Dr. Mahesh Bagwe, a physician at The Orthopedic Center of St. Louis, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, fellowship-trained in foot and ankle reconstruction. He also serves as a team physician for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Dr. Bagwe’s primary area of interest is lower extremity disorders. His specialties include: Foot and Ankle Surgery; Arthroscopic Surgery; Cartilage Repairs; Ankle Joint Replacements; Foot & Ankle Injections; Reconstructive Surgery; General Orthopedic Surgery; Sports Medicine; and Knee Surgery. He has been widely recognized and sought after for his innovative procedures that help patients regain their mobility.
Dr. Bagwe is more than happy to see patients who are looking for a second opinion. His goal is to make sure that he gives the best possible advice to his patients and ensure their comfort in their treatment plans. He works with his team and the patient to make sure that the patient understands their treatment, the recovery, and all steps in between.
It can oftentimes be discouraging to a patient when they are told there is nothing else that can be done for their pain. Dr. Bagwe strives to deliver results and work hard to find the root of the issues in order to ease the patient’s pain.
Most Common Procedures Performed By Dr. Bagwe
Dr. Bagwe is able to operate at all major health systems in the St. Louis area as well as at many surgery centers in the area.
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In circumstances we can operate as soon as the following day after your appointment.
For non-emergent appointments the wait time is generally 1-2 weeks. For emergencies we can often do same day/next day appointments.
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Dr. Bagwe is an Orthopedic Surgeon in St. Louis, Missouri | As a world class lower extremity specialist Dr. Bagwe treats disorders of the knee, foot and ankle causing acute or chronic pain. With several locations in the St. Louis metro area, we offer provide solutions for Arthritis, Sprains and strains, Bursitis and tendonitis, Fractures, sports related injuries, work related injuries, stress fracture, Cubital tunnel syndrome, Knee ligament tear (ACL, PCL, MCL and LCL), Meniscal (cartilage) tear, Heel spurs, Plantar fasciitis, Shin splints, Hammer toe and other toe disorders, Achilles tendon problems, Bunions, and more.