Dr. Hawkins practices general orthopedics with a focus on lower extremity problems. He sub-specializes in problems of the foot and ankle. This includes traumatic problems, sports related problems and reconstructive issues such as hip and knee replacment.
Dr. Sisler specializes in physiatry, a field that is a combination of physical medicine and rehabilitation. As one of the physicians on Central States' medical staff who is not a surgeon, Dr. Sisler provides non-surgical evaluation and treatment solutions. These include sports injuries, work injuries, degenerative conditions such as arthritis, neck and low back pain.
Dr. Glaser specializes in primary care sports medicine, which entails covering sports events ranging from mass participation events to high school football games as well as managing non-surgical musculoskeletal problems in the office. Dr. Glaser can provide specific services such as osteopathic manipulative therapy, static bicycle fits, and viscosupplementation. He also offers ImPact testing and concussion management, muskuloskeletal ultrasound, platlet-rich plasma injections and lumbar spinal injections. Dr. Glaser has his Certified Added Qualifications (CAQ) in Sports Medicine.
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Dr. Wong is interested in all aspects of upper extremity care, including hand, elbow and neurological problems. Dr. Wong's practice includes the diagnosis of sports and work-related injuries, as well as degenerative problems such as arthritis. Dr. Wong has written numerous papers dealing with various aspects of hand surgery. He has also given presentations to professional societies, national meetings, and local businesses. He has worked closely with Workers' Compensation issues, serving as a member of the Workers' Compensation/OSMA Liaison Committee in 1992, and as vice president of the Physicians Advisory Committee to the Workers' Compensation Court in 1994-95. He has been a member of the Ethics Committee of the Tulsa County Medical Society. Dr. Wong has served on the Medical Executive Committee of the Orthopedic Hospital of Oklahoma and has been a long-time member of his practice's Executive Committee. He also currently serves on the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Admissions Board.
My goal is friendly compassionate treatment. Dr. Robertson's special interests are Total joint arthroplasty, arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and hip, spinal disorders, general orthopedics and sports medicine. Dr. Robertson also offers MAKOplasty partial knee replacement.
Dr. Nonweiler is a clinical instructor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa. He speaks to many groups on topics related to orthopedics. He sub-specializes in reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder, including joint replacements, arthroscopy and sports medicine. Dr. Nonweiler also offers MAKOplasty partial knee replacement.
Dr. Morris has served as an orthopedic surgeon at Tulsa Regional Medical Center since 1997. He has multiple Academic Appointments including being Program Director for Orthopedic Residency Education at Oklahoma State University Medical Center. Dr. Morris is Board Certified in Orthopedics and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions and injuries of the upper and lower extremities and has given lectures on this topic and others to many different organizations around the United States.
General Orthopedics, Fractures, Sports and Adult Reconstructive Surgery (Joint Replacement), Arthroscopic Surgery of the Hip, Shoulders and Knees
Dr. Inhofe has attended numerous courses and conferences, and has delivered many presentations to various groups. He sub-specializes in disorders of the hand including arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery. He also is interested in microsurgery of the hand in trauma.