Dr. Devon Goetz talks Robotic Assisted Partial-Knee Replacement
Devon Goetz, M.D.
Hip & Knee Surgeon
Hip & Knee Surgeon
Dr. Devon Goetz completed his fellowship training in hip and knee reconstruction at the Harvard University Massachusetts General Hospital, which is considered by many to be the leading joint replacement center in the nation.
Dr. Goetz, a native of Creston, IA, returned to his home state and joined DMOS in 1993. During his time with DMOS, Dr. Goetz has developed a very active joint replacement practice, including the more difficult revision surgeries of the hip and knee. Dr. Goetz keeps very current on new, innovative procedures, having published over one hundred scientific papers on hip and knee joint replacements.
With Dr. Goetz’s extensive experience and specialty training in complex hip and knee surgery, he provides expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of orthopedic conditions including:
- Direct Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery
- Hip & Knee Replacement
- Robotic-Assisted Mako Partial Knee Replacement
- Arthroscopy of the Knee
- Revision Total Hip & Knee Replacement
- PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma
- Stem Cells
- Autologous Protein Injections
- Ultrasound Guided Injections
Outside of practice, Dr. Goetz enjoys family activities and vacations, as well as golf and fitness training.
- Medical Education: University of Iowa; M.D., 1984-1987, Iowa City, IA
- AOA Academic Honor Society
- Orthopaedic Residency: University of Iowa, 1987-1992, Iowa City, IA
- Fellowship Training: Hip and Knee Reconstruction, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1993, Boston, MA
- Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Iowa Orthopaedic Society, President, 2005-2006, Current Member
- Society for Arthritic Joint Surgery, President – 2015
- Clinical Associate Professor, University of Iowa, Department of Orthopaedics
- DSM Magazine – “Top Doctor” Award – 2008, 2013
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, Member