Knee doctors and surgeons are orthopedic and medical specialists who have developed skills, knowledge, and expertise regarding the knee. They have gained a unique understanding of the function of the knee joint, including the kneecap, as well as the bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, muscles, and other tissues. For knee pain and limitation caused by sports injuries, sports medicine specialists can offer comprehensive knee care and injury prevention to help keep you in the game. Knee doctors' depth and breadth of knowledge about the knee allows them to treat patients with any knee injury or condition, providing any surgical or nonsurgical care required.
With extensive training and experience in the anatomy of the knee as well as orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, reconstructive knee surgery, knee replacement, and nonsurgical knee care, our team of knee specialists at Advanced Orthopedics of Oklahoma will understand every aspect of your knee condition and help you heal, recover, and advance. This can include nonsurgical orthopedic treatments, arthroscopy, total knee replacement, minimally invasive knee procedures, and comprehensive rehabilitation programs.
Our specialized knee care team includes fellowship-trained sports medicine specialists Dr. Bradford Boone, Dr. Wendy Emerson, Dr. Jeff Fox, Dr. Steven Hardage, Dr. Bradley Lawson, Dr. Jay Lorton, Dr. David Nonweiler, Dr. Scott Rahhal, and Dr. Blake Shockley. Our additional orthopedic knee doctors include fellowship-trained knee and hip joint replacement surgeons Dr. Christopher Browne, Dr. Sarat Kunapuli, and Dr. Ronald LaButti as well as board-certified orthopedic surgeons Dr. Bryan Hawkins, Dr. Robert Marsh, and Dr. R. Clio Robertson.
Take note if you have any of these symptoms related to the knee joint or hip. If so, schedule an appointment with one of our specialty-trained doctors or surgeons and get the treatment you need for your knee problem.
After an exam, your doctor may diagnose you with one of these knee injuries or conditions:
When a patient first notices pain, it’s common to wait to see if it will go away. However, pain may not improve, and some knee injuries should be treated immediately, like fractures. It’s important not to wait too long if you believe you have any type of orthopedic problem.
Our knee specialists provide the expert care a patient needs, including medication, X-rays and MRIs, physical therapy, home exercise and injury prevention programs, or surgery, such as knee replacement. Advanced nonsurgical treatment options include platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell injections, ultrasound-guided injections, and steroid injections for the knee joint as well as bracing. Our doctors and surgeons are also trained in hip treatment and can offer expert care for knee and hip pain related to any hip injury or condition.
If knee surgery is the treatment your doctor recommends, your orthopedic knee surgeon, backed by our entire knee treatment team, can expertly perform the surgery using our state-of-the-art equipment. Our surgeons offer the full range of knee surgeries, from joint replacement such as partial and total knee replacement to minimally invasive surgeries to help patients with knee injuries related to sports medicine, including:
Our knee doctors and all of our dedicated orthopedic physicians at Advanced Orthopedics of Oklahoma go beyond simply delivering medical services. They are healthcare professionals who listen to your concerns, expertly answer your questions, and have dedicated their practices to helping people like you move forward and experience less pain and a better quality of life.
We know you want the best doctor to assess and treat your knee pain. Rest assured, our specialized, experienced knee doctors will apply their high-level skills and knowledge to your knee care needs.
We are available to see you at multiple locations throughout the region:
For urgent needs, like sports-related injuries, walk in without an appointment at our Advanced Orthopedics Urgent Care, Monday – Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – noon.
If you are ready to find a solution for your knee pain, schedule an appointment by calling (918) 494-AOOK (2665) or use the button below to request an appointment online.