Tulsa Bone & Joint Associates is pleased to welcome Major Christopher Wild, MD. Dr. Wild is a general orthopedic surgeon who will be seeing patients at our main campus in Tulsa. His interests include knee, hip and shoulder replacements, arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee, and fracture care. Dr. Wild has privileges at Ascension St. John Medical Center and Ascension St. John Broken Arrow.
Dr. Wild is a native of Tulsa, graduating from Union High School in 2005. After completing his undergraduate degree at Oklahoma State and medical training at the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Wild spent five years in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. During this time, he trained with surgeons at Miami Valley Hospital, the Dayton VA Medical Center and Dayton Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Wild then entered active duty service with the Air Force as a Captain. He was soon promoted to Major and spent most of his time taking care of soldiers, retirees and their dependents as the Orthopaedic Surgery Element Leader at Wright-Patterson Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. During his service, Dr. Wild was deployed to Afghanistan for six months, where he served as Chief of Orthopaedics at Craig Joint Theatre Hospital at Bagram Airfield during June to November 2020.
Tulsa Bone & Joint is pleased to welcome Dr. Wild back to Tulsa. We are thrilled he has chosen to join our growing practice of musculoskeletal physicians.
What a year it’s been at Tulsa Bone & Joint! Here are a few of our 2020 highlights.
Each month, we honor one of our doctors as Doctor of the Month. Our June honoree is William (Bill) Clark, MD. Dr. Clark is passionate about helping people with spinal deformities and scoliosis. He is an Associate Fellow for the Scoliosis Research Society. He is board certified through the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He cares deeply about his patients and is a truly skilled surgeon. We are so glad to have him on the team at Tulsa Bone & Joint Associates! Find out more about Dr. Clark at his physician page here.