Olathe Health Blog

Tag: Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

  1. Dennis Ward and Dr. Bagby

    Rotator Cuff Repair Alleviates Chronic Shoulder Pain

    As a former roofer, Dennis Ward is used to feeling some aches and pains in his body. But when a recurring pain in his left shoulder wouldn't go away, he decided it was time to do something about it.

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  2. Steve Coons walking Duke

    Moving Forward After a Total Hip Replacement

    Hip pain and joint replacement surgery were pretty familiar to Steve Coons, even before his own hip started bothering him. He’d watched his father and his brother have hip replacement surgeries, so when Steve’s pain grew so unbearable that it began to disrupt his daily activities and sleep, he knew it was time to talk to the doctor.

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  3. Christopher Bagby, MD

    Meet Our New Orthopedic Specialist

    Christopher Bagby, MD, an orthopedic and sports medicine specialist, has joined Johnson County Orthopedics & Sports Medicine – Paola and is accepting new patients! Dr. Bagby treats everything from sports injuries to chronic joint pain.

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  4. Caroline Trammel and her orthopedic surgeon Dr. Todd Smith

    Caroline's Complicated Ankle Repair

    A slip on black ice led to ankle surgery for Caroline Trammel. The surgery was further complicated by an ankle reconstruction from 40 years prior. How Dr. Smith was able to rebuild her ankle.

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  5. Darlene Miller and her daughter Katharyne

    Handling Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Darlene's Story

    Darlene Miller, 79, began experiencing pain and numbness in her hands due to carpal tunnel syndrome, sometimes so bad that she couldn't even hold half a cup of coffee. Orthopedic surgeon Christopher Eckland, DO, was able to help her regain full use of her hands.

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  6. A couple riding bikes

    Cara's Knee Replacement Gives Her a New Spring in Her Step

    Cara Coffelt has a lot to celebrate. She recently retired after a 28-year career at Tri-Ko, Inc., a day and residential care facility for individuals
 with intellectual and developmental disabilities. And, thanks to a recent knee replacement surgery, she is looking forward to living an active retirement with less pain.

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