If you've had a hip or knee replaced, you are probably worried about going through airport security. We'll show you the one thing to do.
Peoria, Illinois (March 28, 2019)—Patrick O’Leary, M.D., adult and pediatric spine surgeon with Midwest Orthopaedic Center, is the region’s first physician to offer minimally invasive spinal surgery using the latest robotic technology.
Midwest Orthopaedic Center is proud to be the 2018 Viewers’ Choice for Orthopaedic Services and Physical Therapy. TV viewers throughout Central Illinois named Midwest Orthopaedic Center and Midwest Ortho First #1 when it comes to care for their bones, muscles and joints. Thank you to everyone for choosing Midwest Orthopaedic Center!
Jordan Borders of WHOI-19’s Good Company visited Midwest Orthopaedic Center to learn more about how downstate Illinois’s largest orthopedic clinic is helping to improve the health of our community. Dr. Patrick O’Leary and Dr. Luke Luetkemeyer joined Jordan for a look at our state-of-the-art Peoria facility and answer questions about orthopedic care.
by Adam Colen, D.O., Sports Medicine Specialist
Tennis elbow. Golfer’s elbow. Jumper’s knee. They’re all forms of tendinitis—inflammation or irritation of a tendon (one of the thick cords that attach your bone to muscle). And whatever the name, the result is the same: pain or tenderness around a joint, including your elbows, shoulders and knees.
Dr. Brad Roberts is one of our outstanding physicians featured in TV commercials recognizing Midwest Orthopaedic Center as a 2016 Viewers’ Choice Award Winner.
Luke Luetkemeyer, MD, is one of our outstanding physicians featured in TV commercials recognizing Midwest Orthopaedic Center as a 2016 Viewers’ Choice Award Winner.
Peoria, Illinois (June 6, 2016) - Luke Luetkemeyer, M.D., orthopaedic surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedic Center, will present a free informational seminar on joint replacement on Thursday, June 16, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. at the Park Court Conference Center in Pekin Hospital.
By Robbye Bell, M.D.
Balloon kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat painful compression fractures in the spine. These fractures are most commonly the result of osteoporosis. When osteoporosis causes the bones in the spine (vertebrae) to weaken, they can collapse or compress from even routine movements of daily living. Compression fractures can also be caused by cancer damage or traumatic injury. While most compression fractures heal on their own, some can lead to a loss of height, hunched posture and chronic pain.
By Adam Colen, D.O.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a new treatment that uses your body’s natural healing properties to promote the repair of chronic and acute tendon and ligament injuries. Many elite professional and college athletes have used PRP therapy to help them heal so they can return to play.