Dr. Kennedy is a highly trained and experienced orthopedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of various injuries and conditions affecting the foot and ankle.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive operation in a joint which is done by ‘keyhole.’ A camera is inserted into the joint to look inside while small instruments.Read More
Nano arthroscopy is a type of arthroscopic technique performed with the help of an advanced imaging system called a NanoScope™.Read More
Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive method that uses pressure waves to treat various musculoskeletal conditions.Read More
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Dr. John Kennedy graduated from Royal College of Surgeons in 1989 and has since practiced in both Ireland & the U.S. He specializes in osteochondral injuries, Achilles tendon injuries, ankle instability, and ligament reconstruction and has a primary interest in lower limb surgery, particularly sports-related injuries.
Dr. Kennedy’s interest in sports medicine of the lower limb is generated by a long personal history in sports. where he competed at National and International levels in track, rugby, fencing, and water skiing.
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Depending on the size and characteristics of your Osterochondral lesion, we have two different treatment options:
The posterior tibial tendon is responsible for facilitating for patient’s to get up on their toes. It runs from the back of the calf around the inside of the ankle to the arch of the foot.Read More
Achilles tendinitis is the inflammation and irritation to the Achilles tendon, and occasionally the Achilles tendon sheath. The Achilles tendon is one of the strongest tendons in the body and is responsible for propelling us forward every step we take.Read More
The joints of the ankle are held in place and stabilized by strong bands of tissue called ligaments. Ankle instability is a chronic condition characterized by a recurrent slipping of the outer side of the ankle.Read More
This condition is often seen in patients with ankle instability but can present at any time with pain over the lateral or outer aspect of the leg associated with a snapping sensation.Read More
Hallux Rigidus is a form of degenerative arthritis affecting the big toe joint where the big toe (hallux) attaches to the foot. 1st MTP joint stiffness is common in many athletes as well as in the general population.Read More
Classification, Treatment & Biological Enhancement of Osteochondral Lesions in the AnkleView More
Dr. Kennedy discusses the benefits of Needle Arthroscopy using the NanoscopeView More
Dr. Kennedy’s Approach to Orthopedic SurgeryView More
Return to sport post ankle injuries Osteochondral autograft transfer system techniqueView More
Bone Marrow Stimulation
This procedure is indicated for smaller lesions and can be done arthroscopically. Multiple holes are made in the exposed bone and they allow bone marrow stem cells.Read More
Autologous Osteochondral Transplantation (OATS)
This procedure is an osteochondral replacement technique by inserting a cylindrical graft and indicated for larger lesions or large cystic lesions.Read More
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Foot & Ankle Arthroscopy
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive operation in a joint which is done by ‘keyhole.’Read More
Toe Joint Arthroscopy
Toe joint arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure to treat conditions of the joints in your toe.Read More
Tendoscopy is a procedure to see inside of a tendon sheath- very similarly to arthroscopy.Read More
Knee arthroscopy is a common surgical procedure performed using an arthroscope...Read More