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After 18 years of practice with Johnson County Orthopedics in Olathe, KS, I joined Kansas City Bone & Joint February 2018. My primary practice will continue to remain in Olathe serving the local community.   I received both my undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Kansas. I completed my residency training from Boston University, Boston, MA, followed by a fellowship in sports medicine at the Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center, Minneapolis, MN. 

I enjoy offering my expertise in the treatment of sports injuries of the shoulder and knee as well as treatment of minor to advanced degenerative problems of the shoulder and knee, including arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs and knee and shoulder replacements. Over the years, I have served as Head Team Physician for Mid America Nazarene University and Ottawa University.  I also serve as the sports medicine director for high schools in Olathe and the NAIA.   I like to stay current with up to date advancements in sports medicine and am a member of American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS) and American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM).   When not in the office, I lead an active lifestyle, and enjoy spending time with my wife and four children.  

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