Mark McFerran, MD
Dr. Mark McFerran is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who is skilled in a variety of surgeries, including anterior hip replacement, traditional posterior total hip replacement, knee replacement and other knee procedures. He completed his fellowship (advanced) training in orthopaedic trauma surgery in Munich, Germany which gave him an additional, sixth year of patient care to focus on his speciality. Dr. McFerran holds board certification from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
His calm approach to solving patient’s orthopaedic issues has earned him the recognition of being a friend of all of his patients.
- Knee Replacement Surgery
- Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery
- Knee Disorders
- Orthopaedic Trauma
- Fellowship in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery
1992 — Surgical Clinic of the Technical University, Munich, Germany
- Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery
1988-1992 — Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
- Internship in General Surgery
1987-1988 — Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
- Medical Degree
1987 — University of Colorado Medical School, Denver
- B. S. Degree
1983 — Colorado State University, Fort Collins
- Member, Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies
“Dr. McFerran is an amazing surgeon with a fantastic bedside manner. He replaced both of my arthritic hips within 3 months. He asks questions to familiarize himself with the potential cause of pain and gives helpful responses. I highly recommend Dr. McFerran as an orthopedic surgeon without any hesitation!”
"It's now 1 year after my second hip had been replaced by Dr. McFerran. I don't think either leg has ever been better. Two other guys I know that had a single replacement at the same time as mine have had problems and continued pain. I found Dr. McFerran to be simply straight forward and focused on doing what's best. I recommend him to anyone needing someone with his level of skills" - Steve B.
“I’ve had a hip replacement done by Dr. McFerran and It could not have gone better. Hardly any pain after surgery, and I was able to get around with no problems within an hour after surgery. I went home the next morning. I would recommend this surgeon in a heartbeat.” Robert B.
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Dr. Mark McFerran is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who is skilled in a variety of surgeries, including anterior hip replacement.
Dr. McFerran takes care of patients in our Loveland, CO, office.
In Dr. McFerran’s practice, the surgeon helps patients who need a wide variety of orthopaedic surgeries. Dr. McFerran’s primary procedures include such operations as:
- Anterior hip replacement, as well as traditional posterior total hips
- Knee replacement
- ACL reconstruction, knee arthroscopy, and other knee procedures
With anterior hip replacement surgery, the surgeon operates on the hip from the front instead of the side or rear of the joint.
Dr. McFerran also performs the traditional posterior approach to hip replacement for those patients who prefer it or whose needs are better suited to it.
His calm approach to solving patient’s orthopaedic issues has earned him the recognition of being the patient’s friend.
A Colorado native, Dr. McFerran completed his fellowship (advanced) training in orthopaedic trauma surgery in Munich, Germany. A fellowship gives an orthopaedic surgeon an additional, sixth year of patient care that focuses on a specialty.
He completed his orthopaedic residency training at Vanderbilt University and earned his M.D. degree from the University of Colorado.
Dr. McFerran takes care of patients from OCR’s service area of northern Colorado, Wyoming, and western Nebraska. He performs surgery primarily at hospitals and surgery centers in Loveland.
Dr. McFerran holds board certification from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. McFerran, an avid outdoorsman and hockey enthusiast, lives with his family in Loveland. He can often be found at a hockey rink or game when he’s not practicing orthopaedics!
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