The Shoulder Bone's Connected to the Neck Bone

Everything is the body in interconnected. Isn’t it amazing how if one thing is out of whack, the rest of the body suffers? Have you ever stubbed your toe so badly that it was then hard to walk? One little toe can wreak havoc on the state of the rest of your body.

Here at McKenna Orthopedics, we believe in getting you up and running so you can live your best life. Whether its your toe or your back, we want to help.’

We offer a pleathora of options and procedures, so you can be confident in your treatment plan. Dr. Wade McKenna has performed over 20,000 surgeries, and with his expertise and innovation, we are hopeful that you will experience healing.

You may be experiencing knee pain or shoulder pain. Maybe your back pain has become unmanageable. Whatever stage in life you are in, we want to be in your mind as the best place to come to receive the treatment you deserve.

At McKenna Orthopedics, we offer solutions both surgical, and non-surgical that will get you back into the game, faster and with great results.

We would love to connect with you, and start the conversation so you can get back to doing life, and living out your best days.

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