Sano Orthopedics Grows
Mid-America Orthopedics KC Join Forces to Improve Musculoskeletal Health in the KC Area
(Lee’s Summit, Mo. – September 2, 2021) Sano Orthopedics, an innovative orthopedics practice with a mission to improve musculoskeletal health in the Kansas City community is pleased to announce MidAmerica Orthopedics KC (MAO KC) will join its practice effective November 1, 2021.
Sano Orthopedics, which specializes in all facets of musculoskeletal health and recently opened a state-of-the-art facility in Lee’s Summit, found MAO to be the right partner to help the practice grow.
“Sano and MAO KC share a laser-focused commitment to patient care,” said Dr. Matt Daggett. “We welcome our colleagues from MAO KC who, like all of us at Sano, believe that compassionate, value-based care, innovative techniques, and prevention of injuries are the future of orthopedic health. Through this partnership, Sano can improve access and care to more patients. It’s about delivering the right care at the right time in the right setting.”
Following the transition, which will retain the Sano name, the combined group will offer visits in five locations: Lee’s Summit, Garnett, Leawood, Grandview, and Paola. Sano will add six physicians to its staff for a total of 12, and 1 Nurse Practitioner, for a total of 7 Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners.
Physicians who will join Sano from MAO KC include:
- Michael Dempewolf, DO, MBA, Sports Medicine
- Kelly Own, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitations Spine Care
- Christopher Eckland, DO, Sports Medicine
- Everett J. Wilkinson, DO, Orthopedic Surgery
- Pat Do, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
- Jeff Colyer, MD, Plastic Surgery and Hand Specialist
Current Sano physicians include:
- Matt Daggett, DO, MBA, Sports Medicine
- Kevin Witte, DO, MBA, Sports Medicine
- Timothy Roberts, DO, Hip and Knee Specialist
- Stephanie de Vere, MD, Spine
- Matt Cullen, DO, Sports Medicine
- Alexander Palmer, DO, Hand
“Our team is excited to join the skilled clinicians at Sano,” said Dr. Michael Dempewolf. “We share the same interest in bringing better musculoskeletal health to our patients. By joining Sano, we will be well-positioned to serve more people as a larger, unified practice.”
A little about Sano:
Originally, a Latin word, Sano means healthy, wholesome, and intact. Sano was founded to improve musculoskeletal health, going beyond traditional treatment and intervention, focusing on prevention and outcomes that include better function and a return to physical activity for patients of all ages.
The right care at the right time in the right setting.
Dr. Mike Dempewolf with Mid-America Orthopedics KC shares why they are excited to join Sano.