Groundbreaking Knee Cartilage Regeneration Treatments

Chronic knee pain can have lots of different causes, but the most common cause is damaged cartilage. Knee cartilage forms a thick, slick barrier to wear and tear inside the knee joint. When cartilage is healthy, your knees move effortlessly, without stiffness or painful friction. But if cartilage is worn or damaged, every step you…. read more

AC Joint Arthritis Surgery – From Consultation to Treatment

Arthritis is one of the most common causes of joint pain among both women and men. While it tends to be more common as we age, arthritis can affect younger people too — especially athletes and other people who use their joints a lot. Millions of people suffer from shoulder arthritis, with symptoms ranging from…. read more

Hamstring Tendon Tear or Strain?

When most of us think of sports injuries, knee or shoulder injuries are probably the first things that come to mind. And while injuries in both these areas certainly aren’t rare, they aren’t the most common. That distinction belongs to the hamstrings, the three large muscles located in the back of your thigh. Most hamstring…. read more

Why Every Athlete Needs a Sports Medicine Specialist

Every year in the U.S., more than 210 million people — kids and adults — take part in some sort of sport or organized physical activity. And every year, millions of those athletes are injured while playing their sport. In fact, the CDC says about 9 million sports-related injuries are reported each year among athletes…. read more

Articular Cartilage & Knee Pain In Focus

Your joints play an important role in your everyday life, helping you stand, sit, walk and do lots of other common (and not-so-common) tasks. When your joints are healthy, they bend and move without a second thought. But when they’re damaged, even the slightest movement can be painful. Lots of factors contribute to healthy joint…. read more

Vail Hip Symposium Feature Dr. Van Thiel

Dr. Van Thiel was recently selected as a featured presenter and surgical instructor at the Vail Hip Symposium in January (2020). It’s a great honor to be selected to present at such a prestigious meeting for hip arthroscopy alongside industry leaders like Thomas Byrd, Marc Philippon, and Richard Villar. read more below… The Smith &…. read more

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Patient Stories

Life changing patient stories

Read about Jack a multi-sport athlete, who suffered from a multi-ligament tear in his knee. Read about Abigail who fell and tore her Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). Life changing stories of patients healed by Dr. Geoffrey Van Thiel.

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