Orthopedic care for work-related injuries of the Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow and Ankle.
Inhouse physical therapy for ease of access and clear communication with the clinical staff.
Independent Medical Evaluations (IME)
Permanent Partial Impairment (PPI) Ratings / AMA Ratings
Expert Witness Service
Educational presentations focusing on work-related injuries and conditions of the Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, and Ankle.
Concierge access to world-renowned board certiﬁed orthopedic specialists for conditions of the Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow and Ankle
Our entire staff treats every patient with dignity and respect.
We believe in the potential of all patients and treat them with the mindset of the industrial athlete.
We will always provide clear and consistent communication with the patient, employer, and all appropriate entities involved from the ﬁrst visit through the end of treatment.
We will ensure the timely distribution of documentation to appropriate parties with no red tape to have to navigate through.
We will provide access to all clinicians involved in the patient's treatment where appropriate.
Seamless billing process to reduce the workload on your end.
Our clinical team will strive to return the injured worker back to work as quickly and safely as possible.
We will make use of modiﬁed job duties when safe and appropriate if the employer makes this available to the injured worker.
I often think about my experience as a patient at a time when the field of hip preservation was widely unexplored.
I am an orthopedic surgeon from Wisconsin. I traveled 200 miles to have Dr. Domb perform my total hip replacement. I went home the same day.
When I first had my hip pain, my pain was excruciating. I played a whole season on it one year and it was tough.
I've been fortunate enough to have my hips, shoulder, and knee treated by the American Hip Institute team.
My hip pain was debilitating. And it was to the point that I could not sit anymore for a minute.
I played professional soccer for the last three years, and I started developing
I am extremely grateful for the opportunity American Hip Institute gave me to take my life back.
So my name is Leonard Western I'm from Iowa. I went to a school in Missouri, called Missouri Western.
I am a United States Air Force veteran, serving as Senior Airman from 1993 to 1994.
During our championship game last year, I suffered a torn labrum.
My name is Mike Stahlschmidt, I'm a professional photographer. I run a photo agency called sideline Sports Photography.
I have been active all of my life; tennis, snow skiing, water skiing, aerobics, pilates
In my previous career, I was a NFL running back for 12 years. I have a high tolerance for pain and I underestimated what was happening inside my hip.
After a slip and fall several months
Before coming to American Hip Institute from Uruguay, I was experiencing significant pain in my hips, which limited me from my active lifestyle that includes running and playing soccer.
I have been a triathlete for 10 years, and three years ago, I was injured with a hip labral tear. After the injury, I could barely ride in a car,
Congratulations to Markus Bailey on his Super Bowl appearance! Proud to have you as a patient at American Hip Institute, and proud of your recovery!
Three years ago, I had both my hips replaced by the American Hip Institute team. With my new hips, I was able to return to my work as a beekeeper.
Two years ago, while running a half marathon, I suffered a hip injury that prevented me from participating in any form of running for months.
The team at the American Hip Institute is proud and honored to have helped Jameel Alausa
After my complex surgery performed by the team at the American Hip
After having a back surgery several years ago, the pain I was experiencing persisted, but I was unsure why. As the pain worsened,
I've had a drop foot since 2005, after having a discectomy at an outside facility to fix some crushed discs in my back.
Before coming to the American Hip Institute, I had been dealing with hip pain for over a year.
My hip surgery at American Hip Institute changed my life! Before surgery, I had to walk with two canes Here on my one-year anniversary of surgery, walking perfectly!
I found myself at the American Hip Institute through a referral from another orthopedic surgeon. At that point, I had already received a diagnosis of a torn labrum in my left hip, which had been bothering me for over 3 years.
I had a Birmingham Hip Resurfacing done by the American Hip Institute in December 2014 after suffering through years of ongoing hip pain.
My hip pain initially started in my left hip, and it was hurting for so long that it also started to affect my right hip.
The summer going into my last hockey season at Northeastern University, I noticed that I was having a lot of lower back pain, and that pain was turning into some pretty severe sciatica on my left side.
I have five kids, and my hip pain began shortly after I had the last two. My previous doctors had put in mesh for an inguinal hernia, and at first they thought the mesh was intertwined with a nerve and causing my severe pain.
