Leading Kansas City orthopedic and sports medicine doctors.

HCA Midwest Health offers a team of board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists with experience in diagnosing and treating all types of bone and joint issues.

We have over 25 orthopedic surgery specialists and 10 orthopedic and sports medicine clinic locations throughout metropolitan Kansas City. Our orthopedists offer cutting-edge therapies including 3D printed custom knee implants, robotic-assisted surgery, minimally invasive surgery and the latest non-surgical advances for pain. Our orthopedic specialists have the expertise and experience to restore mobility and help you live a healthier, more active life.

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Bone and joint care

A team of orthopedic surgeons, nurses, rehabilitation therapists and other specially trained and experienced professionals who work with you to create a personalized treatment plan.

Joint replacement

The latest joint replacement techniques and technologies including minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgical options that result in better fit, faster recovery and less pain.

Sports medicine

Direct access to board-certified, fellowship-trained sports medicine doctors and surgeons who work with athletes of all ages and levels – professional and college, high school and youth, and athletes over 40. See what organizations we partner with.

Breaks, sprains and strains

Covering you in every situation from timely care for non-emergency breaks, strains or sprains to orthopedic specialists and fast emergency care for severe fractures and injuries.

Hands and wrists care

Our hand and wrist doctors provide advanced options such as endoscopic carpal tunnel repair, which results in quicker recovery, less post-op pain and fewer complications.

Spine and back care

Our spine surgeons provide innovative non-surgical pain interventions and the latest in advanced surgical procedures to treat spine disorders and back pain.

Elbow and shoulder care

The shoulder surgeons use the latest treatment options such as bio inductive collagen implants which are designed to promote the body's own healing capacity in repairing rotator cuff tears, as well as specialized procedures such as Tommy John surgery.

Rehabilitation services

A team of experts to get you back moving after injury or surgery, or to help you minimize the impacts of arthritis or other conditions.

Meet our orthopedic doctors

Our orthopedic and sports medicine physicians are committed to excellence in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment for conditions impacting your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Watch the video playlist below to help you find a doctor that best meets your needs.

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What is an orthopedic specialist?

Orthopedic doctors specialize in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment for conditions impacting the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. They treat conditions ranging from sprains, strains and fractures to joint replacements to spinal deformities. Some orthopedists are generalists, while others specialize in specific areas of the body, patients of specific age or specific conditions.

What is a sports medicine doctor?

Sports medicine specialists are generally orthopedic surgeons or family medicine physicians with fellowship training in sports medicine. They are experts in the prevention and treatment of injuries that are usually specific to athletes, and partner closely with other sports professionals such as athletic trainers and physical therapists.

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Common orthopedic conditions treated

  • Arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis and other age-related bone and joint issues
  • Back and neck pain and degenerative conditions
  • Foot and ankle injuries and conditions
  • Hand, wrist, shoulder and upper extremity injuries and issues
  • Hip and knee pain
  • Injuries and fractures
  • Joint pain
  • Overuse injuries in young and adult athletes

Common orthopedic procedures

  • Arthroscopic diagnosis and treatment of pain through a small incision (shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy)
  • Minimally invasive and robotic-assisted hip and knee replacements
  • Ultrasound-guided injection therapy, allowing doctors to deliver pain medicine precisely for better pain control
  • Orthopedic surgeries including minimally invasive surgical options for many conditions
  • Surgical sports medicine including ACL surgery, knee arthroscopy, torn meniscus surgery
  • Non-surgical pain interventions and therapy