Top Orthopedic Surgeons in St. Paul, MN

Looking for an Orthopedic surgeon that you can trust is a daunting task. You do not want to chance that the person you are going to for ankle, knee, hip, or even spinal surgery may not be among the best in their field. Though this is a decision you have to make for yourself after meeting the orthopedic surgeons in person we are giving you a good start. Hopefully an end to your frustration even.

Orthopedic surgery is becoming ever more common as advancements allow for better hip and knee replacements which of course makes the demand for orthopedic surgeons higher. Find the best ones in St. Paul MN so you can find the surgeon that is right for you and your needs. Something as important as a hip replacement or any other orthopedic surgery, can't be left to chance and all the time spent researching surgeons around can take up an awful lot of time. So here are the top orthopedic surgeons we have chosen in St. Paul MN.

  • Dr. Robert Anderson

    Dr. Robert Anderson

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. Robert Anderson is a well-known hand and upper extremity specialist who is currently in practice with Summit Orthopedics. He usually treats gamut of sports injuries to trauma, tendonitis, aches and pains, work-related injuries, and even carpal tunnel syndrome.

  • Dr. Tracy Rupke

    Dr. Tracy Rupke

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. Tracy Rupke specializes in Arthroscopic Surgery, Sports Medicine, and in treating disorders of the foot, ankle, and knee. She is also well-known for being double fellowship trained in sports medicine and foot and ankle surgery. Dr. Rupke graduated from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada.

  • Tilok Ghose, MD

    Tilok Ghose, MD

    Bloomington, MN

    Dr. Tilok Ghose graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine and is currently in practice at the Aspen Medical Group. He is a member of the America Medical Association and the American Academy Orthopedic Surgery as well. Dr. Tilok Ghose completed his Fellowship in Total Joint Replacement/Upper Extremity at the University of Toronto.

  •  Angela Voight, M.D.

    Angela Voight, M.D.

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. Angela Voight is a sports medicine specialist at Summit Orthopedics who also currently serves as the medical director for the Women’s Half Marathon. Dr. Voight also focuses her practice on the treatment of shoulder, knees, ankle, foot, and running injuries.

  • Peter A. Cole, MD

    Peter A. Cole, MD

    Duluth, MN

    Dr. Peter Cole attended medical school at the University of Miami School of Medicine and is currently in practice at Regions Hospital. He specializes in surgery of complex joint injuries, bone malunions, and pelvic ring injuries.

  • Joel L. Boyd, MD

    Joel L. Boyd, MD

    Duluth, MN

    Dr. Joel Boyd is a proud member of the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America. He completed hid MD degree from the Temple University in 1984 and his Internship in Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in 1985.

  • James Gage, M.D.

    James Gage, M.D.

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. James Gage is widely-recognized for being among the first to adopt a multidisciplinary team approach to treating children who have cerebral palsy. He is a well-known pediatric orthopedic surgeon who attended Northwestern University Medical School.

  • Sarah A. Anderson, MD

    Sarah A. Anderson, MD

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. Sarah Anderson specializes in performing orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery procedures. She graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 2002 and completed her Fellowship in Foot and Ankle Surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine in 2008.

  • Stephen England, M.D.

    Stephen England, M.D.

    St. Paul, MN

    Dr. Stephen England is a pediatric orthopedic surgeon who focuses his practice on providing treatment to children and adolescents who have developmental dysplasia of the hip and cerebral palsy. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Orthopaedic Association as well.

  • Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

    Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

    We actually don't advise stinging like a bee since they die after they sting someone once, instead, sting like a wasp. The point is, we are in search of the best but we are picky and not ready to settle for anyone we don't consider to be the top in their field! If you have a suggestion of someone you think should be on this list, please let us know.

 

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