Experience Excellence at the Region’s Most Preferred Orthopedic Practice
At Advanced Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, our specialty-trained knee doctors are dedicated leaders who are committed to providing excellence in orthopedic care that is focused on you.
As some of the most highly respected knee doctors and surgeons in the region, our specialists, Dr. Charles Milem, Dr. Keith Moore, Dr. William Martin, Dr. Joseph L. Polio, Dr. Geoffrey Hulse, and Dr. William P. Polio are committed to providing outstanding, patient-centered care to each of our patients. With years of experience and training, our knee doctors excel in thoroughly and accurately assessing, diagnosing, and treating knee injuries and conditions, including cartilage damage, ligament injuries, and meniscal tears. They also offer a wide array of traditional treatment methods as well as state-of-the-art knee surgeries, such as arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, total knee replacement, and partial knee replacement.
No matter what knee injury or condition is keeping you from enjoying an active life, you can count on our knee specialists to provide the compassionate, individualized care you need to get back to enjoying the activities you love.
When to See a Knee Specialist
If you have been experiencing any of the following signs or symptoms for more than a few days, we recommend that you schedule an appointment with one of our knee doctors.
- Hip pain in addition to knee pain
- Inflammation near your patella (kneecap)
- Joint instability
- Loud popping sounds or sensations
- Pain when moving your knee joint
- Swelling around your knee joint
Our specialty-trained knee doctors will work with you to diagnose your knee problem and then design a treatment plan specifically for you. Orthopedic knee conditions and injuries that our knee doctors see include:
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
- Cartilage injuries
- Ligament injuries
- Meniscus tears
- Osgood-Schlatter disease
- Patellar tendon tears
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injuries
- Shin splints
- Sports-related injuries
- Types of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis