KCU faculty member Dr. Bryan Beutel joins Sano Orthopedics

By Elizabeth Alex May 18, 2023
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Kansas City University (KCU) faculty member Bryan G. Beutel, MD, FAAOS, has joined the medical practice of Sano Orthopedics.

Beutel came to Kanas City from Cincinnati, Ohio. He joined the KCU faculty in September of 2022 as an assistant professor of Primary Care.

A hand surgery specialist, Beutel will focus his medical practice on musculoskeletal injuries and conditions of the hand and wrist, including acute and chronic hand and wrist pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, and Dupuytren’s contracture, among others.

Beutel will integrate his clinical practice with his faculty appointment at KCU, where he is the co-course director of the Surgical Skills Honors Track and co-course director of the Military Medicine Honors Track in addition to his teaching responsibilities.

“I am extremely excited to be joining Sano Orthopedics as a hand surgeon,” said Beutel. “Sano’s emphasis on patient education, high-quality outcomes, and innovation aligns with my approach to patient care.”

Beutel will practice alongside the patient-focused and innovative team at Sano Orthopedics offering a comprehensive range of specialized orthopedic services including needle arthroscopy, regenerative medicine, joint replacement, and in-office carpal tunnel surgery. The surgical team includes several KCU alumni who precept KCU students in orthopedic medicine clerkships.

“We are honored to welcome Dr. Beutel to Sano,” said Matt Daggett, DO, MBA, founder and CEO of Sano Orthopedics. “He possesses a depth of knowledge of anatomy that will serve our patients well. As a graduate of KCU, I am especially pleased to have a faculty member with Dr. Beutel’s surgical skills and experience join our team.”

Beutel has participated in numerous orthopedic research studies (these can be viewed by clicking here) that have appeared in peer-reviewed publications. His work aligns well with Sano’s impactful and award-winning international research on knee and shoulder injuries.

Beutel graduated from Cornell University with magna cum laude honors. He received his medical degree from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

Throughout his education and career, Beutel has been honore

d with many awards such as a “Top Doctor” in Hand Surgery by Cincinnati Magazine, a research award by the New York Society for Surgery of the Hand, and the Senior Resident Clinical Science Research Award from the NYU Department of Orthopedic Surgery.

About Kansas City University

Kansas City University, founded in 1916, is a fully accredited, private not-for-profit health sciences university with Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Biosciences and Dental Medicine. The university offers multiple graduate degrees: a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO); doctorate in clinical psychology

(PsyD); a master of arts in bioethics; a master of science in biomedical sciences; a master of business administration (MBA) in Health Care Leadership in partnership with Rockhurst University; a master of public health in partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center; and will seat the first

doctor of dental medicine students in July 2023. The medical school is the nation’s sixth largest, the ninth most impactful in primary care and the tenth most affordable of private medical colleges in the nation. It is also the leading producer of physicians for both Missouri and Kansas.

KCU has two campuses: in Kansas City and Joplin, Missouri, to address the growing population health needs of both urban and rural communities in the region.

About Sano Orthopedics

Sano Orthopedics, established in 2016, was founded to transform the delivery of musculoskeletal care in Kansas City. Our care team is committed to delivering timely, personalized, and authentic care to promote healing and wellness. We provide comprehensive care plans supported by cutting-edge research and clinical outcomes that incorporate both conservative and surgical options, tailored to meet individual patient needs

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