Get Your Life Back.

Whether you are suffering from chronic joint pain, a sports injury, traumatic injury or any other musculoskeletal condition, our orthopedic specialists provide a full range of advanced orthopedic care to meet your needs.


Our orthopedic and sports medicine specialists are focused on providing the latest surgical and non-surgical treatments, excellent outcomes and high levels of patient satisfaction.

Our goal is to help patients reclaim the quality of life they enjoyed prior to the onset of pain, disease or injury. Our dedicated team of surgeons, physician assistants, certified nurses, athletic trainers, therapists and other caregivers coordinate care to ensure the best possible outcome.

Learn more about all of our orthopedic services and specialties.

Sports Medicine

Olathe Health is a leader in advanced treatments for patients with sports-related injuries. From surgical sports medicine expertise to innovative therapy and athletic injury rehabilitation, our sports medicine physicians and specialists provide the most comprehensive treatment for athletic injuries. We also offer ImPACT Concussion Testing for student-athletes.

Our sports medicine patients range from professional athletes to high school and college athletes to those who enjoy active lifestyles. All of our patients want the best possible outcomes and recovery from sports injuries.

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Rehabilitation and Imaging

Rehabilitation and imaging are very important parts of our orthopedic and sports medicine programs. We offer a wide range of physical therapy, occupational therapy and specialty therapies for children and adults. Before any condition can be successfully treated, we use state-of-the-art imaging services, such as MRIs and CT scans, to accurately diagnose our patients.

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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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