Bluegrass Orthopaedics is the largest orthopaedic clinic in central Kentucky, serving our community since 1983. Our doctors are fellowship-trained with years of experience performing and treating many different conditions, and sports medicine is a vital component of what we do. We’re proud to be leaders in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries. We’re dedicated to helping individuals and families at all levels of sport get back in the game. With campuses in Georgetown, Lexington-Richmond Road, and Lexington-Hamburg, we provide unmatched care to everyone from elite athletes to weekend warriors. In our facilities, patients are offered four businesses under one roof – physician medical office, physical therapy, MRI and outpatient surgery.
If you or your child has been injured in the course of playing sports or just in daily activities, contact our fellowship-trained physicians!
Dr. Huff practices general orthopaedics and specializes in sports medicine. Along with a sports medicine specialty, Dr. Huff utilizes 3D imaging to perform customized knee replacements. Dr. Huff is a Board Certified Orthopaedics Surgeon and Board Certified in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. Dr. Huff serves as team physician for Lindsey Wilson College, Madison Central High School, and Madison Southern High School. Dr. Huff holds clinics at our Richmond Rd. location in Lexington, and also in Somerset, KY to allow for patient convenience.
Michael Blackburn, PA-C
Harold Dennis Jr., MS, PA-C
Harold Dennis, Jr., MS, PA-C is a 2016 graduate of University of Kentucky Physician Assistant Program where he received his Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Harold received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Kentucky in 1996, where he studied Kinesiology with a Sports Medicine focus.
In addition to his studies, Harold was a 3-year Letterman of the UK football program 1994-96.Harold brings to the practice, specific interests in: Sports Medicine, Total Joint Replacement and Osteoporosis care.
Michael Jones, PA-C ATC
He is a board certified physician assistant as well as a certified athletic trainer. He graduated from Anne Arundel Community College 2008 with a physician assistant certificate as well as Saint Francis University with a Masters in Medical Science. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Slippery Rock University in 1992 and a Masters Degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1993.
He has been working as physician assistant for 8 years with Central Kentucky Orthopedics and Bluegrass Orthopedics. He presently works with both Dr. Timothy Wilson and Dr. Travis Hunt seeing patients in the Georgetown office as well as assisting with Scott County High School. He has been an adjunct faculty member with Georgetown College Athletic Training program since 2009 teaching athletic training students. Prior to becoming a physician assistant he worked as an athletic trainer for Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA as well as for Akron General Medical System covering various high schools in northeast Ohio.
At Bluegrass Orthopaedics, we recognize the importance of athletic training and its value to the communities in which we serve. Our athletic training outreach program provides professional healthcare coverage to a variety of organizations, including high schools, club sport programs, and weekend tournaments. Our team approach to this program is vital to its success – we utilize not only our Athletic Trainers, but also our Physicians and Physical Therapists. Central to this team is the Certified Athletic Trainer, a well-educated healthcare professional trained in the prevention, examination, recognition, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries that result from physical activity. Our Athletic Trainers collaborate closely with our physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. In the state of Kentucky, Athletic Trainers work under the direction of a physician as prescribed by the state licensure statutes.
Why use Athletic Trainers?
Athletic Trainers provide medical services to all types of patients, not just athletes participating in sports. Athletic Trainers improve functional outcomes and specialize in patient education to prevent injury and re-injury. Preventative care provided by an Athletic Trainer has a positive return on investment for employers. ATs are able to reduce injury and shorten rehabilitation time for their patients, which translates to lower absenteeism from work, school, and sport and assist in the reduction of health care costs.
Community Outreach and Special Event Coverage
Bluegrass Orthopaedics has a sports medicine team that covers events such as youth sport leagues, games, and tournaments. This team consists of certified athletic trainers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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