Dr. Schopp’s Orthopedics
Dr. Schopp is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and can help with a wide range of orthopedic issues. He specializes in helping patients in rural communities. Helping people get back to their daily actives quickly is his specialty. Dr. Schopp has been practicing orthopedics for over 15 years since he graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in 1998 and with KCHS since 2017.
Some of the common issues orthopedic care can help with includes:
- Numbness and tingling in hands and wrists
- Sharp pain shooting from your hand to your arm
- Progressively weaker hand strength
- Pain in the elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, or ankles
- Catching or locking in the knees
- Pain in any joint with activity or at rest
The United States preforms millions of orthopedic surgeries every year. Nearly 800,000 knee replacements alone happen annually. The three most common orthopedic surgeries are knee, hip, and shoulder. Together they account for 1.3 million surgeries per year (450,000 for hip and 53,000 for shoulders). 230,000 additional surgeries take place for carpel tunnel syndrome.
These are common orthopedic procedures that make a drastic impact on everyday life. We at KCHS know that and experience these things with you. That’s why we partnered with Dr. Schopp. Our goal is to get you back to your daily tasks without pain or discomfort. Dr. Schopp, with over 15 years of experience of orthopedic surgery, provides care to get you back to normal and increase your quality of life.
Schedule your appointment with Dr. Schopp today, 308.830.3400 ext. 2323.
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