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Orthopedic Surgeon - Board Certified
Fellowship Trained in Knee and Shoulder Surgery
Shoulder and Knee Specialist, Sports Injuries, Worker's Compensation
Voted "Best Doctors" 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 St. Louis Magazine
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Dr. Milne is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, specializing
in knee and shoulder surgery, athletic injuries, and industrial injuries.He is fellowship trained in knee and shoulder surgery and in the treatment of sports related injuries. Continue
Arthroscopic knee surgery involves inserting a scope and other instruments into small incisions in the knee. This allows the doctor to use a video monitor as a guide to treat specific problems without the need for larger incisions required in the past.
Dr. Milne commonly performs Arthroscopic ACL and PCL Reconstruction, including Arthroscopic Treatment of Knee Arthritis, Meniscus Damage and Arthroscopic Cartilage Techniques (Cartilage Transfer, Microfracture, Carticel Cartilage Regeneration)
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Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery involves inserting a scope and other instruments into small incisions in the shoulder. This allows the doctor to use a video monitor as a guide to treat specific problems without the need for larger incisions required in the past.
Dr. Milne commonly performs the following procedures on the Shoulder.
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair,
Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization,
Arthroscopic Treatment of AC Arthritis and
Open Reconstructive Techniques
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SPECIALITIES - ANKLE ELBOW WRIST
The ankle bone and the ends of the two lower leg bones make up the ankle joint. Ligaments connect the bones together and help the muscles and tendons to stabilize and support the joint.
The wrist is made up of two bones of the forearm and eight carpal bones, with several ligaments connecting these bones together and providing support.
Common ankle and wrist injuries include sprains, strains, and fractures. A sprain occurs when there is an injury to the ligaments and no broken bones or cracks in the bone. A strain is when there is tearing of the muscle fibers in the area surrounding the area. A fracture means there is a break or a crack in one or more bones.
The elbow is a hinge joint made up of three bones; the humerus, ulna and radius. Some of the most common elbow injuries include Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer's Elbow), and Ulnar Nerve Irritation (Cubital Tunnel Syndrome).
Dr. Milne provides comprehensive treatment for all athletic injuries. He is constantly learning new techniques for treating ankle, elbow, and wrist problems. Through careful examination and appropriate tests, Dr. Milne will provide a proper evaluation and accurate diagnosis, and then discuss options for treatment.