Matt C. Daggett, DO, MBA

Knee Replacement Specialist

Dr. Matt Daggett, the founding member of Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon in sports medicine and shoulder care.

Dr. Daggett was born and raised in Kansas City, MO. After graduating from University of Missouri-Columbia, Dr. Daggett received his degree from KCU and MBA from Rockhurst University. He completed his orthopedic residency in Kansas City, a sports fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute with Dr. Lemak in Birmingham, AL and a shoulder fellowship with Dr. Gilles Walch and Dr. Lionel Neyton in Lyon, France.

Dr. Daggett is an active researcher in his orthopedic field and an expert in injury prevention, knee ligament injuries and rotator cuff disease and treatment. He is the only American member of the International SANTI research group on sports medicine injuries and team doctor for Avila University. He also serves on the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee of the Missouri State High School Activities Association.

As an active member of the Kansas City community, Dr. Daggett is dedicated to helping athletes and others who suffer an injury get back on the field or back to their daily life. He understands that a pain in your back, pop in your knee or even wrist pain can take you out of the game. Regardless of if your game is football or wrangling kids, feeling great and pain free is a must.

Our physician, and entire staff, are dedicated to providing each of our patients with the most appropriate and complete treatment for the injuries they suffer. We are here to help our patients in returning to their day to day or sporting activities as safely and quickly as possible. Dr. Daggett’s highest priority is ensuring each patient he treats in Kansas City is comfortable and confident in the treatment path created for their unique problem or injury.

Dr. Daggett specializes in a new technique for knee replacement surgery that can improve your recovery time. Learn more today!

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