St. Louis Magazine Best Doctors
Leadership pictured, front row, from left: Jeffrey Johnson, MD; Jacob Buchowski, MD, MS; Anna N. Miller, MD, FACS; Regis O’Keefe, MD, PhD, (Department Chair); Rick Wright, MD; John Clohisy, MD; Heidi Prather, DO. Back row: Douglas McDonald, MD, MS; Charles Goldfarb, MD; Martin Boyer, MD, FRCS(C); Matthew Matava, MD; Jay Keener, MD
EXPERT CARE FOR ALL AGES
Consistently ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report, Washington University orthopedic specialists combine the best in inpatient treatment, outpatient care and rehabilitation for your entire family.
Whether you are suffering from a sports injury, degenerative arthritis or a musculoskeletal condition, Washington University orthopedic specialists provide care for all orthopedic conditions.
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NATIONAL LEADERS IN MEDICINE
These physicians are leaders in their field—engaged in discovering, understanding and shaping the future of orthopedic care. View the interactive PDF below, or read these articles for more information on the types of innovative research efforts our faculty are leading.
With more than 70 providers at eight locations across the St. Louis area, Washington University orthopedic specialists have subspecialized training in the treatment of the whole body, including: foot; ankle and lower leg; hand; wrist and microsurgery; joint preservation and replacement (hip and knee); musculoskeletal oncology; pediatric and adolescent orthopedic surgery; physical medicine and rehabilitation (physiatry); shoulder and elbow; spine; sports medicine; and injuries resulting from trauma.
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NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY AT ORTHOPEDIC INJURY CLINIC
The Barnes-Jewish and Washington University Orthopedic Injury Clinic is now available at two locations: South County at I-55 and Butler Hill Road, and Chesterfield at I-64 and Timberlake Manor Parkway. Hours are Monday–Thursday, 12–8 p.m.; Friday 12–6 p.m.; and Saturday, 8 a.m.–12 p.m. (Chesterfield location only). The walk-in injury clinic treats sprains, strains, fractures and sports-related injuries in patients ages 5 and above.