Adult Reconstruction

Our surgeons offer minimally invasive and traditional procedures for painful and debilitating joint conditions caused or aggravated by arthritis or other chronic conditions, injury, or infection. We specialize in knee and hip replacement, using the latest devices and techniques. 

Our multi-disciplinary joint team includes orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, rehabilitation medicine specialists, orthopaedic nurses, musculoskeletal radiologists, and therapists.

After an initial comprehensive evaluation, the team designs a treatment plan with options specially suited to the patient’s needs. Non-surgical interventions to ease symptoms are the first step. If non-surgical treatments prove ineffective, joint replacement surgery is the next option. We use minimally invasive joint reconstruction techniques that allow patients to return more quickly to an active life. New materials used in joint reconstruction promise long-term benefits.

Faculty

A photo of Benjamin Frye.

Benjamin Frye, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor; Director, Adult Reconstruction Fellowship, Orthopaedics, Clinical Faculty, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-285-7444
A photo of Matthew Dietz.

Matthew Dietz, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-285-7444
A photo of Adam Klein.

Adam Klein, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-293-1020
A photo of Brock Lindsey.

Brock Lindsey, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-293-1317
A photo of T. Ryan Murphy.

T. Ryan Murphy, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-285-7444