Whether treating an athlete or injured worker or older adult, all patient receive the same care and compassion and expertise. Patient satisfaction is always my number one goal.
Frank R. Noyes, M.D. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in knee surgery and sports medicine and an internationally recognized authority on the diagnosis and treatment of complex knee problems. Dr. Noyes completed his training at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He then received a four year clinical and research appointment as an orthopaedic surgeon in the United States Air Force, was commissioned as a Lieutenant Colonel and began his landmark research into knee ligament injuries, effects of immobility, biomechanics, injury prevention, and diagnosis and treatment of serious knee disorders. Committed to physician education, Dr. Noyes established one of the first sports medicine fellowship programs in the United States. Over 100 orthopaedic surgeons have graduated from the program and practice orthopaedics at some of the nation's top institutions. Dr. Noyes has been an invited professor at universities across the United Sates, and the featured speaker at orthopaedic society seminars and academic meetings around the world. In addition, Dr. Noyes is frequently consulted and quoted by the media including The Washington Post, The New York Times, USA Today, Ladies Home Journal, US News & World Report and Sports Illustrated. A prolific researcher and writer, Dr. Noyes has published over 200 studies and articles in the world's leading orthopaedic journals and textbooks, changing the face of sports medicine and orthopaedics as we know it. He serves on a variety of editorial review boards and is a manuscript reviewer for several highly respected journals. Among many research projects, he is leading at Cincinnati SportsMedicine, Dr. Noyes is studying the prevention of knee injuries in female athletes, refining the surgical procedure to reconstruct the posterior cruciate ligament, developing treatment options for young patients with a damaged meniscus, repairing and transplanting articular cartilage in the knee and improving the outcome of patients who require revision knee ligament surgery.