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A board-certified orthopaedic 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

Achilles Repair, Ankle Scope, Ankle Fusion Surgery, Ankle Replacement, Bunion Surgery, Ligament Repair (Foot and Ankle), and less common treatments

Ages treated: 12+

Accepts workers comp: Yes

10 Years in Practice

Credentials

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Orthopaedics by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Education

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

Memberships & Awards

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

Patient Reviews

4.8 out of 5 (712 Ratings, 152 Comments)

5 stars
Jan 16, 2019
The intake sheet was difficult to use. Every time I accidently hit the enter button the program thanked me for completing the form and signed off. I then had to log back on and finish and sometimes redo the form.
5 stars
Jan 15, 2019
I am currently waiting for a call back from the nurse to schedule a surgery date. On my information sheet I would have appreciated if the blank for the name of the surgical procedure had been filled in, so I would know what it is called.
5 stars
Jan 15, 2019
Thank you so much for everyone's help!
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