Dr. Innes graduated from Yale University with a B.S., (summa cum laude) in Biology in 1995. He went on to gain his medical degree from University of Washington in 2000. He completed his internship in General Surgery and an Orthopedic Surgery residency at University of California-Davis in 2001.
Dr. Innes specializes in minimally invasive surgery techniques, total knee replacement, shoulder scopes (including rotator cuff repair), knee scopes (including ACL), and carpal tunnel release. He is known for pioneering work on specialty knee surgery. This translates to safer, more effective surgery with fewer complications, less pain, and faster recovery.
His professional affiliations include the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Alaska State Medical Association, Baptist Medical / Dental Society, and Orthopaedics Overseas. Dr Innes has also volunteered several times on medical missions in Kenya, Ethiopia, and Bhutan.
Dr. Innes actually grew up as a child in the Kenai area and even graduated from Kenai Central High School. Dr. Innes routinely travels and goes hunting with his four children.
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