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More than 50 million Americans suffer from one of several types of arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, osteoarthritis and degenerative arthritis.


The arthroscopic surgeons at Midwest Sports Medicine are among the leading medical professionals in the Chicago area. We have helped thousands of patients get back on their feet with arthroscopy.

Back, Neck, and Spine Pain

The back, neck and spine specialists at Midwest Sports Medicine provide patients with a full range of diagnostic and orthopedic treatment services for back pain and spinal disorders.

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing

Dr. Lopez trained in England to perform the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing procedure.  The trademarked Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System (BHR) was introduced in 1997 as an alternative to total hip replacement.

Foot and Ankle Specialists

At Midwest Sports Medicine, you’ll be treated by a board-certified foot and ankle specialist. Our foot doctor will get you “back on your feet” by taking the time to properly diagnose your condition.

Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common problem, and it can be difficult to diagnose and treat because there multiple causes. It’s important to get an accurate diagnosis from an orthopedic hip specialist.


The knee is one of the most complex joints. Some knee surgeons say that knee injuries are the most common joint injury. We tend to ignore our knees until something happens to them that causes knee pain.

Open MRI

Our new Airis Elite scanner is an open MRI machine to facilitate patient comfort, and it is loaded with the latest computer software and new, updated technology.

Pain Management

Because pain is a silent epidemic in the U.S., pain management is a hot topic right now. An estimated 60 million Americans live with chronic pain caused by disorders, disease or accident.


The shoulder is made up of three bones – the collarbone, the shoulder blade and the upper arm bone – as well as associated muscles, ligaments and tendons.

Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement (TJR) substitutes an arthritic or damaged joint with an artificial joint called a prosthesis. This is an important treatment option for severe joint pain and stiffness.

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