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Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic, a division of Signature Medical Group of K.C., P.A., has three convenient clinic locations throughout the KC Metro area. Each clinic location is equipped with the amenities to provide a comprehensive office visit, including radiology, cast and splint application, and surgery scheduling.
Meet Our Physicians
All of the physicians with Kansas City Bone & Joint are board certified. Many are specialty trained and hold additional certifications.
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Back in Action
Our patients at Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic are very important to us. Here are some great stories from a few of our patients on how they got ‘Back in Action’.
“I got my life back. I can walk, I can ride my bike, i’m in the wellness program at work. Every Wednesday I play sand volleyball and I play golf twice a week.”
A Total Knee Replacement And Still Active As Ever, If Not More Dr. Robert Bruce performed a total knee replacement on Michelle. She had great results.
“I want people to know, don’t put it off. I have the feeling back in my fingers. I don’t have any fire burning. You can’t even see where he worked on me.”
Dr. Walker patient undergoes bilateral carpal tunnel surgery Dr.Walker was able to get this cartoonist back to doing what he loves.
“I know Dr. Samuelson would not do surgery if it was not absolutely necessary. That’s a thing I think between patient and surgeon. I mean, you essentially place your life in their hand and that would be difficult to do if you did not have total trust. Which I do, with Dr. Samuelson.”
400 Miles won’t keep Beth from her Doctor- Dr. Samuelson patient