Steven Schultz, Jr., MD
Dr. Schultz did his undergraduate studies and attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma. He did his Internship and Residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, TX. He also completed a fellowship at the New Mexico Center for Joint Replacement Surgery in Albuquerque NM. Dr. Schultz has been a member of the OSC Physician Group since 2004. Dr. Schultz was kind enough to answer a few questions for us.
Why did you decide to become an Orthopedic Surgeon?
I have always wanted to take care of athletes. I envisioned myself taking care of John Elway when I was a young growing up in Denver. So I knew from an early age that I wanted to do this.
Tell us why you decided to go the extra step and do a Fellowship and what that means in your field?
Once I was involved in my rotations I realize I also enjoyed taking care of older patients, particularly ones with bad hips and knees. I did a fellowship in Joint and Replacement Surgery to help me become an expert in that field. I am proud to say I am the only fellowship trained joint surgeon in this area.
One lighthearted Question: If you were an animal what would you be and Why?
Bronco- I grew up a huge Denver Bronco’s fan and I want them to win the Super Bowl!
Dr. Stephen Schultz has performed Total Hip Replacement surgery on both of my hips and in my opinion he is the Best. I have been able to function without pain and resume my life as normal as possible. He has an excellent bedside manner and ...MoreDr. Steven Schultz has performed Total Hip Replacement surgery on both of my hips and in my opinion he is the Best. I have been able to function without pain and resume my life as normal as possible. He has an excellent bedside manner and always doing his best for his patients. I am very happy with his care.
I saw Dr Schultz as a consultant earlier this week altho I have been his patient for a few years and a few surgeries too. This time it's to make sure a dog bite hasn't affected bone. Dr Schultz is a wonderful surgeon and has a great bed ...MoreI saw Dr. Schultz as a consultant earlier this week although I have been his patient for a few years and a few surgeries too. This time it's to make sure a dog bite hasn't affected bone. Dr Schultz is a wonderful surgeon and has great bed side manners. Being a retired Nurse, it's nice to see there are still dr. who will touch your shoulders or shake a hand or just listen and will never let you suffer in pain. I always recommend him. I trust him. Thanks Dr. Schultz
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Chief Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery, 2002-2003
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Oklahoma State Medical Association
- American Medical Association
- Norman Physician Hospital Organization
- Team Physician for OU Hockey
- University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1990-1994, BS
- University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, OKC, 1994-1998, MD
- Internship - John Peter Smith Hospital, Fort Worth, TX 1998-1999
- Residency - John Peter Smith Hospital, Fort Worth, TX 1999-2003
- Fellowship - New Mexico Center for Joint Replacement Surgery, Albuquerque, NM, 2003-2004
- Norman Regional Hospital - Active Staff
- Purcell Municipal Hospital - Active Staff
Total joint replacement; including both primary and revision total hip and knee replacement, unicompartmental knee replacements, hip fractures and minimally invasive solutions to hip and knee replacement. Completed special training in minimally invasive hip and knee surgery.