Dr. S. Matt Hollenbeck is a board eligible pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in all aspects of pediatric orthopaedic surgery including spine and scoliosis. After earning an undergraduate degree in biology and master’s degree in physical therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri, he worked as a Physical Therapist for four years prior to attending medical school. He attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed his five-year residency in orthopaedic surgery, focusing on general orthopaedic surgery, at Greenville Health Systems, in Greenville, South Carolina.

In addition, Dr. Hollenbeck has completed a pediatric orthopaedic and scoliosis fellowship at the esteemed Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA, ranked #3 in the nation during his fellowship by U.S. News & World Report. Having fun and making each visit enjoyable, whether in the office or operating room, are of utmost importance. His fun attitude and focus on strong patient-physician relationships is evident with every interaction. Dr. Hollenbeck feels that understanding, cooperation, and communication are essential in obtaining the best possible outcome for each patient. Dr. Hollenbeck’s deep Midwestern roots coupled along with the fact that he is also a parent of three children, including a son with Down syndrome, shows his strong commitment to all orthopaedic patients, especially children.

Dr. Hollenbeck serves on the staffs of Via Christi Health, Wesley Medical Center and Surgery Center of Kansas. He also is a member of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He is married and having grown up in St. Louis and his wife in the suburbs of Kansas City, they feel right at home back in the Midwest, in Wichita. Away from the office, Dr. Hollenbeck’s favorite activity is spending time with his family. He also enjoys all sporting activities, especially golf, soccer, and running.

 

Dr. Hollenbeck treats the following areas.

Spine
Neck
Hands
Wrists
Arms
Elbows
Shoulders
Feet
Ankles
Hips
Knees
Children’s Disorders
Pediatric Orthopedic Problems

 

   

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