After injuring my knee during a Strongwomen competition it was highly recommended by powerlifting friends to see Dr. Chams and his team. The result of the injury was a torn ACL for which I had to have ACL reconstruction surgery. I couldn’t be happier with Dr. Chams and his team they made sure all my questions were answered and they understood the importance of me getting back to competing. They took great care of me from the start. I’m back to competing and in my first competition back I won nationals. I’m so thankful for Dr. Chams and his team for giving me the best care to get back competing at the level I was before injury.

Kelly J.

After 7 knee procedures which included three ACL replacements, multiple cartilage “clean-ups” and living with chronic knee pain for the last 15 years, Dr. Chams recommended MACI, a fairly new procedure that would use my own cells to repair my damaged knee cartilage and potentially avoid knee replacement surgery.

I am 50 years old now and 1 year out from the MACI procedure and I have absolutely no pain! Thanks to Dr. Chams and his staff, this was the best decision I made to get me back to my active lifestyle.

Craig I.

Keira with the pin in Oklahoma at the Lady Outlaws Holiday National Duals just 5 1/2 months after surgery.

Keira D

Having had successful rotator cuff surgery with Dr. Chams, there was no question who I wanted to see when I tore my ACL. Given my age at 74 many orthopedic doctors might have hesitated to do the surgery; however, Dr. Chams did not. He understood the active lifestyle I lead and the negative impact this would have on me if I couldn’t continue. Having had the knee surgery I am back to playing tennis and skiing. I am grateful he did not write me off and appreciate his outstanding orthopedic skills. He is the go to guy for shoulders and knees. I cannot recommend
him enough.

Michael Wolf
man in red and black jacket skiing down snow covered hill
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