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Knoxville Orthopedic Clinic Hires New Surgeon




Knoxville Orthopaedic Clinic has added Dr. Benjamin Rogozinski to their group of highly trained surgeons.

Dr. Rogozinski grew up in Florida, where his father and uncle are orthopaedic surgeons. He attended college and medical school at the University of Florida and completed his internship and residency in Atlanta. He completed his fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at The Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center.

“The hand is an amazing structure. Its anatomy is complex and challenging. Its function is fluid and precise,” Dr. Rogozinski said. “Restoring function of the upper extremity is an extremely powerful and gratifying professional calling. I enjoy that we take care of patients that range from our very youngest to our very oldest with pathology that is comprised of congenital, traumatic, and degenerative diseases.”

Dr. Rogozinski joins Dr. Robert Ivy and Dr. Douglas Calhoun in the hand subspecialty group at KOC. He will be seeing patients at all three KOC locations in Knox County.

Dr. Rogozinski’s wife, Kaleigh, is a veterinarian. They have three young children and a black lab named Ace.

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