Blake Fenkell, DO

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Blake Fenkell, DOOur Physicians

Orthopaedics Blake Fenkell, DO


Blake Fenkell, DO, is a patient-focused orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist who uses the most up-to-date modern resources to provide outstanding care to his Troy, Michigan area patients. At his self-titled practice, Dr. Fenkell and his team treat musculoskeletal pain, including ankle, knee, elbow, wrist, hip, and shoulder pain. He specializes in sports injuries and diseases that affect the joints, including arthritis.

Dr. Fenkell, a native of Metro Detroit, earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He attended medical school at the Michigan State University. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency through Beaumont Health System and then finished up an Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship through University of Missouri Health Care, in Columbia, Missouri. During his fellowship training, he served as a doctor for the University of Missouri athletes.

Patients of Dr. Fenkell can always expect empathetic care. He first looks to conservative and noninvasive approaches for orthopedic and sports medicine patients. If those strategies aren’t possible, he uses cutting-edge minimally invasive surgical approaches like arthroscopy to help his patients get back to full function with as little downtime as possible.

He invites patients to call the office, or use the convenient online booking tool to schedule appointments anytime.

Residency: Beaumont Health System
Fellowship: University of Missouri Health Care
Board Certification: Michigan State University

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