We know that being sidelined from an injury can be tough, let our team help get you back in the game!
Our experience in the treatment of workplace injuries will help get you back on the job quickly!
You don’t have to let joint pain get you down, let us help you stay active!
Providing care to youth athletes is a big part of our practice. We’ll get your star back in the game!
Exceptional Orthopedic Care in St. Louis
Welcome to Missouri Orthopedics & Advanced Sports Medicine! Dr. David Irvine and staff are dedicated to providing exceptional orthopedic care for patients of all ages.
We believe in focusing on the specific rehabilitation and orthopedic care needs of each patient. Our ultimate goal is to relieve your pain, help restore joint function and overall mobility to get you back to enjoying your normal activities as quickly and safely as possible.
Don’t let an injury or joint pain ruin your life
Orthopedic Surgeries & Procedures
We offer a wide variety of orthopedic surgeries and procedures to help provide pain relief due to an injury or disease within a joint. From nonsurgical treatment options to arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement, Dr. Irvine and team will work to get you back to the activities you enjoy as quickly and safely as possible.
Sports injuries of all kinds can happen to anyone despite skill level, training, and equipment. Our experienced staff will evaluate your injury, providing you with a proper diagnosis and effective treatment plan. We help patients of all ages help heal sports injuries to get back to playing as quickly and safely as possible.
Orthopedic Work Injuries
Workplace injuries can result from accidents, improper lifting, overuse, and more. These can be difficult as they can result in lost time and wages for both you and your employer. We’ll help you heal while working with your workers’ compensation claim, ensuring you receive the necessary care to get back to work quickly and safely.
Joint Replacement Surgery
Let us help alleviate your joint pain and restore mobility with joint replacement surgery. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Irvine, will remove the damage and disease from the joint and replace it with new, man-made parts. We specialize in hip, knee, and shoulder replacements.
An injury in the shoulder can make typical daily activities feel almost impossible. We are experienced in providing proper diagnosis so you receive an effective treatment plan. Dr. Irvine and staff can help treat a variety of shoulder issues including arthritis, instability, AC joint separation, rotator cuff tears, and more.
Our knees are a heavily-utilized joint that can end up taking a beating during our lives. From sports injuries to arthritis, the knee is susceptible to pain and wear-and-tear. We can help alleviate pain and heal your knee joint with available services, including knee replacement, ligament reconstruction and repair, fracture repair, and more.
What our patients are saying…
“Dr. Irvine, I want to thank you for all your expertise in fixing my broken leg. I have visited many doctors over the years and I would put you in front of the line. Thanks again!”
“Dr. Irvine and staff, thank you for the wonderful care you have given me over the years. You have been a blessing to me.”
“I’ve been going to Dr. Irvine and his group since 2008, and wouldn’t change for anything! I’ve had multiple surgeries due to power-lifting and sports related injuries, and this team has always fixed me back up to where I am 100%! Thank you all for what you do!!”
“Dr. Irvine, you are a wonderful doctor because you don’t just do this for a living. Day after day, you change people’s lives and you do it with compassion and kindness.”
Repairing a labral tear
Labral repair refers to the repair of a specific layer of cartilage in the shoulder area. This cup-shaped cartilage, also known as the labrum, can be found in the area between the knobby head of the upper arm bone and the shallow shoulder socket in which it resides....
Your child’s growing bones: A guide to growth plates
What is a growth plate? A growth plate is the new bone growth near the ends of long bones in children and teens. It includes the femur (thigh bone), radius and ulna (forearm), and the bones in the hands and feet. What does a growth plate do and when does it close? As...
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