Mason Clinic - Orthopedics

Mason Clinic Orthopedics provides high quality and complete general community level care services.

  • Mon-Fri: 7:30 am to 5 pm
  • Closed Sunday and all major holidays


About Orthopedic Services

In addition to general orthopedic medicine, our team of physicians also offer specialized services such as Sports Medicine and Adult Joint Reconstruction/Total Joint Replacement. Our physicians also provide treatments for osteoarthritis, fractures and other common sports injuries.

Arriving on time for your scheduled appointment is important in addressing your healthcare needs. Please notify Mason Health as soon as you know you will need to change or cancel your appointment. You are required to cancel your appointment at least one business day prior to your scheduled appointment because of high patient demands. Your ability to schedule future appointments will change because of missed appointments or cancellations.
If you have questions about our No-Show and Cancellation policy, please call the clinic or download a copy of the No-Show and Cancellation Policy as indicated below.

Commonly Performed Procedures

  • Ligament reconstruction of the knee including anterior ACL reconstruction
  • Cartilage preservation surgery
  • Meniscus repairs and meniscectomies (removal of damaged knee cartilage)
  • Total hip, knee and shoulder replacement
  • Partial knee replacement
  • Rotator cuff repair and instability treatment
  • Arthroscopy of the knee and shoulder
  • Adult and child fracture care
  • Soft tissue injury

Clinic Providers

Charles W Anderegg, PA-C
Orthopedic Surgery

He is an APC (Advanced Practice Clinician) in orthopedics, providing orthopedic services for Mason Health.

Ryan Halpin, M.D.

Dr. Halpin obtained his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago IL in 2004, and completed his internship and residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in 2011. He is board certified in Neurological Surgery and has advanced training in complex spinal deformity and minimally invasive spine surgery.

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