Kirby Medical Center Orthopedics
Bone & Joint Treatments in Monticello
Combined, there are over 800 muscles and bones in the human body. Orthopedists
are doctors that undergo extensive training on each one of these components
to treat conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Their studies include
research on bones, joints, nerves, and more.
Orthopedics are specialty service at Kirby Medical Center. If you experience
a traumatic or repetitive motion injury to your joint, bone, tendon or
nerves, one of our orthopedic providers can provide you with valuable
treatment. We will pair you with an orthopedic specialist that create
a treatment customized for your specific condition.
Our Orthopedic Services
Orthopedics is a very broad field of medicine. Many orthopedic doctors
are trained in primary and surgical care, as musculoskeletal conditions
often require both. Orthopedic treatments can help you return to work
faster, get back in shape for athletic activities, and manage pain to
regain your independence.
At Kirby Medical Center, we offer treatments and surgeries for:
- Joint replacement (knees, shoulders and hips)
- Sport injuries
- Rotator cuff/ tendon injuries
- Fractures/ dislocations
Patients have access to both physical and occupational therapy to help
them recover from their condition.
Physical therapy is done under the supervision of a medical professional who creates a
customized exercise plan designed to improve your quality of life.
Occupational therapy uses therapeutic approaches to treat patients and help them recover through
the use of everyday activities. The goal is to improve their skills needed
for daily living.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an orthopedic doctor,
call us at 217-762-6241. Our medical staff is 100% committed to helping
patients fully recover!
ANNIE MARSHALL, PA-C
Annie Marshall is a physician assistant specializing in orthopedics at
Kirby Medical Center. With her background in orthopedics and integrated
surgery, Annie brings dedication and experience to the orthopedics team,
collaborating with physicians and other providers to deliver compassionate,
comprehensive patient care.
Dr. Jacob D. Sams
Originally from Decatur, Dr. Sams went to Mt. Zion High School. After
finishing his pre-med studies at Indiana State University, he received
his medical degree from Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine
in Springfield, IL. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency in Springfield,
IL at the Southern Illinois University program. His special interests
include joint reconstruction of the hip, knee, and shoulder, sports medicine,
Dr. Donald N. Sullivan
I moved here in 2000 with my wife, Mary, who was born and raised in Mt.
Zion. I graduated from DePauw University and then served in the U.S. Army.
My pre-med studies were at Millikin University, and I received my medical
degree from Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine in Springfield,
IL. After completing my Orthopedic Surgery Residency in Springfield, IL
at the Southern Illinois University program, I completed the Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship at the University of Chicago. I was originally inspired to
go into this field of medicine after sustaining an injury and receiving
excellent medical care. My interests include complex and revision joint
reconstruction, general orthopedics, and trauma surgery.