The LSU Healthcare Network has been a national leader in the use of electronic health records, allowing our physicians to provide coordinated healthcare to the patients we serve. From primary care to specialty care, our physicians work together to offer each patient individualized treatments, healthy living education and access to the latest diagnostic equipment.
Our multi-specialty physicians and academic faculty practice in LSU clinics conveniently located in and around the New Orleans area. Below is a complete list of medical services and physicians. Click on the links below for more information or call us at 504.412.1100.
Our specialists are conveniently located in Uptown and in Kenner. Patients may make their own appointments for consultation, or be referred by other physicians, and we accept most insurance carriers. Learn more about our department.
Kenner Orthopaedics &Sports Medicine Phone: (504) 412-1700
St. Charles Ave. Multi-Specialty Phone: (504) 412-1200
For our adult patients, we offer orthopedic services in two conveniently located private practices:
|Kenner Location||Uptown- St. Charles Ave. Location|
|Vinod Dasa, MD||Vinod Dasa, MD|
|Michael Hartman, MD||Michael Hartman, MD|
|Peter Krause, MD||J Monroe Laborde|
|Jessica Reed, NP||Olivia Lee, MD|
|Jessica Reed, NP|
For patients aged 18 and under, Children's Hospital is home to LSU's Pediatric Orthopaedic Specialists.
We look forward to caring for your orthopaedic needs including, but not limited to:
-Total joint replacement:
•Hip replacement (anterior approach)
-Revision total hip
-Sports injuries, including:
•Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair
•Knee meniscus injuries
•Shoulder rotator cuff injuries
•Arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, elbow ankle and hip
-Spine problems, including:
•Spine fractures, including Kyphoplasty
-Foot and ankle problems, including:
•Treatment of diabetic foot problems
-Hand injuries and conditions, including:
•Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
-Dupuytrens contracture care of injuries from falls and accidents, including:
•Diagnosis and management of problems arising from osteoporosis and thin bones
About Our Department
While joint pain and inflammation are more common in older patients, they can occur at any age. LSU orthopaedists specialize in treating conditions and injuries involving bones, joints, muscles, and connective tissues throughout the body. Because of their extensive training and experience, our team of board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic surgeons are ready to tackle the most complex cases as well as treat simple injuries from your neck to your toes.