Kristyn Darmafall, MD
Fellowship Trained in Sports Medicine
Dr. Darmafall, who most recently served as an assistant professor of clinical orthopaedic surgery at Ohio State University, is fellowship-trained in sports medicine. She has extensive experience in sports-related injuries of the shoulder, knee, hip, and offers arthroscopic and minimally invasive management of the shoulder, knee, and hip injuries.
All aspects of Sports Medicine related Orthopedic Surgery, including advanced shoulder/knee repair/reconstructions including open shoulder stabilization, meniscal/cartilage transplants and osteotomies around the knee, and solid training in hip arthroscopy.
Secondary Practice Interests:
Routine Fracture/Trauma Management
University of Wisconsin (Sports Medicine Fellowship)
University of Minnesota (Ortho Residency
Wayne State Univ. School of Medicine (M.D.)
Dr. Darmafall is the team physician for Bettendorf High School
- Oversees the Complete Athletic Program, including weekly visits to the high school.
- She can be found on the sidelines at every home football game.
- Her focus is to return players safely to competition.
- Innovative Joint Preservation
- Cartilage Restoration
- Pediatric, Adolescent, and Adult Sports Injuries
- Acute, Chronic, and Overuse Injuries
- Treatment of Early Arthritis
- Orthobiologics including PRP
- Hip Arthroscopy