The Kennedy Center has earned a distinguished reputation for offering life-changing surgical treatment options and improving the quality of life for all patients.
Oshkosh, Wisconsin (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
The Kennedy Center has earned wide recognition for its progressive hip and knee replacement procedures, shoulder surgeries and outstanding care, welcoming patients from all over the country who wish to improve their quality of life. Thanks to this innovative surgical center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin is now one of the top destinations for patients seeking the best treatment available.
Established in 1983, the Kennedy Center has successfully completed more than 20,000 hip, knee and shoulder replacement surgeries on patients of all ages. Every day, world-class surgeons at the Kennedy Center help patients improve their quality of life and address physiological issues associated with pain and impaired mobility. Whether the surgical staff is treating a local resident who needs rotator cuff surgery or a performance athlete who requires knee surgery, the organization's staff members give each patient quality care that ensures the best possible outcome.
The success of the Kennedy Center lies in its structure. Its unique approach and dedicated staff have helped make the center the largest provider of hip and knee replacements in Wisconsin. The facility's Medical Director Jeffrey McLaughlin specializes in total hip replacement and a range of resurfacing procedures. The Taperloc hip replacement system used at the Kennedy Center offers the most successful hip replacement procedure in the world and has never been recalled. Dr. Davis Tsai specializes in hip and knee replacements, shoulder replacement surgery, general orthopedics and sports medicine, including ACL surgeries. Dr. Darin Leetun is nationally recognized for his involvement with Olympic level athletes as he works closely with the USA Women’s Ski Team and USA Under 17 Hockey Team. Dr. Leetun brings this breadth of experience to care for local and regional athletes of all ages.
The Kennedy Center is located in Oshkosh's Mercy Medical Center. This state-of-the-art facility contains surgical suites, rehabilitation practitioners and inpatient services on-site. At the Kennedy Center, patient care extends beyond the operating room. The facility has a dedicated staff of inpatient and outpatient nurses, surgical technologists and surgical nurses who are trained to deliver optimal medical care. With this type of commitment to patients, it's no surprise that the Kennedy Center has earned a distinguished reputation for offering life-changing surgical treatment options and improving the quality of life for all patients.
About The Kennedy Center for the Hip and Knee:
The Kennedy Center offers a wide range of orthopedic options to Wisconsin residents including partial knee replacement, knee ligament surgery and a full range of hip and knee replacement procedures. Located at the Mercy Medical Center, the Kennedy Center is known as a leader in Wisconsin orthopedics and has been an innovative force in the field of knee and hip replacements and other orthopedic surgeries since its founding in 1983. Their expertise in sports medicine and other areas of orthopedics have set the industry standard for Wisconsin orthopedics for over 25 years.