Our highly knowledgeable and experienced staff of physicians and orthopedic surgeons work together to ensure that your treatment will be comprehensive and effective. We are proud members of the Northern Michigan community, and go to great lengths to care for our patients.


We offer cutting-edge diagnosis and treatment of all athletic injuries and reconstructive surgery at our state-of-the-art facility, designed to care for competitive athletes at all levels, as well as individuals looking to improve their everyday health.


Our goal is to not just get our patients feeling better, but to help each individual achieve the highest possible level of post-treatment function so they can get back to playing hard.


We operate with small-town care and big city expertise.
At Traverse City Orthopedics, we take pride in our expertise and customer care. Our patients see the physician that treated them. We are involved and take pride in our community, and that is reflected in the way we treat our patients. From visiting with a patient and his family at Peegeo’s about the patients successful recovery and his upcoming football season, to providing physician accessibility in our office, we truly care for our patients.

From the weekend warrior, to the serious athlete, we provide expert care to each patient individually, to ensure they can continue to do what they love comfortably and safely.

common treatment areas


These three bones make up a “ball-and-socket” joint that is held in place by muscles, ligaments and tendons. The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body, allowing for a wide range of motion, but because of that, it is a common source of injury and instability.

Learn about Shoulder procedures here.


The elbow is the hinge-joint of the arm where the humerus (upper arm bone) and the radius and ulna (forearm bones) are connected.
Learn about Elbow procedures here.


Hand surgery is a specialized type of procedure that may be performed for both medical and cosmetic purposes to treat a wide variety of ailments, injuries and imperfections that cause pain or affect appearance.

Learn about Hand procedures here.


The hip is a “ball-and-socket” joint, where the “ball” at the top of the femur (thigh bone) fits inside the “socket” of the acetabulum (pelvis).
Learn about Hip procedures here.


The strongest and largest joint in the human body, the knee allows the leg to bend and straighten, while at the same time carrying almost all of the weight of an individual when they are standing, walking or running.
Learn about Knee procedures here.


Your feet and ankles are the most used and abused parts of your body. But you don’t have to be stopped by injuries, malformations, or other debilitating ailments.
Learn about Foot and Ankle procedures here.