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Orthopedic care

Orthopedists are doctors who take care of the entire musculoskeletal system. They diagnose and treat conditions such sprains, strains, broken bones, arthritis and osteoporosis. Some of the treatments they offer include recommending lifestyle changes, applying casts and performing surgeries, such as ligament repairs or total joint replacements.

Expert orthopedists in Overland Park/Leawood, Kansas

At Menorah Medical Center, we take a comprehensive approach to evaluating, treating and rehabilitating bone and joint conditions and injuries.

Our high–volume and experienced orthopedic surgeons offer advanced technology through robotics to help our patients achieve positive outcomes. Our entire team of experts provides compassionate care to treat patients and lead them to a complete and quick recovery and, in some cases, outpatient surgery for joint replacements.

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Comprehensive orthopedic care

Joint and bone injuries can be painful, discomforting and even disabling. The orthopedic team at Menorah Medical Center provides specialized care and the latest treatment and management options for joint conditions. Our nurse navigator is here to guide patients through their care journey, from pre-surgery education sessions to recovery. Menorah's highly skilled orthopedists work to help relieve discomfort, ease pain and promote healing. We are consistently ranked lower than the national average and one of the lowest in the region regarding infection rates.

Orthopedic conditions we treat

Our orthopedic doctors identify orthopedic conditions and help patients understand them while undergoing individualized care. Some of the common orthopedic conditions we treat include:

  • General bone and joint conditions and injuries, such as:
    • Acute and chronic pain
    • Arthritis
    • Dislocations
    • Fractures
    • Ligament tears
    • Pulled muscles
    • Sprains and strains
    • Sports-related injuries
    • Tumors
  • Foot and ankle conditions, such as:
    • Achilles' tendinitis
    • Cavus foot, or claw foot (high-arched foot)
    • Clubfoot
    • Fallen arches
    • Flatfoot
    • Hammertoe
    • Shin splints
  • Hand and upper extremity conditions, such as:
    • Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
    • Calcific tendonitis of the shoulder
    • Floating shoulder
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Labral tear in the shoulder
    • Rotator cuff tears
  • Spine conditions, such as:
    • Degenerative disc disease
    • Sciatica
    • Spinal stenosis

Spine care

Our spine care program is made up of expert providers who specialize in orthopedic and neurological care. We use the latest technology to safely treat the full spectrum of spinal issues, from chronic pain to degenerative spinal disorders and injuries.

Hand and upper extremity care

Our hand and upper extremity program is dedicated to helping patients get back to their regular activities and the hobbies they enjoy. To do this, our expert providers offer comprehensive orthopedic services for injuries to the finger, hand, wrist, arm, elbow, shoulder and collarbone.

Foot and ankle care

We offer a full range of orthopedic services, including foot and ankle care. Our team of experts understands that returning to daily activities is important to our patients' quality of life. That's why we use advanced technology and procedures to effectively diagnose and treat foot and ankle injuries and conditions.

Our orthopedic treatments

We offer a wide range of surgical and noninvasive orthopedic treatment options, including:

  • 24/7 emergency care for fractures and other severe injuries
  • Joint replacement surgery, including:
  • Ligament repair
  • Microvascular procedures for nerve repair
  • Minimally invasive and laparoscopic procedures
  • Noninvasive treatments, including physical therapy and pain management
  • Revision surgery
  • Shoulder surgeries, such as:
    • Rotator cuff repair
    • Shoulder separation surgery
    • Shoulder dislocation procedures
    • Frozen shoulder surgery
  • Spine surgery
  • Surgery for tendonitis, arthritis, bursitis or loose or torn cartilage
  • Tumor removal


Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that involves a small camera system and instruments to visualize a joint. Our orthopedic surgeons commonly use this procedure while treating knee and shoulder conditions. Arthroscopy is usually performed on an outpatient basis.

Joint replacement surgery

In severe cases or when all other treatment options have been considered, your doctor may recommend joint replacement surgery. We offer several joint replacement procedures to help with chronic joint injuries and arthritis.

Our hip and knee replacement surgeries have earned us The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval. Our expert orthopedic surgeons use the latest joint replacement techniques and technology, including minimally invasive and robot-assisted surgical options. With this cutting-edge technology, joint replacements are more customized, require less recovery time and often produce better results.

Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery

We use a range of advanced technologies to provide minimally invasive knee replacement surgery. We offer robot-assisted knee replacements with 2D and 3D preoperative planning.

Our computer-assisted tools allow precise alignment and rotation of hip and knee implants. We also use sensor-assisted knee replacement technology to help ensure the knee is appropriately balanced.

Our hospital is a leader in joint replacements and on the leading edge of knee replacement procedures with our robotic-arm assisted surgery system that is available for our surgeons.

When using this system, our surgeons can personalize a knee replacement plan based on the patient's unique anatomy. During the procedure, the surgeon will guide the robotic arm to a predetermined surgical area, the surgical system ensures the robotic arm remains within the surgical space, reducing the potential for error. Once in the correct position, the surgeon will control the robotic arm while placing and aligning the implant with increased accuracy.

This system at Menorah also utilizes a downloadable app for notifications, pre- and post-surgery. Additionally, the system can use a smart knee implant for patients who are candidates for the technology. The implant works in combination with in-person visits and can connect the patient with their care team 24/7, to help with a more informed recovery. It gathers information about the patient's new knee after surgery such as range of motion, step count, cadence, average walking speed, etc., and sends the data directly to the care team via the aforementioned app.

Anterior approach hip replacement surgery

We offer minimally invasive hip replacement surgery using the anterior approach. With this method, the orthopedic surgeon accesses the hip joint through a small incision on the front of the hip. This approach does not displace muscle tissue, resulting in smaller scars and shorter recovery times than traditional hip replacement surgery.

Presurgical and postsurgical care

If joint replacement surgery is recommended, we provide a full continuum of care that includes:

  • A pre-surgery class where the patient and caregiver learn about the procedure, what precautionary measures to take and the discharge process
  • Nurse specialists who guide patients throughout their surgical journey and answer any questions they have
  • Rehabilitation specialists who offer services and education while patients are in the hospital and after surgery

Sports medicine

Our sports medicine program is made up of clinical specialists, athletic trainers and physical therapists who offer specialty assessments, quality treatments and comprehensive rehabilitation for sports- and exercise-related injuries. We are also actively involved in educating all types of athletes, family members, coaches and caregivers about injury prevention and recognition.

Videos about our orthopedic care services

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Joint Replacement Video 1: Preparing for Surgery

Menorah Medical Center Orthopedics Coordinator, Charity Rice, RN, shares information about thing patients will need to do to prepare for surgery.

Our Orthopedic care Locations

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Menorah Medical Center
5721 W 119th St
Overland Park, KS 66209
 (913) 498 - 6000

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Menorah Medical Center
5721 W 119th St
Overland Park, KS 66209
 (913) 498 - 6000
Overland Park Regional Medical Center
10500 Quivira Rd
Overland Park, KS 66215
 (913) 541 - 5000

4.4 miles

Research Medical Center - Brookside Campus
6675 Holmes Road
Kansas City, MO 64131
 (816) 276 - 7000

7.8 miles