Orthopedic Excellence

McBride Orthopedic Hospital is nationally recognized as a leader in orthopedics and sports medicine. Our expertise and experience allow us to deliver the highest level of comprehensive care to orthopedic patients.

McBride Orthopedic Hospital is nationally recognized as a leader in orthopedics and sports medicine.

2019 Guardian of Excellence Award Winner

McBride Orthopedic Hospital has been awarded the 2019 Guardian of Excellence Award by Press Ganey for exceptional patient experience. 

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Welcome Kevin F. Wiley, MD

McBride is proud to welcome spine specialist, Kevin F. Wiley, MD. Dr. Wiley will see patients at the North OKC, Edmond and Lawton locations. 

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Oklahoma's Choice

For the third year in a row, McBride Orthopedic Hospital was selected as the Readers’ Choice Award Winner for Best Orthopedic Practice in the Daily Oklahoman. McBride is thankful for the overwhelming support of voters during the ballot process.

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Outpatient Surgery Center

Many Outpatient procedures are scheduled at our Outpatient Surgery Center located north of McBride Orthopedic Hospital's campus. The 35,500 square feet facility features 6 full-size Orthopedic OR Rooms, 24 Phase I Pre/Recovery Bays and 12 Phase II PACU Beds.

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Celebrating Our Centennial

How is a 100-year legacy built? It begins with a hard-working young physician, just returning from war establishing a medical practice in the Midwest. We celebrate Dr. Earl D. McBride's imagination, determination and quest for excellence, and are thankful for the opportunity to serve so many patients and their families.

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Pain Locator

Where Does It Hurt?

McBride's highly respected specialists are committed to the treatment of musculoskeletal issues and work diligently with patients toward a broad evaluation of their orthopedic needs.

We offer bundled services as an option for self-pay patients, self-funded employers and employers offering supplemental insurance options to their employees. Click to learn more about our transparent, bundled pricing model.

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Body Part

The foot and ankle is made up of 26 bones and 33 joints and is divided into three sections. The forefoot includes the five toes and five longer bones known as the phalanges and metatarsals. The midfoot includes the bones that form the arches of the feet. The hindfoot is made up of the heel and ankle joint where the talus bone meets the tibia and fibula bones. The structure of the foot does vary from person to person, with various heights of arches and differing shapes of toes. Muscles, tendons and ligaments run along the foot, providing for movement and balance and the largest tendon in the body, the Achilles tendon, connects the heel to the calf muscle. Common conditions and procedures for the foot and ankle include fracture, sprain, Achilles tendinitis or tendinosis, bunions, hammertoe, flat feet or high arches, stress fractures, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, diabetic foot conditions and total ankle arthroplasty.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient foot and ankle procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Achilles Tendon Repair
  • Bunion Correction
  • Fasciotomy

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The knee is the joint made up of the lower end of the femur (thighbone), the upper end of the tibia (shinbone) and the patella (kneecap). Articular cartilage which is a layer of soft, smooth tissue covers the end of the femur and tibia, and lines the underside of the patella, allowing the joint to slide easily. Meniscus, a wedge-shaped piece of cartilage, provides a cushion to absorb stress on the joint. Ligaments connect the bones of the knee together. There are two collateral ligaments on either side of your knee and two cruciate ligaments which cross each other inside your knee joint – the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in front and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in the back. The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body. Common complaints and procedures include Total Knee Replacement (Arthroplasty), arthroscopy, injections, fracture repair, dislocation, osteoarthritis, ACL reconstruction, patellofemoral instability, chondromalacia patellae (CMP), muscle/tendon/ligament injuries, meniscus tear/repair, patellar tendinitis and other sprains/tears of soft tissues.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient knee procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Total Knee Replacement
  • Revision Knee Replacement
  • Robotic Partial Knee Replacement
  • Knee Arthroscopy

