Wallace L. Huff, JR., M.D.

Dr. Huff specializes in:

  • Arthroscopic Knee, Hip and Shoulder Surgery
  • Minimally invasive total and partial knee replacement and direct anterior hip replacement
  • Nonsurgical orthobiologic injections for orthopaedic conditions such as arthritic joint pain and sports injuries

Dr. Huff has been in practice for 18 years and with Bluegrass Orthopaedics for 8 years.

Dr. Huff grew up in Blacksburg, Virginia and attended Hampden-Sydney College. While in college, he was a member of the football team and a triple major in Biology, Biochemistry and Spanish. After college, Dr. Huff spent a year of graduate studies in physiology at Virginia Commonwealth University and then completed 4 years of medical school at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Following medical school, Dr. Huff completed 7 years of Orthopaedic Residency and Fellowship at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.

Dr. Huff is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery with added qualifications in Sports Medicine. He serves as a team physician for several local high schools and colleges. He has hospital affiliations with St. Joseph East and Baptist Health.

Dr. Huff has assembled a team of professionals that understand the unique needs of athletes having been there themselves. Michael Blackburn PA-C played college football at Campbellsville College and later coached high school football before going to PA school. Dr. Huff continues to compete into his 50s and has run numerous marathons and completed a full ironman triathlon.

Dr. Huff has recently founded the Lexington PRP and Stem Cell Institute with the goal of combining a research institute with a clinical staff that provides patients with cutting-edge nonsurgical options for arthritis, back pain, sports injuries and other musculoskeletal conditions. We continue to refine the indications and treatment standards for using orthobiologics in musculoskeletal conditions. Our ultimate goal is to maximize our patients’ quality of life and minimize their disability from any musculoskeletal condition.

Publication By Dr. Huff – Personalized Knee Replacements.


Michael Blackburn PA-C started with Bluegrass Orthopaedics in 2014. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky PA program. He has experience in neurosurgery, emergency and sports medicine injuries. He is NCCPA certified and state licensed.

Michael Jones PA-C ATC – Michael is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 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 with Bluegrass Orthopedics since 2016. Prior to BGO he was employed with Central Kentucky Orthopedics from 2008-2106. He presently works with both Dr. Wallace Huff and Dr. Travis Hunt seeing patients in the Georgetown office treating general orthopedics, sports medicine and spinal disorders. He has been an adjunct faculty member with Georgetown College Athletic Training program since 2009.

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.