I want to say thank you to American Hip Institute for helping me get back to normal with my hip surgery. All the pain is gone! I’m back to sports, and I’m feeling great.
When I fell and hurt my hip at work, I did everything I could to keep going. I tried pain pills, patches, creams — whatever I had. It was a struggle.
Peter Walters, 61, spends his days at Wheaton College as a professor in the Applied Health Science department. In his free time, he lives an active life.
When my hip pain started over 2 years ago, I struggled to find a doctor who made me feel comfortable, or who could do the minimally-invasive anterior approach robotic hip replacement that I preferred.
Doing great after a full recovery from robotic hip replacement
As an avid yogi, I tried my best to ignore the shoulder pain I was experiencing during plank and chaturanga for over 2 years.
Thank you to American Hip Institute! After arthroscopic surgery on my right hip, it feels absolutely perfect. My pain is gone!
Five doctors over three years – that is what it took for 17-year-old Amber DeLap of DeKalb, Illinois to finally get a diagnosis for the ongoing pain in her hip.
Alayna Hogston of Gastonia, North Carolina was thriving as part of her premier soccer team, when her active life came to a halt in 2016 at the age of 14.
Forget college football games and summer internships. For then collegiate soccer player Erin Tucker, walking became her number one priority at the young age of 21, when she started .....
Thank you American Hip Institute! As a warehouse supervisor, I spend a lot of time on my feet or in a forklift, so you can imagine how hard I fought to keep my joint pain from slowing me down.
The American Hip Institute physicians are brilliant because they save the world one hip at a time, I'm once again able to save one bee at a time! Great physicians, great team! The best or nothing!
I was (a right-handed batter) up to bat at a high school baseball game. The sequence of events seemed normal until my left shoulder subluxed (partially popped out of place) as the ball ricocheted off the bat...
The staff you have, have been kind , caring, and professional. Thank you for your excellent work on my left hip, now I can sit on the floor and play with my son and get up with NO pain! It's so ...
American Hip Institute team,
Thank you for giving me my life back! Happy Holidays to you all!
-Susan and Tim v
It was a rough year, but after my PAO on 1/29 with your team I was able to successfully heal and prepare for my wedding that was on September 28th! It was quite a year, thank you!!
As a former snowboarder and a very active individual, the thought of being sidelined by a surgery is unpleasant to me; so, despite what my x-rays may reflect, I will not have a total hip replacement.
From the day of the surgery I had no pain at all – amazing.
Phillip M, a past baseball player at Downers Grove South High School injured his left hip while diving for a ball in the outfield. He sought treatment from Dr. Domb.
Dr Benjamin Domb performed my total hip replacement surgery (anterior method with MAKOplasty) on Feb. 4, 2013.
I feel like nothing ever happened,” responded Patrick M when asked about his recent arthroscopic hip surgery. “Honestly, my hip feels 100 percent.
Eric E, 31, of Lisle, IL, woke up one day in excruciating pain. Eric studied and trained in virtually every type of martial arts, body-building, rugby, wresting, yoga, as well as more traditional athletics...
Because he literally gave me a new life! My lifestyle always included daily activity be it biking, walking, roller-blading...
She went to physical therapy for months, but nothing seemed to.
While training for the Chicago Half Marathon, avid runner and physical therapist Melissa S, 37, of DeKalb, IL, began experiencing achy hip pain.
I believe we are all given gifts and talents; if and what we choose to do with them is up to us. Dr. Domb is a gifted, skilled surgeon who has chosen to share his knowledge...
Hit a milestone on my FitBit this fall, Pole to Pole Badge, 12,430 miles walked since my new hip. Guess this is their last Badge for total distance, hoping they will add more.
Thanks for helping me get back on both of my feet! Prior to surgery, my hips made every day walking difficult.
Very professional staff, friendly people issues discussed in detail & all questions answered Fantastic! So thrilled.
22-year-old collegiate sprinter at Minnesota state university. Underwent successful hip arthroscopy with repair of a torn labrum in both hips, now happily back to running!
I never thought I would be out of pain. Stem cells by Dr. Domb were the best thing I ever did in my life.
I am now four months out from hip arthroscopy with the American Hip Institute & Orthopedic Specialists and Dr. Domb, completely pain-free. Expect the best from the best!
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