries, simple and complex deformity/reconstruction.
Primary Location: DMOS Ankeny, 350 NE 36th Street, Ankeny, Iowa 50021
Lindsey Engbers, P.A.-C.
Dr. Bremner’s practice encompasses most areas of general orthopaedics, though he has special interests in sports medicine, arthroscopy, elbow injuries and joint replacement.
Primary Location: DMOS Des Moines, 1301 Penn Ave., Suite 213, Des Moines, Iowa 50316
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A Few Commonly Asked Questions
No appointments are necessary for the DMOS Urgent Injury Clinic. The Urgent Injury Clinic is located at the DMOS – West location and staffed by specialized orthopedic PAs. The Urgent Injury Clinic team offers personalized orthopedic care at convenient hours, six days a week.
When you arrive for your appointment at DMOS, please check in at the Registration Desk. If this is your first visit, you will be asked to provide registration information, insurance information, an insurance card and a photo identification. If you have visited our clinic in the past, the receptionist will confirm your information and make any updates or changes as needed.
The state of Iowa allows patients to schedule and see a physical or hand therapist without a referral from your physician, so you are welcome to schedule directly with a DMOS physical or hand therapist. We always recommend that you check with your insurance company, however, on their requirements.