Excel Orthopedics

 delivers a top tier service tailored to the needs of each patient

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Shoulders

The shoulder is the most versatile and dynamic joint in the human body. It offers more range of motion that any other joint, giving you the ability to do anything from combing your hair, to climbing a ladder, to throwing a ball.
This ability relies on a complex interaction between a ball (humeral head) and a socket (the glenoid) as well as the shoulder blade and the chest wall (thorax). These interactions are heavily dependent on complex interactions between multiple soft tissues including the cartilage, ligaments and muscles/tendons.
Any disruption or injury of these balanced interactions can cause significant pain, impairment, and possible disability. Accurate diagnosis of these injuries or conditions is the first step in returning the joint to an optimal function.

Specialists in sports injuries, occupational injuries, & degenerative conditions

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Spine

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Elbow

The elbow is a joint formed by the articulation of three bones in the upper extremity, the humerus, radius and ulna. Stability of the elbow is a complex interaction involving both hard tissue (bone and cartilage) and soft tissue (ligaments and tendons) elements. Both of these are critical to the function of the elbow in the performance of complex activities such as throwing a ball and simpler activities like brushing your hair or teeth.

 

Dr. Lenarz is an expert in the treatment of complex injuries and conditions of the elbow including fractures, arthritis, instability/dislocations, ligament injuries (Tommy John), tendon injuries (biceps and triceps) and simpler problems like Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow (epicondylitis). Some of these conditions can be treated with minimally invasive, percutaneous or arthroscopic techniques and some require more complex open techniques.

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Guiding Principles of Care

PROVIDE

State of the art, evidence-based, ethical and compassionate care to patients while recognizing and respecting their individual need

FOSTER

and nurture reliable, responsive and respectful relationships with all peers, staff, and organizations associated with the care of patients.  

PROMOTE

and encourage the staff to advocate for both the patient and the business with open and respectful dialogue that continuously improves each–without fear of admonishment or reprisal 

CREATE

a workplace environment for employees that is safe, motivating and inspiring and at the same time respects them as individuals with their own talents and personal initiatives. 

MAINTAIN

a contemporary knowledge base of techniques and innovations with a comittment to perpetually refine the professional skills that allow for proper implementation.

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Excel Locations

Our primary office is conveniently located just off the Hwy 40/64 in the Chesterfield Valley. We also offer hours at our satellite office in Columbia, Missouri for our worker’s compensation patients.

Chesterfield Office

17300 N Outer Forty Road, Suite 316,
Chesterfield MO, 63005

(636) 778-3177

Columbia Office

3516 Interstate 70 Dr. SE, Ste. A
Columbia, MO 65201

(573) 449-1513

Schedule a Consultation or Appointment today!