Burr Ridge Burr Ridge Orthopedic Surgeon Phone Number 630-455-2000

Plainfield Plainfield Orthopedic Surgeon Phone Number 815-267-8825

Morris Morris Orthopedic Surgeon Phone Number 815-941-1885

Wave goodbye to the DL after we help put the heat back into your throwing arm.

Don’t let a knee or shoulder injury separate you from the game. Using minimally invasive techniques, we’ll have you back on the field before kickoff.

Rise above the injury and the rim. Your bench time is over with advanced knee and ankle treatment.

Anxious to get back on the court and serve up some power? We will fix your shoulder so you can bring the thunder.

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Areas We Service at Midwest Sports Medicine Institute

Serving Burr Ridge, Plainfield, & Morris

Dr. David Burt is a respected sports medicine physician whose reputation for excellent orthopedic care attracts patients to the Midwest Sports Medicine Institute from all over Illinois. To learn more about the orthopedic procedures that we offer, schedule an appointment with Dr. David Burt. You can reach our Burr Ridge office by calling (630) 455-2000, our Plainfield office by calling (815) 267-8825, or our Morris office by calling (815) 941-1885.

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