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Common Conditions & Procedures
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
- IT Band (Iliotibial Band) Syndrome
- Knee Arthritis & Osteoarthritis
- Knee Arthroscopy (Knee Scope)
- Knee Osteoarthritis
- Meniscectomy & Meniscal Repair
- Medial Patellofemoral Ligament (MPFL) Reconstruction
- Osteochondritis Dissecans
- Partial Knee Replacement
- Patellar Tendinitis
- Patellofemoral Syndrome (Runners Knee)
- Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injuries
- Quadriceps Tendon Rupture
- Total Knee, Joint Replacement
Barron Bremner, DOGeneral Orthopedics; Sports Medicine, Hip & Knee Replacement
Dr. Bremner’s practice encompasses most areas of general orthopedics, though he has special interests in sports medicine, arthroscopy, elbow injuries, and joint replacement.
Joseph A. Brunkhorst, DOSports Medicine and Knee, Hip & Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Brunkhorst specializes in shoulder and knee arthroscopy, knee ligament reconstruction, shoulder arthroplasty, cartilage restoration, and joint injections.
Jeffrey Davick, MDSports Medicine, Knee and Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Davick’s practice includes the care of sports injuries, specifically those of the knee and shoulder.
Matthew DeWall, MDSports Medicine, Knee & Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. DeWall specializes in sports medicine, including knee and hip procedures.
Thomas Dulaney, MDGeneral Orthopedics; Hip and Knee Surgeon
Dr. Dulaney has special interests in joint replacement, sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery and trauma injuries.
Nicholas Honkamp, MDSports Medicine, Knee & Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Honkamp's orthopedic practice specializes in all aspects of shoulder and knee injuries from arthroscopic treatments to joint replacement.
Mark Isaacson, DOHip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Isaacson specializes in various knee, hip, and shoulder care.
Ian Lin, MDGeneral Orthopedics; Sports Medicine, Hip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Lin's practice encompasses most area of general orthopedics, including special interests in joint replacement, arthroscopy and sports medicine as well as trauma care.
Ryan Nielsen, DOOrthopedic Trauma Surgeon
Dr. Nielsen’s practice focuses predominantly on trauma surgery, as well as some general orthopedics and joint replacement surgery.
Kary R. Schulte, MDSports Medicine, Knee & Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Schulte’s practice emphasizes the restorative and replacement care of the knee and shoulder.
Wesley Smidt, MDGeneral Orthopedics; Sports Medicine, Shoulder, Hip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Smidt’s practice encompasses all areas of orthopedics, though he has a special interest in sports medicine, total joint replacements, as well as workers compensation injuries.
Jason Sullivan, MDSports Medicine, Knee, Hip, Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Jason Sullivan performs surgery on the shoulder, knee, hip and elbow. His practice has special focus on restorative surgery for the active patient.
Chris Nelson, DOHip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Chris Nelson's practice focuses on the areas of hip and knee surgeries.
Patrick Sullivan, MDSports Medicine, Knee, Shoulder, Hip Surgeon
Dr. Sullivan's practice focuses on hip, knee and shoulder replacement surgeries.
David Vittetoe, MDHip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Vittetoe's practice focuses on reconstructive surgery of the adult hip and knee.
What are common risks of knee replacements?
The risk of major complications with knee replacement is low. There is a small risk of blood clot, infection, and anesthesia complication. Occasionally, patients have some continued discomfort in the knee after surgery. Speak to your surgeon about concerns.
What is the average age of a total knee replacement candidate?
Age is not a major consideration in a total knee replacement. The severity of the patient’s pain and restriction in activities is the primary consideration.
How do I know if my knee pain is serious?
When to see a doctor:
- Can’t bear weight on your knee or feel as if your knee is unstable (gives out).
- Have marked knee swelling.
- Are unable to fully extend or flex your knee.
- See an obvious deformity in your leg or knee.
- Have a fever, in addition to redness, pain and swelling in your knee.
What can I do to help relieve knee pain?
Do use “RICE.” Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) is good for knee pain caused by a minor injury or an arthritis flare. Give your knee some rest, apply ice to reduce swelling, wear a compression bandage, and keep your knee elevated.
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