Our physicians have specialty experience in the treatment of hip, shoulder and knee replacements and post-surgical rehabilitation.
Additionally, Cheyenne Regional orthopedic nurse care managers/navigators support total joint patients from their first “Joint Education” class, to their first day of surgery, all the way through the 90 days post-discharge.
In our “Patient Guidebook for Joint Replacement,” we’ve provided all of the information necessary to actively participate in your care and have the knowledge to safely care for your new joint. To download the guide, click here.
Our bodies are designed to move—to jump, run, rotate and bend.
At Cheyenne Regional, our orthopedic sports medicine team provides diagnosis and treatment of the complete musculoskeletal system—bones, muscles, joints, tissue, back, neck, ligaments and tendons—to help our patients get back to their busy, active lifestyles.
When a sports injury occurs, it’s important to quickly seek the proper treatment. To ensure the best possible recovery, athletes, coaches and parents must follow safe guidelines for returning to the game. If you are an athlete or fitness enthusiast, it’s imperative that close attention is paid to the body’s warning signs.
We recommend consulting with a Cheyenne Regional orthopedist for treatment of injuries related to the soft tissue and bone. The extent of treatment will depend upon the severity of the injury, and may include a combination of physical therapy, strengthening exercises and bracing. In addition to treating the problem, our orthopedic team can develop a program of exercise and rehabilitation that will ultimately heal and restore functionality.
Hear Isaac’s story
A ruptured Achilles tendon brought Isaac to Wyoming Orthopedic and Sports Medicine. Today, Isaac credits the care and attention of surgeon Dr. Jonathan Knott and his physical therapy team for his ability to make a full recovery—and be back at the level and intensity of activity he enjoyed prior to his injury.