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Pomeroy and Rhoads Orthopaedics, PLLC 
Donald L. Pomeroy M.D.
Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
He completed his residency training at the University of Cincinnati. He attended fellowship training in hip and knee replacement at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston, Mass. He has extensive expertise in hip and knee replacement as well as complicated revision surgery. Dr. Pomeroy is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Louisville Department of Orthopedics. He is Co-Director of the Arthroplasty Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to clinical research for joint replacements. He received the "Top Doctor" award per The Louisville Magazine in 2005, 2007, 2012, 2013 and 2015 by his peers. He is married to his wife Susan, and enjoys hunting, gardening and fishing.
Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
He attended University of Louisville where he recieved a bachelors in Physical Therapy. Then he completed medical school at the University of Louisville. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Henry Ford Health Systems in Detroit, MI. Dr. Rhoads attended fellowship training in shoulder, hip and knee replacement at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, MI. He has recieved additional training in hip arthroscopy and hip preservation surgery for femoral acetabular impingement and anterior hip replacement surgery. He is a member of American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He received the "Top Doctor" award by The Louisville Magazine in 2015.  His outside interests include spending time with his wife Shiela and his three children and woodworking.
David P. Rhoads M.D.
Brad S. Dunkin M.D.
Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
Dr. Dunkin attended the University of Dayton where he graduated with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. He then attended the University of Louisville School of Medicine. After medical school, he completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Dunkin completed a one year fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Kentucky. He provided collegiate level football team coverage for the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University. He has also provided team coverage for a wide spectrum of collegiate sports. He is currently team physician for Waggener High School. Dr. Dunkin specializes in sports medicine injuries and treatment of complex knee and shoulder problems in the athlete and non-athlete. This includes advanced techniques in arthroscopic surgery, ligament and cartilage reconstructive surgery, joint replacement, as well as nonsurgical treatment and rehabilitation. He received the "Top Doctor" award by The Louisville Magazine in 2015.  Dr. Dunkin is married and enjoys spending time with his children.