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KNEE

The knee is the largest joint in the body and is very vulnerable to injury. The joint consists of the lower end of the thigh bone (femur), the upper end of the shinbone (tibia), and the kneecap (patella) held together by large ligaments. A meniscus (cartilage pad) provides cushioning between the bones and absorbs shock during motion. Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament, the medial collateral ligament and the meniscus are common in athletes. Learn More.

Many of our providers at OPA have extensive knee expertise and offer the latest treatment options ranging from non-surgical care to minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery to total knee replacement and revisions. 

Knee Specialists:

 Robert J. Hall, M.D.     

 Christopher J. Manion, M.D.    

 Timothy Kavanaugh, M.D.    

  Eugene M. Chang, M.D.

 Mark E. Flanum, M.D.  
  

Elisha T. Powell, M.D.


 Jeffery S. Moore, M.D.  Tucker Drury, M.D.
 Greg Schweiger, M.D.  Deryk Anderson, D.O.
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