Mercy Clinic Orthopedics - Galena

Doctor's Office
444 Four States Drive, Suite 1A
Galena, KS 66739


Phone: (877) 783-4441
Fax: (620) 783-4444
Hours:
By appointment only. Please call to schedule.

Orthopedic, Spine & Sports Medicine

When an injury or joint pain keeps you from the activities you love, it’s time to visit an orthopedic doctor. Our team of fellowship-trained, board-certified surgeons and orthopedic specialists in Galena, Kansas, treats patients across the four-states area. We focus on eliminating discomfort caused by injuries and disorders of the bones, spine and joints. You’ll be treated at our a full-service and easy-to-access orthopedic facility with state-of-the-art equipment.

Orthopedic Surgery

Our neck-to-toe surgical care includes joint replacement and revision, arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, and surgeries of the rotator cuff, spine, shoulder, hand, wrist, elbow, hip, knee, ankle and foot. We treat patients of all ages, from teens to seniors.

As a Mercy patient, you’ll have access to MyMercy – a free online tool and app that allows you to connect with your care team and manage your health.

Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections use your own blood to promote natural healing. Your blood platelets are isolated into a serum that helps jumpstart natural stem cell growth, so you can heal faster.

Professional athletes use PRP injections to help heal injured muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones. Beyond sports injuries, PRP is used to treat fractures, osteoarthritis, surgical wounds and other conditions.

Iovera® Treatment

Iovera is a non-opioid nerve block treatment performed a week to two weeks before surgical procedures.

Iovera therapy uses cold therapy to temporarily disrupt the nerves from sending pain signals. Using a handheld device and an ultrasound to guide them, doctors target the nerves with small needles and liquid nitrous oxide. A portion of the nerve is degenerated, and the pain signal can’t make its way through until the nerve regenerates several weeks later. This helps patients tolerate physical therapy quicker, hit range of motion goals quicker, and requires less narcotic pain medicine following surgery.

Meet Our Team