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Shelbourne Releases New Information on Knee Replacement
Date:7/20/2009

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About Dr. Shelbourne
K. Donald Shelbourne, M.D. began his Orthopaedic Sports Medicine career in 1982. Dr. Shelbourne graduated from Wabash College in 1972 with a major in chemistry. He completed Medical School and his Orthopaedic Residency at Indiana University Medical School from 1972 through 1981. Dr. Shelbourne obtained additional training by doing a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Dr. Bill Clancy at the University of Wisconsin in 1981-82.

Dr. Shelbourne served as the team physician for the Indianapolis Colts from 1984 through 1998, and has been an orthopaedic consultant to Purdue University, Wabash College, and area high schools since 1982. Dr. Shelbourne is an associate clinical professor at Indiana University School of Medicine at Indianapolis, Indiana. He has performed over 5000 ACL reconstructions and is best known for his advancement of ACL rehabilitation. He has published over 200 journal articles and chapters in books, and he has presented his findings at national and international meetings.

The Shelbourne Knee Center at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis provides specialized, world-class care for knees. With a focus on continuing research and cutting-edge surgical and rehabilitation techniques, the staff at the Shelbourne Knee Center is committed to providing unsurpassed care to all patients, whether professional athletes or weekend warriors. The rehabilitation department specializes in the treatment of knee pain and knee injuries, providing patients with one-on-one care and education. Driven by research and evidence-based practices to provide the most up to date treatment and information, the Shelbourne Knee Center takes time to develop a treatment plan that meets your individual needs and helps you meet your goals. For more information, visit www.FixKnee.com.

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