Sports Medicine
Treatment of Sports Injuries
ACL Reconstruction
Repair of Torn Ligament
Hip Arthroscopy
Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery
Proximal Hamstring Repair
Repair of Tendon Avulsion

General Appointment

To schedule an appointment, please call the Minnesota Orthopedic Sports Medicine Institute/Twin Cities Orthopedics central scheduling phone number (952) 456-7058 or click here to request an appointment online.

Please take time to review our Financial Policy, which you can sign and bring to your appointment.

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Twin Cities Orthopedics – Edina

4010 West 65th Street
Edina, MN 55435

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Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

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If you have had any tests or procedures performed in regards to the condition Dr. Larson will be seeing you for, please arrange to bring the reports to your appointment. To request these records from elsewhere, you may be asked to complete a Records Request Form.

  • X-rays
  • Images on CD/disc
  • Bone Scans and report
  • CT Scans and report
  • MRI Films and report
  • Laboratory Blood Work
  • Operative notes pertaining to the hip/knee
  • List of Medications
  • Referral From Your Primary Care Physician, If Applicable
  • Insurance Card/Information
  • Photo ID

X-rays, Bone Scans, CT Scans, and MRI’s

If you are bringing X-ray films to your appointment, please make certain to bring all of the films you have. They all have value to your physician; older films are used for comparison. If you do not have up-to-date films, X-ray will be taken in our office.

Operative Records

The “operative report” from your last surgery on your hip or knee. This is a report dictated by the surgeon which tells what was done during the operation and importantly what implants or “parts” were put in or taken out during the surgery.

For revision surgery, your doctor needs this information to order replacement parts which will match up with the implant that you currently have in place. For conversion surgery (converting previous surgery, such as fixation of a hip fracture, to a total joint replacement), this information allows us to have the necessary tools available to remove the hardware in place.

Due to health care privacy laws, your written permission is necessary in order for you to obtain this information for us. The best places to obtain this information are either from:

  • The hospital (Medical Records Department) where the surgery was performed (they should have both the operative report and the part stickers),
  • or

  • The office of the surgeon who performed the surgery (they will usually just have the operative report).