What We Offer
At MGH Shelton Orthopedics we provide high quality and complete general community level care services. In addition to general orthopedic medicine, our team of physicians also offer unique specialized services such as Hand Surgery, Sports Medicine and Adult Reconstruction/Total Joint Replacement. Our physicians also provide treatments for osteoarthritis, fractures and other common sports injuries.
The Clinic is part of Public Hospital District No.1, which consists of Mason General Hospital, MGH Ankle & Foot, MGH Eye Clinic, MGH Family Health, MGH Hoodsport Family Clinic, MGH Shelton Orthopedics, MGH Surgery Clinic, MGH Oakland Bay Pediatrics, MGH Olympic Physicians, MGH Mountain View Women's Health, and MGH Shelton Family Medicine.
All of our physicians are Board Eligible/Board Certified orthopedic surgeons.
Commonly performed procedures include:
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction (primary and revision)
- Meniscectomies (removal of damaged knee cartilage)
- Meniscus repairs
- Total hip and knee reconstruction
- Partial knee replacement
- Knee ligament reconstruction and revision
- Rotator cuff repair
- Shoulder reconstruction and instability treatment
- Arthroscopy of all major joints, including the knee and shoulder
- ConforMIS Knee Replacement
If you would like to make an appointment, please call (360) 427-0663.
Stephen Ou, D.O.
Stephen Ou, D.O.
Board Eligible, Orthopedic Surgery
Dr. Ou joined the medical staff at MGH Shelton Orthopedics in 2011. He practices general orthopedics, joint replacement, fracture care and has an interest in sports injuries. He is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.
Dr. Ou received his medical degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2004. He completed his internship and residency at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY; and has a Fellowship in Sports Medicine from the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Michael Henry
Michael Henry, M.D.
Board Eligible, Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopedic Surgeon Michael Henry, M.D., recently joined the medical staff at MGH Shelton Orthopedics and Mason General Hospital. He received his medical degree in 2002 from the University of British Columbia School of Medicine, Vancouver, B.C., where he went on to do his internship and residency in Orthopedics.
Dr. Henry has a Fellowship in Orthopedic Trauma from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland, and is board-eligible in orthopedic surgery. He joins Frederick Davis, M.D., and Stephen Ou, D.O., with a specialty in trauma and care, and is now accepting new patients.
Shelton Orthopedics Offers ConforMIS Personalized Knee Replacement
A revolutionary knee implant system is now available, locally! MGH Shelton Orthopedics now offers ConforMIS – a knee replacement system designed to conform precisely to your own, unique anatomy. And the entire process – from your pre-op diagnostic imaging to your post-op physical therapy – is done right here at Mason General Hospital.
Using a series of CT scans of your knee, a computer-generated virtual model is created to build your own, personalized knee implant designed to provide a precise fit and correct alignment. The virtual “blueprint” is electronically sent to ConforMIS, where the custom implant is manufactured in approximately six weeks, and then delivered to your local surgeon in time for your scheduled surgery.
Dr. Davis specializes in knee replacement at MGH Shelton Orthopedics, and highly endorses this new technology for his patients who are good candidates for the procedure. “We’re pleased to be able to offer the ConforMIS system to our patients who suffer with the pain of osteoarthritis or a knee injury,” said Dr. Davis. “The goal is always to find the right solution for each patient, and ConforMIS allows us to tailor a fit that will do that.”
MGH Shelton Orthopedics is seeing great patient outcomes with the ConforMIS knee replacement system since it began implementing it early this year. Ruth Benson, a 64 year-old Shelton resident who underwent a partial knee replacement in February, is now pain-free. “I wish I could have had the ConforMIS procedure on my other knee that was done the year before,” she said.
In May, Dr. Davis performed two more surgeries with the ConforMIS knee replacement system. Hilda Mayes, 68, of Matlock had her entire left knee replaced, is also free of pain, and anxious to have the same procedure on her right knee in the future. “Dr. Davis did a marvelous job!” she exclaimed. “I was back to normal activity in just a few weeks, and right now I’m walking about half a mile a day,” she said, adding, “– but I know I can go even further.”
Georgette Bellack, 51, of Elma, had a partial ‘outer’ knee replacement and is now almost pain-free. “Dr. Davis and his team are amazing,” she said, describing the great care she received at MGH. “They make you feel like they’ve known you forever!”