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The hip is a ball and socket joint, formed where the rounded head of the femur (thighbone) connects with the pelvis. Articular Cartilage, which is a layer of soft, smooth tissue covers the surfaces of the head of the femur and the socket area of the pelvis, allowing the joint to glide easily. The synovial membrane which is a thin connective tissue surrounds the hip joint and produces synovial fluid to lubricate and help eliminate friction in the joint during movement. Common hip conditions include dislocation, fracture, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, bursitis, labral tear, snapping hip, slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) and irritable hip syndrome.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient hip procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Revision Hip Replacememt
  • Hip Arthroscopy
  • Hip and Femur Procedures

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The hand and wrist are made up of multiple small joints that work together with surrounding muscles and tendons to produce motion – including fine/delicate motion and gripping. There are 27 bones, 29 joints and at least 123 named ligaments in the human hand. The Carpals (wrist), Metacarpals (hand) and Phalanges (fingers) make up the bones of the hand and wrist. Ligaments connect the bones and help stabilize the joints. Muscles tighten and relax to provide movement; tendons connect muscles to bones; tendon sheaths surround and protect the tendons. Our hands require both sensation and movement of joints, tendons and muscles to function. Due to the complexity of the hand and wrist there are many hand and wrist issues. They include fractures, ligament tear/strain, De Quervain’s Tendinosis, Dupuytren’s Disease, TFCC Tear, carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), trigger finger, intersection syndrome, basal joint arthritis, flexor and extensor tendon injuries, ganglion or mucous cysts.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient hand and wrist procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Carpal Tunnel Repair
  • Arthroscopy of the Hand and Wrist
  • Trigger Finger Release
  • Tendon Repair or Release

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The elbow joint is made up of the two forearm bones known as the ulna and radius which connect to the long bone in the upper arm known as the humerus. Muscles and tendons connect to the two bony knobs (epicondyle) on the humerus. The tip of the ulna is protected by a fluid-filled cushion called the bursa. The ulnar nerve is close to the surface of your elbow and runs through the ulnar groove, providing sensation to your last two fingers. Common conditions and procedures associated with the elbow include Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow, fracture, biceps tendon rupture, epincondylitis, bursitis, ulnar neuritis, muscle, tendon and ligament injuries.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient elbow procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Tendon and Muscle Repair
  • Ulnar Nerve Revision

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The shoulder is made up of two main bones. The scapula, commonly known as the shoulder blade, and the humerus, the upper arm bone, combine together to form the shoulder. The shoulder joint is a ball-and-socket joint. Common ailments of the shoulder include Rotator Cuff Tear or Tendinitis, Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, Bursitis, Bone Spurs, Damage to the Labrum (cartilage), Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis), Shoulder Joint Tear (Glenoid Labrum Tear), Instability, Inflamed Tissue or Loose Bodies, Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient shoulder procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Total Shoulder Replacement
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy
  • Fractures and Soft Tissue Repairs

Click here for a comprehensive pricing list and more information about our Bundled Services program.

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The spine is a strong and flexible structure that provides the stability to stand up straight, bend or twist. It supports your head, shoulders and upper body and protects your spinal cord. It involves three segments with natural curves; the cervical spine (neck), thoracic spine (chest) and the lumbar spine (lower back). The spine is made up of 24 connected vertebrae (7 cervical, 12 thoracic and 5 lumbar), each with a flat and round disk about half an inch thick acting as a cushion between them. Each vertebra has a segment on either side called the transverse process. The part of the vertebra closest to the skin is called the spinous process. Your spinal cord runs along a tunnel called the spinal canal, within the vertebrae. Nerves branch out of the spinal canal through openings in the vertebrae.

McBride offers bundled pricing for both inpatient and outpatient spine procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Spinal Fusion
  • Laminectomy
  • Low Back Disk Surgery
  • Pain Procedures

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The mission of McBride Orthopedic Hospital is to serve the communities of Oklahoma by providing access to excellence in orthopedic care, in an environment designed to efficiently and effectively deliver consistently superior patient outcomes.

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