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El Camino Center for Sports Medicine​

Knee, Shoulder & Orthopedic Surgery

Board Certified 

as well. No matter what caused your knee problems, the pain and difficulty resulting from the injury can make your life much less enjoyable.


If you find yourself in this situation, get help from a trusted orthopedic surgeon today. Dr. Osborn has more been practicing for over 30 years, and he has a particular love for sports medicine. At El Camino Center for Sports Medicine, we can help you heal from any orthopedic problem.

While the idea of knee surgery can be scary, we want to reduce the discomfort and pain you experience. A surgery is often the best method of treatment after a knee injury to get back to having a functional and pain-free knee.

After your surgery, we can also provide rehabilitation services to help make sure that you have a smooth recovery. When you come to El Camino Center for Sports Medicine, you can be confident that we will give you the personalized service you need to take care of your knee and your other orthopedic needs.


Appointments


Don’t wait any longer to get knee surgery in Mountain View, CA, so that you can return to the activities you enjoy. We want to help you get back to the happy and healthy life you had before your knee injury. Call us at (650) 988-7100 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment.

(650) 988-7100
FAX (650) 988-7070
2500 Hospital Drive, Building 15D Mountain View, CA 94040 


Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 5:00pm 

Knee Surgery in Mountain View, CA

When you’ve suffered a knee injury, you have a more difficult time playing sports or participating in your other usual activities. As an athlete, Dr. Stephen F. Osborn at El Camino Center for Sports Medicine understands what it is like to have an injury that prevents you from doing the things you enjoy. That’s why he offers knee surgery in Mountain View, CA, to help you get back to optimal health.


Surgery by Experienced Professionals


Injuries are common in sports, and they can sometimes happen in less intensive activities