WILLIAM NEWTON ORTHOPAEDICS

In an exclusive partnership with Advanced Orthopaedic Associates, PA, (AOA) the largest orthopedic group in Wichita, Kansas, William Newton Orthopaedics provides specialized orthopedic care and sports medicine at the Winfield Healthcare Center on the William Newton Hospital campus. Board certified orthopedic surgeons and a staff of highly trained surgical assistants provide surgical and nonsurgical solutions for the best possible medical outcome. In December 2020, AOA also began providing trauma care in the WNH emergency department. Skilled trauma surgeons are on call 365/24/7 to care for patients with critical injuries.

The surgeons at William Newton Orthopaedics also utilize the new, state-of-the-art orthopedic suite in the expanded H. L. Snyder Medical Foundation Surgery Center. Providing the most comprehensive surgical care in our service area, we are proud to offer a wide range of orthopedic surgery services like joint replacement, sports medicine, fracture care, joint revision, bone health, pediatric orthopedics, upper extremity, knee surgery, shoulder surgery, hand surgery, and trauma care.

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Address

William Newton Orthopaedics
Winfield Healthcare Center
1305 E Fifth Ave
Winfield, KS 67156

Phone: 620-222-6249

Fax: 620-800-1019



Our Providers

Surgeons at William Newton Orthopaedics are committed to providing optimal care by judicious use of cutting-edge technology combined with personal attention for each patient.


PHIL HAGAN, MD
Specialty: Shoulders

THOMAS HENDRICKS, MD
Specialty: Joints

KENNETH JANSSON, MD
Specialty: Knees

RANDALL LAIS, MD
Specialty: Trauma

HARRY MORRIS, MD
Specialty: Hands

Q&A WITH DR. JANSSON

Dr. Jansson answers some important questions about orthopedics, the services provided at WNO, and what orthopedic surgery can do for you. This was originally featured in the 2020 edition of our annual publication, HouseCalls.


WHAT IS ORTHOPEDICS?
A branch of medicine dealing with disorders of bones, muscles, ligaments, and joints of the skeletal system and extremities.

WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING DO ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS GET?
Four years of college, four years of medical school, five years of residency, one year of fellowship...total of 14 years of training after high school.

DO I NEED A REFERRAL TO SEE AN ORTHOPEDIST?
No, you can see orthopedists directly.

DO ALL PATIENTS AT WILLIAM NEWTON ORTHOPAEDICS REQUIRE SURGERY?
No, many conditions can be treated non-operatively.

WHAT ARE THE SPORTS MEDICINE SERVICES OFFERED AT WILLIAM NEWTON ORTHOPAEDICS?
Dr. Jansson and Dr. Hagan have completed fellowship training and specialize in treating athletic injuries. Our team of physicians at WNH specializes in knees, shoulders, hands, and joints.

WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERIES?
Knee arthroscopy, carpal tunnel release, simple fractures, total joint replacement, and shoulder arthroscopy.

WHAT IS ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY?
Minimally invasive surgical procedure using an arthroscope, a tiny camera, to visualize the inside of a joint and treat conditions in that joint without the need for a large incision

WHAT IS REVISION SURGERY?
When you have to do a surgery over again - usually a total joint replacement that has failed.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY?
Joint replacement surgery can help restore function, relieve pain, and allow a person to return to an active lifestyle.

AM I TOO OLD TO HAVE SURGERY?
No, with proper preparation many people of all age groups can benefit from surgery in the right circumstance.

IS A FRACTURE THE SAME AS A SPRAIN?
No, a fracture is an injury to the bone, a sprain is an injury to the ligament, and a strain is an injury to the muscle.