My high level KOS son has seen him for follow up of an osteochondritis dissecans of his knee. He is a nice guy and has done triathlons himself. Good luck!
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Surgery is scheduled for Sept 27th with Lucas Murnaghan. He required an X-Ray (Dunn View) to confirm FAI as well as a high powered (3T) MRI to get some more detail of joint, labral tears, etc. I believe I got my referral for L. Murnaghan around April 10th, May 25th was my first appt., 2nd appt in mid July and Surgery is Sept 27. About 6 month total time from referral to surgery. I certainly didn't conclude that L. Murnaghan was my best choice based on his schedule but from everything I have read, that is a pretty short period of time from referral to surgery (in Ontario Canada). I am happy with that.
Dr. Gavin Wood in Kingston was one of my first choices, based on my early research. His location is about 3 hours from me so that was a bit of a deterrent but i was will to travel as it is extremely important to me to get this problem fixed. With some additional research or resources, I decided and concluded that Dr. L. Murnaghan would provide an equivalent level of experience/expertise as Dr Wood (How do you compare surgeons? It is impossible, in my opinion, to say one doc is better than another assuming both are competent and experienced with the specific surgery. Good doctors have surgical failures too). The ability and experience of doing labral repairs/refixations was key for me and I believe Dr Wood is experienced with refixations (as is Murnaghan). As I understand it, refixations is a more complicated surgery vs. a labral debridement (but what the heck do I know, I'm no surgeon). I wanted to know that my surgeon had the skills to both repair the labrum, if possible (assuming my torn labrum is still repairable) or to debride or shave off the scraps of labrum that are un-repairable. As I understand it, shaving off the labral tear is an easier surgery than repairing the labrum and the training involved with learning the labral repair is more specialized. From that (right or wrong) I concluded that whoever had labral repair training was more skilled and experienced at fixing hip labrums.