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Our Doctors

Undergraduate:
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, BS—Physiology

Medical School:
Chicago Medical School-Finch University of Health Sciences, North Chicago, IL

Internship:
General Surgery, Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI

Residency:
Orthopedic Surgery, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI

Fellowship:
Sports Medicine, Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation, Cincinnati, OH

Todd Frush, M.D. FAAOS

Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Frush is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who cares for athletes of all levels and ages.  He treats sports injuries in patients ranging from the professional level in all four major sports to the collegiate, high school, middle school levels as well as recreational athletes.  Regardless of age or ability, all patients are treated with the same high level of assessment and treatment. He implements a team-oriented and coordinated approach to patient care, prioritizing the involvement of other physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers. He offers the highest level of evidence-based care for orthopedic conditions, educating the patient along the way so that they can make an informed decision.  Dr. Frush encourages his patients to take an active and informed role in their care to facilitate an open and thorough discussion of their condition.

Dr. Frush has covered a host of athletic teams and events through the course of his practice and currently serves as team physician for Hartland High School. He previously served for seven years as Team Orthopedic Surgeon for the NBA’s Detroit Pistons.

Dr. Frush received his fellowship training at the Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation, training under renowned knee and sports surgeon Dr. Frank Noyes. During his fellowship, he trained extensively in arthroscopic surgery of the knee, elbow and shoulder, complex ligament reconstruction, osteotomies, meniscal repair/transplantation and cartilage resurfacing. Dr. Frush completed his orthopedic residency at William Beaumont Hospital and his internship at Detroit Medical Center. He earned his medical degree from the Chicago Medical School and undergraduate degree from Michigan State University.

Dr. Frush continues to be actively involved in research and education, having authored over two dozen papers in peer-reviewed journals, surgical technique instructional videos, and orthopedic chapters. He also has presented over forty lectures at the local, regional, and national level. He served as the associate program director of the Detroit Medical Center and St. John Providence Hospital Orthopedic Residency program and as teaching faculty of the Detroit Medical Center sports medicine fellowship program. In addition, he has developed a reputation as one of the leading lower-extremity osteotomy surgeons in the Midwest.

From a leadership standpoint, he served as Section Chief of Sports Medicine at Huron Valley Sinai Hospital and as a member of the Physician Leadership Council. Dr. Frush is a member of the NBA Team Physicians Association, Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA), American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), American Medical Association (AMA), American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and Michigan Orthopedic Society (MOS). He is a reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery and Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.

When he is not treating patients, he spends time with his family and puts his builder’s license and carpentry skills to work with home and cabin renovations. Sports are a very big part of his non-work life as well. As a former multi-sport athlete, Dr. Frush encourages sports participation for his four sons who play football, basketball, track/field, and baseball.

Research Interests
Dr. Frush’s clinical and research interests involve treatment of knee/lower extremity alignment and instability disorders involving the following techniques:

– Tibial and/or femoral osteotomy to correct lower extremity malalignment
– Rotational malalignment affecting the hip or patellofemoral (kneecap) joints
– Knee malalignment such as valgus (knock-knee) or varus (bow-legged) deformity
– Patellofemoral stabilization
– Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction (MPFL)
– Femoral / tibial osteotomy
– Trochleoplasty
– Tibial tubercle osteotomy
– Meniscus injuries
– Primary and revision repair of the meniscus, including complex tears
– Meniscus transplantation
– Cruciate, collateral and multi-ligament knee injuries
– ACL, PCL, LCL, and MCL repair and reconstruction
– Revision ligament reconstruction
– Articular cartilage procedures
– Matrix assisted autologous chondrocyte implantation
– Osteochondral autograft transplantation (OATS)
– Osteochondral allograft transplantation
– Treatment of osteochondritis dissecans
– Degenerative knee arthritis
– Joint preservation through realignment osteotomy
– Robotic-assisted MAKO partial knee replacement
– Robotic-assisted MAKO total knee replacement

Our Doctors

Todd Frush, M.D.

Orthopedic Surgeon

David Knesek, D.O.

Orthopedic Surgeon

Nick Moore, M.D., FAAFP

Sports Medicine Specialist

about Motor City Ortho

We are adept in the treatment of both chronic painful joint conditions and emergent injuries, having extensive experience with complex musculoskeletal injuries. Our surgeons have all trained in world-class facilities where the worst of the worst injuries were often flown in for high-level care. We are bringing that expertise to our home state.

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26850 Providence Pkwy, Ste 260 Novi, MI 48374

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