All Providers

A board-certified orthopedic surgeon with OrthoNebraska since 2014, Dr. Grosshans’ practice is focused on the diagnosis and treatment of all problems below the level of the knee. He has a special interest in the treatment of foot and ankle fractures and other traumatic injuries. He also enjoys complex reconstruction and ankle joint replacement.

Hometown: Lincoln, NE

In his free time, Dr. Grosshans enjoy traveling and spending time with his wife, Katie, and their three kids, Henry, William and Annie. He also enjoys outdoor activities, especially skiing, mountain climbing, golf and running.

Conditions

Achilles Tendon Injuries, Ankle Fractures, Ankle Sprains, Foot and Ankle Arthritis, Bunions, Flat Feet, Foot Fractures, Hammer Toes, Heel Spurs, Morton’s Neuroma, Other Nerve Injuries, Plantar Fasciitis, and less common conditions

Treatments

, , , , , , and less common treatments

Ages treated: 12+

Accepts workers comp: Yes

12 Years in Practice

Credentials

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Orthopedics by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Education

  • Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy Hospital | Foot and Ankle Reconstruction Fellowship, 2014
  • University of Oklahoma Health Science Center  | Orthopedic Residency, 2013
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center | MD, 2008
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln | BS, 2004, Biochemistry

Memberships & Awards

  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS)
  • OrthoNebraska Practice Executive Board

Patient Reviews

4.8 out of 5 (1,433 Ratings, 313 Comments)

5 stars
May 5, 2020
Yeah, I'm just calling to say that I've been to your office for your doctor's, I usually go see Dr. Burke and he's wonderful and Kevin Grosshans I think is is fantastic. This guy, the both of those guys are the ones I've seen and and I wouldn't go anywhere else. Anyway. Thank you very much. Bye.
4 stars
May 5, 2020
The people you have deployed to direct people on what to do under these current conditions, are not. They are simply waving people through and leaving us to figure out what we are suppose to do and go. This really shouldn't be very complicated. I waited for twenty minutes in my car only to find out that I needed to go to the other side of the building and start the process all over again.
5 stars
May 4, 2020
I work construction and broke my foot, it was obvious by the condition of my boot that I wasn't going to stop. They gave me real world info on what I should and shouldn't be doing. Instead of saying lay in bed for 6 weeks and do nothing
See more reviews