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Orthopedic institute to build new clinic in Mitchell

The Institute of Orthopedics expands orthopedic and sports medicine care to residents of MitchellCentral South Dakota communities with a new office.

SIOUX FALLS, SD, June 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Orthopedic Institute (OI) is building a new clinic in Mitchell, SD. Conveniently located on South Burr Street, the new location is one block north of Interstate 90. Groundbreaking will take place on Tuesday, June 14, 2022with a grand opening scheduled for early 2023.

One of 15 OI satellite locations across South DakotaSouth West Minnesotaand northeast Iowa, Orthopedic Institute Mitchell offers patients relief for any joint, bone or muscle pain or injury without requiring a doctor’s referral. OI provides specialist orthopedic and sports medicine care to those who work and live in Mitchell and the surrounding center South Dakota communities.

The Mitchell will move the short distance from 1204 S. Burr St. to 1300 S. Burr St., continuing to serve existing and new patients. In addition to meeting orthopedic and sports medicine needs, from sprains, strains and fractures to the most complex joint preservation, reconstruction or replacement procedures, as well as non-surgical and surgical spine and pain management with non-opioid solutions, the new expanded office will facilitate pain relief procedures such as image-guided epidural injections and minor hand procedures such as carpal tunnel surgery.

“This expansion allows us to meet the demand for opioid-free pain management and expert orthopedic and sports medicine care in Mitchell“, said the CEO of OI Lynda Barrie. “Because we accept almost all insurance plans, including most Sanford and Avera insurance plans, we will be able to service the entire region.” Designed with patient convenience, comfort and access in mind, the new office features ten (10) examination rooms, two (2) procedure rooms and digital x-ray.

The doctors of the Orthopedic Institute at the service of the new Mitchell the location will include Keith M. Baumgartendoctor, David B. Jones,, Matthew J. McKenziedoctor, Brent R. Thurnessdoctor and Eric S. Watson, MD. The team offers orthopedic services including surgical and non-surgical expertise in treating pain or injury to the neck, back, spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle, and acute and chronic pain management procedures.

“At the Orthopedic Institute, our goal is to help patients overcome their pain or injury so they can return to the activities they enjoy. We strive to make this process as convenient, personalized and efficient as possible to our patients. This new development will better meet the orthopedic needs of patients in Mitchell and the surrounding communities,” said the chairman of the board and orthopedic hand surgeon David Jones, Jr.MD.

With an average rating of over 4.8 out of 5 stars on Google My Business, the highest consumer satisfaction rating in the region, OI delivers an extraordinary patient experience that inspires individuals to live stronger.

Consumers are encouraged to take the first step towards lasting relief by making an appointment with the Orthopedic Institute. To schedule an appointment, call 888-331-5890 or visit


Orthopedic Institute (OI), one of the most respected groups of independent physicians specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine in the Midwest, was founded in 1972. Located on the main campus of Avera McKennan Health in Sioux Falls, SD, the group has continued to grow in size and scope. Today, the practice has 19 physicians and over 200 staff serving 15 satellite sites in SD, MN and IA. By strengthening the private practice model, OI delivers the most effective, compassionate, and highest quality care to the communities it serves. Nationally recognized and renowned throughout the region for providing extraordinary orthopedic care, OI is the proud provider of sports medicine for professional, college and high school teams. Visit to learn more.

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