West Central Orthopedics | Greene County

West Central Orthopedics

Dr. Jeffrey Wahl, DO, specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal systems, sports injuries, degenerative joint diseases, congenital disorders and fractures with both surgical and non-surgical means.

Podiatrist Dr. Timothy Holcomb is trained in all areas of foot and ankle care.

Schedule & Appointments

Dr. Wahl is at Greene County Medical Center every Monday for surgical procedures; he is here every Thursday and the occasional Tuesday for clinic hours.  Appointments can be made by calling 515-386-2488.  No referral is needed.

Dr. Timothy Holcomb is at Greene County Medical Center every Thursday for surgical procedures; he is here every Tuesday and Wednesday for clinic hours.  Appointments can be made by calling 515-386-2488.

Common Reasons to See an Orthopedic Surgeon

  • Arthritis
  • Sports Injuries
    • Muscle contusions/cramps
    • Ligament repair
    • Meniscus repair
    • Rotator cuff repair
    • Bicep tendon repair
    • Gluteous medius repair
    • Sprains, strains and other soft tissue injuries
    • Fractures
  • Fractures & Sprains
    • Strains and sprains
    • Contusions
    • Tendonitis
    • Bursitis
    • Stress injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel/Cubital Tunnel
  • Joint Replacement (Hip & Knee)
  • Orthopedic Surgery
    • Knee arthroscopy
      • Ligament repair
      • Meniscus repair
    • Shoulder arthroscopy
      • Rotator cuff repair
      • Decompression
    • Total hip replacement
    • Total knee replacement
    • Orthotrauma (broken bones)
    • Fracture surgery
    • Carpal tunnel release
    • Trigger finger release

Common Reasons to See a Podiatrist

  • Plantar fasciitis:  A common heel pain that affects the ligaments that connect your heel bone to your toes.
  • Onychomoycosis: Otherwise known as toenail fungus.
  • Plantar warts: Small, hard, grainy warts common on the heels or balls of your feet and can grow outward or inward.
  • Neuropathic foot wounds: Damaged nerve fibers that result in the loss of ability to feel pain, most often found in diabetic patients.
  • Sports injuries to the foot or ankle: This can range from a simple sprain to a more complex fracture.
    • Podiatric Surgery   
      • Ingrown toenails
      • Foot and ankle reconstruction
        • Bunions
        • Hammer toes
        • Soft tissue masses
        • Flat foot/high arch
      • Fracture or tendon trauma repair