Foot and Ankle, Hand and Wrist, Hip, Knee, Shoulder


Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Joint Replacement, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures

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My approach to treating patients

"Our field is exploding right now with opportunities to improve so many facets of our care. We at The Louisville Bone and Joint Center continue to redefine what can be done—with new materials and techniques including mini-incision surgery we can help reclaim lives burdened by bone and joint pain." Dr. Khalily focuses on adult reconstructive procedures for the hip and knee, including primary and complex revisions. He also provides arthroscopy, sports medicine and general orthopaedic care for patients of all ages. He is actively involved in research and education through his affiliation with the University of Louisville where he is a clinical Assistant Professor and Chief of Adult Reconstructive Surgery at Alliant Healthcare Pavilion. “I have had the opportunity to evaluate new implant designs, materials and techniques to know what works and why,” Dr. Khalily says. “Those experiences have given me a ground-up understanding of the biological and mechanical aspects of various treatment options. From my research, I know the best options I can offer my patients today. That’s important, because I treat my patients the way I would treat my family—I want them to have the benefit of the most advanced care that’s right for them and their situation.” You will notice the difference the moment you walk into the reception area at The Louisville Bone and Joint Center. It doesn't look like any other doctor's office you have ever seen, and it doesn't act like one either. From the all electronic medical records to the state-of-the-art digital xrays, the entire experience is geared towards giving the patient a better experience.

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The Louisville Bone and Joint Center, PSC 210 East Gray Street Suite 701 Louisville, KY USA 40202 View map Phone 502-562-6021 Fax 502-562-6039

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