Dr. Mittal is one of the only orthopedic surgeons in the Tulsa area with expertise in the direct anterior approach to hip replacement. He is also experienced in the most advanced knee replacement options including MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing.Dr Yogesh Mittal | Orthopaedic Surgeon Tulsa OK | Cushing OK | Sapulpa OK

Specialty

  • Fellowship Trained in Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction
  • Fellowship Trained in Diseases of the Hip and Knee
  • Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery

Subspecialty/Special Interests

  • Total Joint-Replacement
  • MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing
  • MAKOplasty® Total Hip Replacement
  • Computer and Robotic Assist Surgery of the Hip and Knee
  • Direct Anterior Approach to Total Hip Replacement
  • Sports Medicine
  • Hip/Knee Arthroscopy
  • Stem Cell Regenerative Therapy
  • Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)
  • Fracture Care and General Orthopaedics

Education & Training

  • Undergraduate: Baylor University, 1994
  • Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, 1998
  • Residency: John Peter Smith Hospital, Chief Resident, 2003
  • Fellowship: OrthoCarolina, 2004

About Dr. Mittal

Dr. Mittal has been instrumental in the continued development of robotic and computer assisted surgery (CAS) in joint replacement. He trains surgeons around the country on computer assisted navigation and robotic surgical techniques. He routinely lectures on a national and international level on all aspects of joint replacement.  Dr. Mittal is currently working to design new instruments and implants and is well versed in joint preservation techniques such as stem cell regenerative therapy and cartilage transplantation.

Research

  • Acute Care Episode: CMS Bundled Payment: The Answer to Healthcare Reform?; Principal Investigator
  • The Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma on Total Joint Arthroplasty; Principal Investigator
  • Does Aquacel Dressing Decrease the Risk of Infection in Hip Fractures?; Convatec
  • Triathlon TS Study; Stryker
  • Rejuvenate Hip Study; Stryker
  • Mechanisms to Decrease Acute Peri-/Post-Operative Blood Loss in Total Joint Arthroplasty; Submission Pending
  • Two-Stage Reimplantation in Periprosthetic Knee Infections with Resistant Organisms; Charlotte Orthopedic Specialists, Charlotte, North Carolina (Published in Journal of Bone/Joint Surgery 2007, Presented 2004 – American Association of the Hip & Knee Society)
  • Infection Rates in Revision Knee Arthroplasty with Metal-Metal Wear; Texas Hip and Knee Center, Fort Worth, Texas (Presented 2003 – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2002 – Texas Orthopaedic Association)
  • Periprosthetic Acetabular Fractures; OrthoCarolina, Charlotte, North Carolina

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