About Dr. Busfield
Dr. Busfield is a member of Bay Area Surgical Specialists with office locations in Walnut Creek, Antioch, and Brentwood. He is now an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Touro University College of Medicine.
As a member of this prestigious surgery group centered in the East Bay, he has surgical privileges at the Sutter and John Muir hospitals, and several surgery centers throughout the East Bay Area.
All major medical insurance companies are accepted. CCHP is accepted, and John Muir HMO access is anticipated in March 2017.
Having worked in the East Bay since 2009, Dr. Benjamin Busfield specializes in arthroscopy, care of athletes, and sports-related injuries. His interests include injuries to the shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee. He completed an additional year of Fellowship training for sports medicine and arthroscopy at the prestigious Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, the birth place of the Tommy John elbow surgery. Here he learned advanced skills in sports medicine and arthroscopy for surgery of complex injuries and he has a special focus on minimally invasive surgical techniques.
As a general orthopedist, he is able to offer the entire spectrum of care. Dr. Busfield has extensive training in joint replacement and fracture care. He performs total hip, total knee, partial knee, and shoulder replacements, as well as revision surgeries. He sees patients of all ages, including children. Platelet rich plasma (PRP), hyaluronic acid, and steroid injections are given in clinic. As a locally trained surgeon, Dr. Busfield can direct care to well-known local sub-specialists for complex problems as needed.
He has a special interest in the sacroiliac or SI joint. He performs injections and SI joint fusion for indicated patients.
He has researched, written and published numerous papers in the peer-reviewed literature regarding sports medicine and joint replacement. Recently, his research interests were focused on rotator cuff arthroscopic repair, pain pumps, and shoulder surgery. His research has focused on ACL injuries in the National Basketball Association and the use of pain pumps after shoulder surgery. Dr. Busfield has presented his research at national meetings, and commonly gives local community talks regarding Orthopedic care.
Dr. Busfield is board certified as a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS) and is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery (AAOS). Furthermore, he has been awarded the Certificate of Additional Qualification (CAQ) for Orthopedic Sports Medicine. This distinction, in conjunction with his Sports Medicine fellowship training, is held by very few local surgeons in the area.
He specializes in Worker's Compensation injuries and treatment, but has retired as a QME.
Throughout his training, he has had a special interest in caring for the injured athlete. During his Fellowship, Dr. Busfield assisted in the orthopedic care of Los Angeles professional sports teams including the Dodgers, Lakers, Ducks, Sparks and Kings. In addition, he served as Loyola Marymount University and St. Mary's University collegiate team medical staff.
Dr. Busfield's patients are predominantly from the East Bay including Antioch, Brentwood, Lamorinda and its surrounding communities such as Discovery Bay, Walnut Creek, Concord, Oakland, Berkeley, Pleasant Hill and Concord, however, patients also often travel from the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area. Our office welcomes new patients with orthopedic problems or patients seeking second opinions.
Please contact his current office at (925) 528-BONE for scheduling an appointment.
Arm, Elbow, Foot and Ankle, Hand and Wrist, Hip, Knee, Shoulder
Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Joint Replacement, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures, Sports Medicine, Arthroscopic Surgery
Busfield Orthopedic Clnic 130 La Casa Via, Building 3, #111 Walnut Creek, CA USA 94598 Phone (925) 528-BONE
Busfield Orthopedic Clinic 1120 2nd St, Suite A Brentwood, CA USA 94513 Phone (925) 528-BONE
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