Orthopedics - Sports Medicine Center
Welcome, Nicholas A. Viens, MD
Join us in extending a warm welcome to the newest member of the Lexington Clinic Orthopedics – Sports Medicine team, Nicholas A. Viens, MD.
Dr. Viens completed fellowship training in Orthopedic Surgery of the Foot & Ankle at The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail, Colorado. He received his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine and completed a residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Duke University Medical Center.
Dr. Viens is board-eligible in Orthopedic Surgery. He specializes in orthopedic services and sports medicine focusing on the foot and ankle. His professional interests involve foot and ankle athletic and traumatic injuries, ankle instability, foot and ankle arthritis and treatment of degenerative conditions of the foot and ankle, including total ankle replacement.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Viens, call (859) 258-8250.
Lexington Clinic physician named in list of best surgeons in North America
LEXINGTON, KY— Wednesday, October 2, 2013 —Lexington Clinic orthopedic surgeon and founder of The Shoulder Center of Kentucky, W. Ben Kibler, MD, FACSM, was recently named one of the top twenty-eight shoulder surgeons in North America.
A survey of fellow shoulder surgeons and thought leaders in the field conducted by “Orthopedics This Week”, the most widely read publication in the orthopedics industry, gathered opinions and commentary on shoulder surgeons at the top of their game.
“His knowledge of the biomechanics of the shoulder and of the scapula is extremely impressive,” one voter said of Kibler. “He is quite an innovator in terms of thinking of scapular function in overhead throwing athletes.”
Through research findings and years of building a highly regarded practice, Kibler has achieved international esteem both personally and professionally and is often consulted as an expert in the field.
For more information about Dr. W. Ben Kibler or The Shoulder Center of Kentucky, call 859.258.8575, or visit LexingtonClinic.com/shoulder.
Lexington Clinic is Central Kentucky’s oldest and largest group practice, with more than 225 providers offering primary and specialty care services. Founded in 1920, Lexington Clinic offers more than 30 specialties and operates offices in more than 30 locations throughout Central and Eastern Kentucky. For more information about Lexington Clinic, visit LexingtonClinic.com. To follow Lexington Clinic on Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/LexingtonClinicky.
Dr. Kibler is Guest Speaker at “The Scapula Master Class” in EnglandW. Ben Kibler, MD, FACSM, Lexington Clinic orthopedic surgeon and founder of The Shoulder Center of Kentucky, is scheduled to speak at “The Scapula Master Class” Wednesday, October 2, through Thursday, October 3, in England. The event, organized by Dr. Lennert Funk from the Wrightington Hospital in Manchester, England, is held periodically, each time devoted to a specific topic of interest.
This year’s gathering, referred to as “Two Days with Dr. Kibler”, will feature speaking engagements and workshops focused on the scapula. Tim Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT, director of the musculoskeletal laboratory at the University of Kentucky, will join Dr. Kibler, giving four out of the 13 lectures. Tickets to the meeting sold out within two weeks of its announcement, and interest has been steadily growing, inciting international attention.
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British Journal of Sports Medicine Interview
with Ben Kibler, MD
Babette Pluim (BJSM’s deputy editor) talks to Ben Kibler, MD about his varied and prolific career in tennis and baseball sports medicine. Dr Kibler discusses his research on the shoulder and also the tennis serve, the importance of considering biomechanics in injury prevention and recovery, and the role of surgery.