Benjamin Bissell, M.D., F.A.A.O.S.

Dr. Bissell's Specialties

Medical Education: University of Nebraska College of Medicine

Fellowship: University of Michigan, Trained in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine/Shoulder Surgery

Residency: University of Vermont

Dr. Benjamin T. Bissell earned his bachelor's degree in biochemistry from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, NE, and his medical degree from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. Dr. Bissell completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT, where he also served as chief resident for one year. In 2010, he completed an orthopaedic sports medicine/shoulder fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. This fellowship included hip, shoulder, and knee arthroscopy.

Dr. Bissell practices sports medicine and general orthopaedics, focusing on the shoulder, knee, and hip. His expertise includes hip arthroscopy (including treatment of femoroacetabular impingement and hip labral tears), complex shoulder arthroscopy, knee stabilization including ACL reconstruction, shoulder and knee arthroplasty, and general orthopaedic trauma.

Prior to joining CNOS, Dr. Bissell worked with various athletic teams and at sporting events to treat injured athletes, including the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, the University of Vermont, the Sugarbush Ski Injury Clinic and the Big 10 Wrestling Tournament. Regional athletic teams Dr. Bissell serves include Wayne State University, Briar Cliff University, and multiple area high schools. He enjoys outdoor activities like biking, camping, hunting, fishing and snowboarding with his wife and four children.

Dr. Ben Bissell, Orthopaedic Surgeon, on Spring Injury Prevention

Dr. Bissell speaks about common spring sports injuries and how to better determine if an athlete is experiencing soreness, or needs to visit with a medical professional.

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Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

Younger patients with FAI report a history of groin pain and/or a painful catching or popping of the hip. If your symptoms don’t improve with rest and NSAIDS, Femoroacetabular Impingement may be the diagnosis.

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Dr. Bissell's Team

At CNOS you'll have a whole team supporting your care. Our team approach is just one way we show our commitment to excellence and improving your health. If you have any questions during your treatment, your care team can help.