Isidoro Zambrano, MD
Isidoro Zambrano, MD: Orthopedic Surgeon
Isidoro Zambrano, MD is a doctor of orthopedic surgery dedicated to participatory patient care. Dr. Zambrano recommends the best operative and non-operative treatment plans for shoulder, elbow and knee conditions. Through pre-operative counseling, healthy lifestyle recommendations and careful post-operative follow-up, he strives to minimize the difficulties faced by his patients. Dr. Zambrano specializes in sports medicine care, joint arthroscopy, adult reconstructive surgery and orthopedic trauma care. He also utilizes patient-matched total knee arthroplasty that reduces pain, blood loss and recuperation time.
“Being able to help people by alleviating their pain and restoring their function is one of the most rewarding characteristics of my profession. Having been trained in the latest surgical techniques allows me to treat the entire person effectively. I believe in participatory medicine and discussing all treatment options with my patients so they can make informative decisions. Many injuries can be treated non-operatively, but for those patients needing surgery, advanced arthroscopic techniques and minimally invasive surgery is preferred to lessen post operative pain and to restore early function.”
Dr. Zambrano's Interests:
Center for Joint Replacement
The Fort HealthCare Center for Joint Replacement is located in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and provides a comprehensive program that brings together a team of experienced and expert surgeons with caring and specially trained nurses, therapists and technicians.
Isidoro Zambrano, MD is one of the experts on a team of orthopedic surgeons that includes James Bruno, MD, Thomas Nordland, MD, and Paul Schuppner, DO. Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates is located in Fort Atkinson, Lake Mills, Cambridge, Whitewater and Johnson Creek, Wisconsin and is part of Fort HealthCare's network of clinics. Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates provide the best treatment solutions for shoulder, hand, hip, knee and foot problems.