James P. Halloran, M.D.
Dr. Halloran’s primary clinical interest focuses on diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving the knee, ankle and foot. He has completed fellowship training in both sports medicine and foot/ankle surgery. This is a unique combination of skills that gives Dr. Halloran additional insight into the cause of many lower extremity injuries. He has in-depth knowledge regarding bone and ligamentous injuries of the knee, ankle and foot, with extensive experience in arthroscopic and minimally invasive management of these complex conditions.
Furthermore, Dr. Halloran has received comprehensive training from world-renowned experts in total ankle arthroplasty and cartilage restoration at Duke University. These are very complex procedures that can return function to an active person. Using a combination of three total-ankle replacement systems and a multitude of cartilage-restoration techniques, he is able to tailor the ankle treatment to best fit each patient’s needs.
Dr. Halloran’s commitment to an active lifestyle and athletics is evident in both his personal belief that activity leads to better health and his involvement with sports teams. Throughout his training, Dr. Halloran has been Assistant Team Physician for the Detroit Pistons (NBA), Detroit Red Wings (NHL), Detroit Tigers (MLB) and Duke University men’s soccer team.
Dr. Halloran strives to treat each patient with compassion and humility. It is his firm belief that the doctor-patient relationship needs to function like a “team” to provide cutting-edge care and exceptional patient outcomes.
“Great results can be achieved only if a patient has a thorough understanding of their condition and the treatment options available to them. In many cases, there are multiple right answers and the goal of effective care is for the patient to arrive at the option that will provide the best and quickest return to activity.”
- Athletic injuries of the knee
- Knee arthroscopy
- Ligamentous injuries of the knee
- Meniscal injuries of the knee
- Treatment of cartilage defects in the knee
- Arthritic conditions of the foot and ankle — fusion and total ankle arthroplasty
- Athletic injuries of the foot and ankle
- Minimally invasive Achilles tendon repair
- Bunions (Lapiplasty 3D Bunion Correction or traditional bunionectomy)
- Hammertoe deformities
- Flatfoot deformities
- Repair or reconstruction of tendon disorders
- Fractures and dislocations
- Ankle arthroscopy
- Tendon transfers
- Complex reconstructions of midfoot and hindfoot
- Rheumatoid foot reconstructions
- Bachelor of Liberal Arts, University of Missouri-Kansas City
- Doctor of Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City
- General Surgery, Rush University Medical Center
- Orthopaedic Surgery, McGill University Health Centre
- Sports Medicine Fellowship, Detroit Medical Center
- Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship, Duke University Medical Center
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Arthroscopy Association of North America
- American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
- The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada